Woodward Middle School Associate Principal Travis Tebo stands with Student of the Month winners Milo McIntosh, Evelyn Cantwell, Katherine Walker, and Joseph Tappen, and WMS Principal Jeff Hale. (Photo courtesy of Woodward Middle School)

Woodward Middle School Associate Principal Travis Tebo stands with Student of the Month winners Milo McIntosh, Evelyn Cantwell, Katherine Walker, and Joseph Tappen, and WMS Principal Jeff Hale. (Photo courtesy of Woodward Middle School)

Woodward honors its super students

  • Friday, March 20, 2020 10:05am
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Woodward Middle School has announced its Students of the Month for February.

The super students are Milo McIntosh, Evelyn Cantwell, Katherine Walker, and Joseph Tappen.

Woodward Middle School would like to thank The Kiwanis Club of Bainbridge Island for sponsoring the Student of the Month Program.

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