SMS students put skills on display


Swanton Middle School held this year’s Amazing Shake competition Oct. 8. The Amazing Shake is a competition that focuses on building essential skills in students, placing strong emphasis on manners, discipline, respect, and professional behavior. Students work their way through stations that put these abilities to the test. Pictured above are the top 21 finishers: Mylee Rochelle, Carli LaGrange, Madelyn Snyder, Hudson Pancoast, Brody Bergman, Chloe Boda, Serennah Coburn, Carsen Lemons, Grady Tipton, Laci Walborn, Elizabeth Saunders, EvaRose Kozakiewicz, Autumn Collins, Carson Pawlowicz, Autumn Pelland, Hailey Frosch, Anna Rukieh, Ava Lewis, Gabrielle Alexander, Ethan Varner, and Caleb Hutchinson.

Swanton Middle School held this year’s Amazing Shake competition Oct. 8. The Amazing Shake is a competition that focuses on building essential skills in students, placing strong emphasis on manners, discipline, respect, and professional behavior. Students work their way through stations that put these abilities to the test. Pictured above are the top 21 finishers: Mylee Rochelle, Carli LaGrange, Madelyn Snyder, Hudson Pancoast, Brody Bergman, Chloe Boda, Serennah Coburn, Carsen Lemons, Grady Tipton, Laci Walborn, Elizabeth Saunders, EvaRose Kozakiewicz, Autumn Collins, Carson Pawlowicz, Autumn Pelland, Hailey Frosch, Anna Rukieh, Ava Lewis, Gabrielle Alexander, Ethan Varner, and Caleb Hutchinson.


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Swanton Middle School student Gabe Stevens at a station with Brandon Johnson of Team Johnson.


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Swanton Middle School held this year’s Amazing Shake competition Oct. 8. The Amazing Shake is a competition that focuses on building essential skills in students, placing strong emphasis on manners, discipline, respect, and professional behavior. Students work their way through stations that put these abilities to the test. Pictured above are the top 21 finishers: Mylee Rochelle, Carli LaGrange, Madelyn Snyder, Hudson Pancoast, Brody Bergman, Chloe Boda, Serennah Coburn, Carsen Lemons, Grady Tipton, Laci Walborn, Elizabeth Saunders, EvaRose Kozakiewicz, Autumn Collins, Carson Pawlowicz, Autumn Pelland, Hailey Frosch, Anna Rukieh, Ava Lewis, Gabrielle Alexander, Ethan Varner, and Caleb Hutchinson.

Swanton Middle School student Gabe Stevens at a station with Brandon Johnson of Team Johnson.

Swanton Middle School held this year’s Amazing Shake competition Oct. 8. The Amazing Shake is a competition that focuses on building essential skills in students, placing strong emphasis on manners, discipline, respect, and professional behavior. Students work their way through stations that put these abilities to the test. Pictured above are the top 21 finishers: Mylee Rochelle, Carli LaGrange, Madelyn Snyder, Hudson Pancoast, Brody Bergman, Chloe Boda, Serennah Coburn, Carsen Lemons, Grady Tipton, Laci Walborn, Elizabeth Saunders, EvaRose Kozakiewicz, Autumn Collins, Carson Pawlowicz, Autumn Pelland, Hailey Frosch, Anna Rukieh, Ava Lewis, Gabrielle Alexander, Ethan Varner, and Caleb Hutchinson.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2021/10/web1_amazing-shake-top-21.jpgSwanton Middle School held this year’s Amazing Shake competition Oct. 8. The Amazing Shake is a competition that focuses on building essential skills in students, placing strong emphasis on manners, discipline, respect, and professional behavior. Students work their way through stations that put these abilities to the test. Pictured above are the top 21 finishers: Mylee Rochelle, Carli LaGrange, Madelyn Snyder, Hudson Pancoast, Brody Bergman, Chloe Boda, Serennah Coburn, Carsen Lemons, Grady Tipton, Laci Walborn, Elizabeth Saunders, EvaRose Kozakiewicz, Autumn Collins, Carson Pawlowicz, Autumn Pelland, Hailey Frosch, Anna Rukieh, Ava Lewis, Gabrielle Alexander, Ethan Varner, and Caleb Hutchinson. Photo provided

Swanton Middle School student Gabe Stevens at a station with Brandon Johnson of Team Johnson.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2021/10/web1_IMG_6564.jpgSwanton Middle School student Gabe Stevens at a station with Brandon Johnson of Team Johnson. Photo provided