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HMS names 5 December Students of the Month

Hannibal Middle School staff and faculty members selected five students for December Student of the Month honors. Pictured from left: Sixth grade students Konnor Asbury and Hannah Knickerbocker, seventh grade students Annabelle Peck and Macie Sanders and eighth grade student Malik Fasig.
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Posted: Jan. 29, 2019 3:13 pm

Staff and faculty members at Hannibal Middle School selected five students for December Student of the Month honors.


Sixth grade:


Konnor Asbury is the son of Karl and Kathy Asbury. He is a member of Disney Club (first semester), Sports Talk Club (second semester), 6th grade choir and Immanuel Baptist Church. Konnor plays with the Hannibal Hawks Soccer and Hannibal Hounds baseball teams. He received the Mark Twain Elementary Leader of the Month award in second, fourth and fifth grades. Konnor enjoys playing sports (soccer, baseball, basketball, football and golf) and watching St. Louis Cardinals baseball.


Hannah Knickerbocker is the daughter of Kevin and Amy Knickerbocker. She is a member of Choir and the Baking Club. Hannah has received the Student of the Month and the 6th Grade Presidential Award. She enjoys singing, tap dancing and cooking.


Seventh grade:


Annabelle Peck is the daughter of Thomas and Yesica Peck. She is a member of FUSE at the Crossing-Hannibal and HMS Band. Annabelle received MVP at Veterans Elementary School, Math Award in sixth grade and PE Student of the Month. She enjoys reading, listening to music, art and writing.


Macie Sanders is the daughter of Clint and Jenni Sanders. She is a member of the Hannibal First Church of the Nazarene youth group, Memory Makers Scrapbook Club and Cooking Club. Macie has been named to the Honor Roll. She enjoys dance and swimming.


Eighth grade:


Malik James Fasig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lynan. He is a member of Band, the YMCA and the Crossroads youth group. He enjoys videos, dirt bikes and animals.

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