Hannibal Middle School honors April Students of the Month

Hannibal Middle School faculty and staff members selected six students for April Student of the Month honors. Top row, from left: Sixth grade students Colin Brown and Sarah Knickerbocker. Second row, from left: Seventh grade students Avery Ames and Anthony Kozieja; Third row, from left: Eighth grade students Gracie Martin and Colten Bramblett.
For the Courier-Post
Posted: May. 16, 2019 2:15 pm


Staff and faculty members at Hannibal Middle School named six students for April Student of the Month honors.

Sixth grade:

Colin Jeffrey Brown is the son of Jeff and Brea Brown. He is a a member of Band, Jazz Band and Drama. Colin competes in baseball, basketball and football. He has been named to the A Honor Roll and is a LEAP student. Colin enjoys church, sports and spending time with family.

Sarah Anne Knickerbocker is the daughter of Kevin and Amy Knickerbocker. She is a member of Arch United Methodist Church and the YMCA. Sarah enjoys running, playing outside and drawing.

Seventh grade:

Avery Michael Ames is the son of Mike and Heather Ames. His nickname is Ave. Avery competes in the 13U Mudcat Baseball competitive team and wrestles. He received the Pirate Pride Award in December 2018 and was named to the A Honor Roll. Avery enjoys fishing, hunting and spending time with friends.

Anthony Kozieja is the son of Laura and Joe Peterson. He is a member of the Magic The Gathering Card Game Club at HMS. Anthony received the Fifth Grade Presidential Award in 2017. He enjoys reading, math, drawing, playing video games and collecting Star Wars, Marvel and DC items.

Eighth grade:

Colten Skylar Bramblett is the son of Ericia Williams.

Gracie Catherine Martin is the daughter of Phillip and Stacy Martin. She is a member of the Quincy United Soccer Club. Gracie competes in basketball, soccer, softball and track. She has been named to the A Honor Roll all through school. Gracie enjoys basketball, soccer, swimming, listening to music and hanging out with friends.

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