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Pamlico County Schools

Students Receive May Rotary Student of the Month Award

Each month, this recognition is bestowed upon students who exhibit scholastic achievement, leadership, honesty, community service, teamwork, and empathy, among other notable characteristics.
 
Brylei is an exceptional example of what PCMS has to offer. She is a dedicated student who always strives to do her best in the classroom. Brylei is a kind and bubbly student with a friendly personality, but her compassionate disposition makes her stand apart from the crowd. She is the kind of student who brings others together and can build friendships and relationships in people who think they are too different to ever be friends. Brylei is able to see and bring out the best traits of her classmates and is a great encourager among her peers. Her confidence and sassy spirit bring joy to the lives of all she meets. Brylei is a powerful young woman who strives to help others find the qualities that make them special, is never afraid to do the right thing and has a tremendous positive impact on the lives of her family, friends and teachers.
 
Principal Chris Meadows had the following to say about Kamryn. “Upon meeting Kamryn, I was blown away by her smile, one that can brighten any room and her positive personality that is infectious. Once I began talking with her, I was even more impressed with her obvious intellect and her ability to carry on a meaningful conversation on a variety of topics. Before I knew anything about her GPA or class rank, I knew that she would go far in life. Kamryn's 4.82 GPA is number one in her class as it was last year when she was the Chief Marshal for the PCHS graduation ceremony. While her GPA is staggering, what is even more extraordinary is the fact that she has earned it all while excelling in Cross Country, volunteering with Girls on The Run in Pamlico County as Junior Coach, volunteering at CarolinaEast Regional Medical Center, and working as a Camp Counselor in Training at Camp Needles in the Pines, at Blount's Creek, NC. When you include the school clubs she is heavily involved in such as Health Occupations Students of America, Beta Club, Art Club, National Technical Honor Society, and Student Government Association, just to name a few, it is very apparent that this young lady is an unprecedented student. I am extremely blessed to have the opportunity to call her my student and I look forward to seeing all of the success she will accomplish in life!”
 
To further commemorate this honor, the Rotary Club has placed a plaque in both schools which displays the name of each recipient of this prestigious award.
 
Picture: (left to right) Tony Santore, Rotary Representative, Brylei Simpson, Cathy Santore, Rotary Representative.