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Sophomore Vivian Leung receives her honor roll certificate outside of MSD’s Guidance Office on Nov. 11. The school requested that all students who made honor roll during the first quarter of the school year stop by to receive a cookie as a reward.

MSD recognizes students that achieved straight A honor roll

Students who made straight A’s at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School received acknowledgement for their hard work. Students who made the Honor Roll got a cookie and a certificate during both A and B lunches on November 15 for their quarter one grades.

551 recipients of the Honor Roll got a ticket during their fifth period class telling them to go in front of guidance during lunch to pick up their treat for getting good grades. There were tables set up in front of guidance divided into three lines depending on what your last name was.

“I think it’s very important for students to be recognized for their grades because it motivates and encourages students to earn good grades and achieve more,” sophomore Katie Frost said.

Every year students who made the Honor Roll received a certificate and a cookie. The certificate was signed by the Principal Michelle Kefford. In total, 551 students made the Honor Roll and their names were listed on the school website congratulating them.

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Culinary helped make the cookies and students had the option between chocolate chip and red velvet.

“I thought they tasted good, like a cookie you would buy from a bakery,” sophomore Mylie Mayberry said. “You can tell the cookies were made by people with experience and I liked how the students got a little special treat along with their Honor Roll.”

In the upcoming quarters, students will continue to be rewarded for their grades similar to how they were this first quarter.

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Rio Rice
Rio Rice, Reporter
Rio Rice is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She enjoys watching movies, going snorkeling and hanging out with her friends and family.
Andie Korenge
Andie Korenge, Feature Editor
Andie Korenge is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the Feature Editor for Eagle Eye News. She enjoys reading, writing and spending time with her family and friends in her free time.
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