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TFS names All In Students of the Month for October

 
 

 

 

Tallulah Falls School faculty and staff members have named the “All In” Students of the Month for October for exhibiting a gift for creativity, the monthly theme.

According to Upper School Academic Dean Kim Popham, All In is the new community-building initiative launched this academic year at the upper school.

Honored students for October are freshman Barrett Whitener of Clayton, sophomore Maggie Jackson of Clarkesville, junior Reid Kafsky of Clarkesville and senior Maria Chiuz Escobar of Honduras.

“We had a wonderful month in October focused on creativity,” Popham said. “Thank you for all of your cake donations for our Fall Festival and for your support and participation in the Twin Rivers Challenge.”

November is our All In month for Gratitude. This month students are focused on Operation Christmas Child, Hurricane Relief, launching our All In Thirst Project and Can-o-thon.”

The themes will continue through the end of the academic year, with a student from each grade being recognized by faculty and staff as the best representatives based on the monthly focus.


Remaining monthly themes are as follows:

November-Gratitude
December-Diligence
January-Community
February-Kindness
March-Aspirations
April-Stewardship
May-Pride


Shown, from left, are All In students for October, senior Maria Chiuz Escobar of Honduras, junior Reid Kafsky of Clarkesville, sophomore Maggie Jackson of Clarkesville and freshman Barrett Whitener of Clayton.