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CMS Lyles awarded for being fearless, kind
Student is one of only 10 in country to earn award
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Anthony Lyles (left), an 8th Grader at Camden Middle School (CMS) is one of only 10 students nationwide to be awarded a 2017 Be Fearless/Be Kind Award from the Hasbro Childrens Fund. With him is Ashley Middleton, the CMS special needs teacher who nominated him for the award. Anthony is being rewarded for his work with CMS Special Olympics Champion Unified School program. As part of his award, CMS will receive $1,000, which will go primarily toward transportation costs for field trips and sporting events. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
A Camden Middle School (CMS) 8th Grade student is receiving a special national award for being “fearless and kind” in finding ways to unify the school. Anthony Lyles, a member of the CMS basketball and football teams, is one of only 10 students in the entire country to receive the Hasbro Children’s Fund (HCF) 2017 Be Fearless Be Kind Award. The HCF sponsors the award and will give $1,000 to CMS in Anthony’s name to support the school’s Special Olympics Unified Champion School program.