Pictured from left, Destiny Clifford, Mayor Chris Jones, Aidan Duncan

During the May 9, 2022 Chiefland City Commission meeting held at City Hall, Mayor Chris Jones presented the Chiefland Elementary and Chiefland Middle/High April Students of the Month. Each student was awarded a certificate and a $20 Walmart gift card compliments of the Chiefland Rotary Club.

Destiny Clifford (pictured on the left), fifth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford. According to her nomination form submitted by Christy Jones and April Rogers, “Destiny is model student. She is kind, hardworking, and helpful to both her peers and her teachers. She always completes her work and goes above and beyond every day at school. Destiny’s passion is horses, and I can see her accomplishing great things in the equestrian world in the future.”

Aidan Duncan, eighth grade, son of Ms. Jennifer Harrington. Aidan was nominated by this eighth grade teachers, who wrote, “We at Chiefland Middle High School would like to take the time to recognize Michael “Aidan” Duncan. Mr. Duncan is being recognized for his excellent behavior on campus as well as his superb grades. He is a model student, citizen, and Indian. Congratulations on this distinguished achievement.”

Riley Libby, ninth grade, daughter of Ms. Jessica Libby. “I would like to nominate Riley Libby for student of the month. She is kind, polite, eager to learn and a delight to have in class. Riley is friendly to teachers and to her peers. She is willing to help in class fundraisers, participates in class discussions and is involved in several sports and clubs. I think Riley is a great representation of Chiefland High and as a freshman will be a great asset to our school as she continues in her high school journey,” say her ninth grade teachers.

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