Carver Middle School hosted its annual awards day program Monday.
It recognized parents and adopt-a-school sponsors, along with students who have distinguished themselves this year.
Academic achievement was highlighted, along with perfect attendance, citizenship and leadership.
"These students have worked so hard and they have no discipline problems. They achieve. They work hard," said Tina Melton, 8th grade reading teacher. "And a lot of these students are academic and athletes, but also keep their grades up, no behavior problems. They really work hard so they need to be honored for their hard work."
Eighth grade student Keisha Robinson had the highest overall grade point average at Carver.
Exceptional education teacher, Bettye Jones, was named Carver's Teacher of the Year.