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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Never Say Fail

Never Say Fail

In life's rosy morning,

Within youth's pride,

Let this be your motto;

Your footsteps to guide.


In storms and in sunshine,

Whatever assail

Move onward and conquer,

And never say fail.


Author unknown

Ms. Lavonne Morris, long time teacher at Zora Ellis Junior High, is a perfect example of what a teacher should be. Exemplifying the message of this poem, she and her assistant, Ms. Truss show students how to soar beyond and then some, with the support and encouragement of their parents.

Recently in a special program, 3 very deserving students received their graduation certificates as family, friends, and district representatives joined in the celebration cermony. Refreshments and assistance were provided by Mrs. Truss, Mrs. Curry, Mrs. Ludwig, Ms. Woodard, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Williams, and the lunchroom and custodial staff.


Principal, Scott Bailey and Assistant Principal, Shari Dye were on hand to present the certificates.

Mr. Messer, Superintendent of Talladega City Schools, congratulates the students and their families for the wonderful accomplishment.


The event featured the poem "Bonds of Friendship" read by a Zora Ellis student, and several songs, such as "I Believe I Can Fly" and "Lean on Me" which were performed by the Zora Ellis Unified Choir. Beth Cooley, was present to share the song "Legacy" with the audience. Leslie Williams, a student at Graham Elementary, provided the processional music.



It was a great day in the lives of these 3 very special students and their families. Congratulations, Britney, Jasmine, and Landon!

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