Eighth Grade Awards

Each year the staff of Fisher identifies graduating 8th grade students who deserve recognition for their acts of kindness, school spirit, service, and other remarkable behaviors. These students are recognized during the 8th Grade Awards Ceremony and are recorded for posterity on perpetual trophies on display in the Fisher Front Office and in the Fisher Gym. Don't wait until the end of 8th grade, consider how your behavior today could contribute to your resume for these awards.
 

Jeff Peckler Award for Kindness and Compassion

This award is given to a graduating eighth grade boy and girl who embody the spirit of kindness and compassion that were so much a part of Jeff Peckler’s character.
 

Andrea Rugani School Spirit Award

This award is given to a student(s) who exhibits exceptional school spirit throughout their years at Fisher. The award is given in honor of Andrea Rugani for her dedicated years of service as Student Activities Director.
 

Alexis Briski “Cornerstone” Award

This award is given to an eighth grade boy and girl who are true “asset-builders” among their peers and within the school community. 
 

Alex Solis Scholar-Athlete Award

This award is given to an eighth grade boy and girl who demonstrate excellence both in the classroom and on the playing field. 
 

The Wesley K. Walton Award

This award is given each year to a graduating eighth grader who has demonstrated extraordinary service to Fisher Middle School and the community. This award requires students to complete an application to be eligible.
 

Outstanding Academic Scholar Award

This award is given to the student whom the staff feels best represents the top academic student from those who qualify as Principal Scholars.