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Benton Middle embarks on Tiger Tech initiative

Pictured from left to right:  Mr. Robert and Stacey Bump, owners of Best AC & Heat; Emily Roden, daughter of John and Michele Roden, owners of Chick-fil-A; Pastor John Fream of Cypress Baptist Church; Kelli Smith, State Farm Agent; and John Gibbs, owner of John Gibbs Roof Systems, Inc.

The mission of Benton Middle School is to cultivate excellence and empower students for life-long success through a student-centered learning environment.

Benton Middle is thankful for all the students, parents, and community members who support the mission and vision through their dedication to academics, athletics, and the arts. Yearlong fundraising efforts for 2014-2015 are focused on the interactive learning experience with 21st century technology.

The Tiger Tech Initiative – Integrating, Synchronizing, and Networking program is focused on providing mobile, Chromebook technology for each of the five classroom wings. Over $22,000 has been raised so far and Benton Middle School would like to extend a special thank you to Cypress Baptist Church, John Gibbs Roof Systems, Kelli Smith – State Farm Agent, Best AC & Heat, Chick-fil-A, Donald L. Wilson – Attorney at Law and Lumens Integration, Inc.

Please visit our website for more information on how you can support the students at Benton Middle School: http://bentonm.bossierschools.org/

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