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Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Causey student awarded 3rd place in Mobile Bar Association's Law Day

Posted by Comm. Dept. in Schools  |  Comments (7)

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Congratulations to Causey Middle School student, Thomas Eugene, "Trent" Webb III, the fourteen-year-old  student was awarded third place by the Mobile Bar Association for his essay “Realizing the Dream: Equality for All” during the Annual Law Day luncheon held at The Battle House Hotel held May 24, 2013.

He was accompanied by his mother Mrs. Caroline Webb and his Social Studies teacher from Causey Middle School Mr. Rod E. Stockdale.  Trent is a model student who is involved in many clubs, volunteer programs, and community projects. He volunteers his time regularly at Mobile Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He has helped with various other community projects such as the Annual Christmas Adopt a Child program at Shear Impressions Salon in Mobile, and he has also volunteered his time in the Prayers for Shannon Graham Hodgkin s Lymphoma Cancer Drive.


Trent is an avid soccer player who has played for Clark Shaw Magnet School, Mobile Ultimate Soccer Club, Mobile United Soccer Club, and Jack Kickken Soccer. Trent has won many awards and achievements. He was nominated as the class representative for Student Council by his peers. Additionally, Trent has been named Character Kid many times, and has received countless special recognition notices by his teachers for his outstanding academics and civic mindedness. Trent was named Mr. Tanner Williams, and he is a member of the National Junior Honor Society.

Trent said he is looking forward to his high school experience at Baker with enthusiasm and great expectation.  Trent long-term goal is to attend undergraduate school at Auburn University and Law School at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.


Comments on "Causey student awarded 3rd place in Mobile Bar Association's Law Day"

6/13/2013 9:27:18 AM CST

1. Melissa Manning said...

It was a pleasure to teach Trent in the third grade at Tanner Williams. He was a very bright and witty student. Thank you Trent for always trying to strive for the best in all that you do! We are all behind you.

Your 3rd Grade teacher,

Mrs. Manning 

6/12/2013 12:33:39 PM CST

2. Linda Raymond said...

Congratulations to you, Trent! You have always been a positive role model to other students. Keep on the path to a bright future for yourself. I am very  proud of you! Good luck on all your future endeavors.

Linda Raymond

 

6/11/2013 7:25:11 AM CST

3. Carla Bolden said...

AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME!  Congratulations Trent on such an honor.  I see great things continuing for you and your future.  It is wonderful to have organizations that recognize our children's potential and who are willing to contribute to their futures.

6/11/2013 7:23:03 AM CST

4. Carla Bolden said...

AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME!  Congratulations Trent on such an honor.  I see great things continuing for you and your future.  It is wonderful to have organizations that recognize our children's potential and who are willing to contribute to their futures.

6/6/2013 1:58:43 PM CST

5. S. Robinson said...

I think it is great that you are doing so many positive things in your community as well as being so motivated and having an actual plan at such an early age in your adolescent years.  It all begins somewhere and I think you are on the right path.  I wish you much success.  Keep modeling such positive behavior.  I look forward to hearing great things about you in the future.

6/5/2013 7:13:38 PM CST

6. LeAnne Smith said...

I am so proud of you Trent!  You were a great student as a 5th grader at Tanner Williams Elementary, and it looks like you are continuing your success as a wonderful student throughout your academic years.  Keep it up!

 Your 5th grade teacher,

Mrs. LeAnne Smith

6/5/2013 7:12:59 PM CST

7. LeAnne Smith said...

I am so proud of you Trent!  You were a great student as a 5th grader at Tanner Williams Elementary, and it looks like you are continuing your success as a wonderful student throughout your academic years.  Keep it up!

 Your 5th grade teacher,

Mrs. LeAnne Smith

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