VIV Recipients at MacIntyre Park Middle School

Despite the fact that the pandemic created a remote-learning (and socializing) environment in schools all over the country, BTV students still found a way to make a difference in their school and/or community. Such is the case with these amazing students at MacIntyre Park Middle School and their enthusiastic BTV leader Ms. Deidre McPherson.

Neel is being recognized as a “Very Important Voice” this year for actively promoting the BTV campaign at MacIntyre Park Middle School each week by wearing his t-shirt and reminding his peers about the power of kindness.

Christian is being recognized as a “Very Important Voice” this year for participating in the “Sit with Someone New” at Lunch. Christian is a champion for the BTV campaign at MacIntyre Park Middle School.

Arial is being recognized as a “Very Important Voice” this year for displaying the mission of BTV during the “Cyber Friend Challenge” and making friends with new students. Arial also worked diligently to spread the word of BTV by helping to distribute BTV stickers, erasers, and key chains.

Jeh’Niyah is being recognized as a “Very Important Voice” this year for actively participating in the BTV program, Jeh’Niyah helped to figure out how to display the paper chain in the hallways where all the students could see and in a creative manor. Jeh’Niyah also came up with the idea to make birthday signs for the Senior Citizen’s Birthday Parade, what a great job helping in the community!

A big BTV shout-out to these wonderful students for making a difference at MPMS, one VOICE at a time!

Pictured from L to R; Christian Hayes, Neel Patel, Deidre McPherson, Arial Holland, and Jeh’Niyah Wheeler