My Sister, Myself - CMS Organization Empowers Young Girls

April 17, 2017 - Center Middle School Chapter of 'My Sister, Myself' organized January 25, 2017. It is an organization created out of a need to see young girls empowered as future leaders of our community. The Chapter's mission is to help young teenage girls build self-esteem, develop leadership skills, become role models for other teens their age and recognize the value of community service. Through weekly chapter meetings facilitated by adult leaders, My Sister, Myself helps middle school girls learn from their peer mentors and adults, how to better understand and address the issues they face. In doing so, the girls develop confidence, leadership skills and compassion for others.

CMS teacher, Anita Williams is teacher/facilitator with supporters, Ruby Johnson, CMS Principal Jake Henson, Assistant Principal Felicia Cloudy, and CMS Counselor Cindy Tillery. Members include President Makenzie Mireles, Vice-President Makenna Gipson, Secretary Alexandria Patton, Assistant Secretary La'Kasia Lister, Treasurer Jayla Moore, Superintendent Tyonah Evans, Chaplain Jayla Caraway, Jakela Jenkins, Amari Daniels, Amiyah Williams, Tianna Williams, Anahi Castillo, Ashley Castillo, Renata Malone, Ja'Kayla Parks, Jamiah Jackson, A'Ishala Gloenn, Lizbeth Chavez, De'Asijah Ikner, Rebekah McGhen.