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Bounce Scholar of the Week: Kristian Medley

This week's scholar is a Kristian Medley, a 5th grader at Bruns Academy. This week's scholar is a Kristian Medley, a 5th grader at Bruns Academy.
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Each week during the school year, Project L.I.F.T. selects a student who is excelling not only inside the classroom, but outside as well. The student - along with their favorite teacher - is featured every Wednesday on WBTV News on Bounce at 8 p.m. The program operates within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System.

This week's scholar is a Kristian Medley, a 5th grader at Bruns Academy. 

Favorite Subject: Math because when he was little his TD teacher always took him out taught him more math and played games.

Hobbies: Playing basketball and exercising with his brother

Awards/Accomplishments:

  • Citizenship award
  • MVP in Basketball
  • A/B Honor Roll award
  • Highest in Math in 3rd grade

Favorite Book: Go Dog Go by Dr. Suess. He has liked this book since he was a child because it had funny rhymes.

Future Plans: NBA Player or if he is not able to do that he wants to be a doctor. NOT a surgeon.

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