MMI Students Deliver Presentations In ‘Best Of The Best’ Program
MMI BEST OF THE BEST-Lauren Babinetz, at right in the first row, was named the overall “Best of the Best” winner for the second semester for her presentation on the Morality of Self Driving Cars during MMI Preparatory School’s annual assembly program. Additional “Best of the Best” presenters were, front from left: Rachael Betz. Back: Nathan Thayer, Mountaintop; Grant Warren and Hunter O’Clair, Drums.

Students in seventh, ninth and 11th grades delivered presentations as part of MMI Preparatory School’s annual “Best of the Best” program during an assembly held at the school.

Junior Lauren Babinetz, the daughter of Michael and Patricia Babinetz was the overall “Best of the Best” winner for the second semester for her presentation on the Morality of Self Driving Cars.

The assembly program is designed to help MMI students improve and enhance their communication skills, which are important as they progress through high school, college, and beyond.

Additional “Best of the Best”

presenters were: seventh grader Rachael Betz, the daughter of Dr. Amy Houm and Richard Betz for her presentation on Big Cats; seventh grader Nathan Thayer, the son of Robert Thayer and Mary Foltz of Mountaintop, for his presentation on Secretariat; freshman Grant Warren, the son of Richard and Atty. Rebecca Warren for his presentation on Kilobots; and junior Hunter O’Clair, the son of Candice and Timothy O’Clair of Drums, for his presentation on WWE Superstars.