January 2017 Students of the Month
Courtney Reckord – Art
- Jessica Wells – Jessica takes her time with her work and always does her best. She is dedicated to creating her best work and keeps at it until it reaches her high standards.
- Rebecca Gratton – Rebecca is a dedicated worker with an incredibly positive attitude. Although I believe that none of her projects have turned to quite as she expected, she continues to approach her work with enthusiasm and energy.
- Matthew Goodman – Matthew sets very high standards for himself and follows through on who he sets out to create. He doesn’t let frustration get in the way of his goals and just perseveres until he achieves what he set out to.
- Noah Perry – Noah is a wonder with the torch. He is incredibly focused, determined and independent. His work is innovative, well-crafted and polished. He is also a really positive role model for his peers.
- Rebecca McIntyre – Rebecca is being recognized for her above and beyond pursuit of personal fitness goals. She isn’t actually enrolled in any PE classes at this point, however, she is constantly in the gym and fitness center running and working out. She is a great person who advocates for herself and for that we want to award her.
- Foster Rich – Foster has been nominated by his Sports in America class peers as one of our shining stars. He has been a great classmate for all and is always involved in the conversation making good points. He is polite and respectful and helps make our class a great place to be.
- Alex Marston – Gwen Jumper, Nick Desouza, Damion Mitchell, Owen Perry – have been voted by their peers to represent their respective Project Adventure classes. All of these students have been leaders in one way or another and help to contribute and facilitate many activities, challenges and problems that they are presented with. We look to students like them to be the example of what being a leader, risk taker, communicator and positive role model looks like among their peers.
- Billy Heath – Billy has been a pleasure to have in class. He is enrolled in a small 5th block class and has found ways to motivate himself to push further and further toward his fitness goals. He is currently training for the military testing and applying to West Point. We wish Billy the best of luck and with his work ethic he should be able to be successful in his future military endeavors.
9th Grade Champlain Team
- Annika Murdock – Annika shows the thirst for knowledge, respect for the world around her and the compassion to inspire her peers. Her presence in the classroom is refreshing and enjoyed.
- Quinten Puskar – Quinten is an exceptional student. He contributes often in class and is seen as a leader. Quinten has a great personality and makes class enjoyable for his peers. Quinten is responsible and his work is exemplary.
- Kaylee Robie – Kaylee works extremely hard in all of her classes and is a wonderful role model for her peers. Kaylee is helpful, kind, responsible and thoughtful. Kaylee is a real joy to have in class.
- Gwen Jumper – Gwen is an amazing student. She is motivated learner who works well with all students. Her work is top quality in all of her classes.
- Samantha Pallas – Samantha is a student who across the board demonstrates her ability to balance her core course work with other pursuits such as senior high band. She is responsible and determined to succeed.
- Haley Raftery – Haley is a deep thinker. She strives for deeper understanding of chemistry concepts with her probing questions. She is a leader within any group she is a part of.
- Zach Popke – Zach brings hard work and genuine intellectual curiosity to chemistry class. He thinks deeply about content and enriches our class.
10th Grade Team Eagle Mountain
- Morgan Bushey – Morgan is a great student to have in class. She always comes prepared and her positive attitude helps create a great environment in the class. Her teachers appreciate her willingness to work with other students and help them be successful
- Dwayne Kirby – Dwayne always brings his A-Game to class, he has a positive attitude and really makes the class a better place.
- Eric MacLaughlin – Eric had been a tremendous asset to his peers and has continued to be a positive role model. Eric completes all of his work by going above and beyond in his assignments.
10th Grade Team Cobble Hill
- Ian Jennings – Ian has grown into a classroom leader this year. He is a willing discussion and presentation participant, and produces quality work that reflects effort and consideration. We look forward to celebrating his continued success!
- Madison North – In Health, Madison worked very well and respectfully with peers during a guest speaker presentation. In Global Studies, she has been working very hard on her National History Day project as a leader for her group. She has taken the lead and been responsible for keeping her group focused. We look forward to her continued success!
Karen Hammond – Chemistry
- Megan Holbrook – Megan is an amazing chemistry student. She pushes herself to do top quality work and asks fantastic questions. She is excited to engage in lab investigations as well as modeling activities. She works well with peers as well as individually and is a role model in our class.
9th Grade Team Arrowhead
- Molly Gary – We would like to recognize Molly for her high work ethic, mature conversations, creative detail, and a marvelous sense of humor this semester.
- Meghan Fondakowski – We would like to recognize Meghan for her high work ethic, attention to quality, creativity, and her wonderful sense of humor this semester.
Sara Meigs & Kris Schoembs & Christine Reider
- Moritz Wollmann – Moritz is an exceptional student that we have been lucky enough to have met through the student-exchange program. Moritz comes to us from Germany and has taught our class a lot regarding both work ethic and cultural norms. Geometry would not be the same without Moritz’ hard work and happy-go-lucky attitude. His peers appreciate him greatly as he is also the first to jump to the aid of a struggling student. We are so lucky to have been able to meet you and work with you Moritz!
- Sierra Boutin – Sierra is an exceptionally hard working student who puts 100% into every assignment she completes. Sierra is never satisfied with simply getting something done however and requires the explanation about why things work to truly feel successful. That inquisitive nature is something we foster in our students and to have Sierra in class, who is so naturally inquisitive, pushes everyone in the room to a higher standard. God work this semester Sierra! Keep it up!
- Jayden Hardy – Jayden is always prepared and ready-to-go at the beginning of class. She is focused on the task at hand ALWAYS and helps motivate her peers to do the same. She is a responsible and mature sophomore that deserves recognition for her hard work this semester. We appreciate having her in class and quite frankly, wouldn’t know what to do without her. Keep being you Jayden!
- Zach Young – Zac is a hard working student who never gives up on a task regardless of its difficulty. He helps keep his peers on track and is a role model for them, showing them what they could accomplish with hard work and focus. Zac is an absolute joy to have in class and deserves all the appreciation we can muster. Keep up the hard work Zac and Junior year will be here before you know it!
- Kennedy Nelson – Kennedy is a hard working student that we can always count on to be prepared each day for class and willing and able to contribute to class-work and discussions. She has worked hard this semester and deserves our appreciation and gratitude for that. She is a role model for her peers and an excellent student who is able to handle whatever content she is given. Good work Kennedy! Keep it up!
Danielle Hubbard, Bonnie Row, Robin Eller
- Dominic Ames and Collin Granger – Both Dom and Collin have been working so hard this quarter – and their hard work is paying off! They are coming to Algebra II with a positive attitude, willing to take on a challenge, and are even working outside of class to strengthen their math skills.
- Tyler McRae – Senior year is such a year of transitions. Tyler has been clear that his plans after graduation are to go to work. A job he likes and is excited about. This has not stopped Tyler from reaching for great grades, still participating in extracurricular and being a really nice positive person. I appreciate his humor, sense of caring and respectful nature.
- Karlee Dixon – Karlee Dixon is a very conscientious student who works for academic excellence plus has a great smile and wonderful attitude.
- Corinne Stocker – Always pleasant, focused and ready to work with anyone!
- Emily Pallas – Emily is always smiling and cheerful. She takes on all challenges with infectious enthusiasm.
- Kaylie LaTulippe – Kaylee is an exceptional role model for her classmates. Her assignments are always done promptly and with careful thought to detail.
Gina O’Connor and Dusty Kemp
- Katrina Adams – Kat comes into class every day ready to learn. She displays a strong work ethic and a positive attitude. She is also eager to help her peers.