Student of the Month for March
This was a difficult decision. After three years of getting to know many well-deserving students, this particular student has been in my classroom since Freshman year and sometimes multiple classes. She has grown as a student, a leader, and an individual. If she doesn’t understand something, she asks questions, seeks help outside of class, and works hard to get her assignments completed on time. She is willing to work with others, self-advocates, strives for excellence, and is involved both in and out of the classroom. She is a person of quality, charisma, and has a heart of gold. For this reason and many more, I am happy to award Emma Black for March Student of the Month.
Jersie Lester: This year is the first year I have had the pleasure of working with this student, and I thoroughly enjoy having her in my room. She is always putting forth her best effort, and I’m so proud of her for that. She answers questions, volunteers, and is never afraid to ask for help when she needs it. In the hallway, I always see her with a big smile talking to other students and staff. She’s funny, kind, and a little silly at times, but those are some of the things I enjoy most about her. She exemplifies all aspects of the PRIDE matrix. The student I have selected for a student of the month is Jersie Lester.
Neveah Levering: The student I have selected is an extraordinary student. She tries to push herself in every way inside and outside of the classroom. She is a very hard-working student. She is always willing to help other people, volunteers when I need help, and is never afraid to ask for help. I always see her in the morning and she always says hello to me! She shows pride everywhere in this school. My student of the month is Neveah Levering.
Trevor Barclay: Trevor shows up to school every day ready to learn. He has been doing a great job of persevering and always works hard on his school work. His sense of humor helps us all enjoy our time at school. Great job Trevor!
Jayden Schlake is a student that brings much positivity into the classroom environment and makes class for all students a fun time. He is always willing to help others and participate in classroom discussions. This positivity allows him and others to grow and learn.