In the student council’s quest for recognizing those students who have showcased the positive things going on in the department and have helped create a culture where being kind and doing well in the classroom is a great thing, the academic department teachers chose one sophomore, junior, and senior who have demonstrated these concepts to receive a certificate and recognition.
Each teacher wrote a letter with a reason as to why that student should be selected and then mailed that letter to the student who would receive the recognition. Reasons for choosing a particular student included “this student was phenomenal with their writing skills and thinking outside the box,” to “this student was extremely helpful this quarter with a student who did not understand the material.”
At the culmination of the third quarter, the student council held a small presentation and handed out certificates recognizing the various students. Everyone enjoyed a breakfast provided by Big Apple Bagels.
The third quarter’s recipients and academic departments they represent are agriculture – sophomore Kaytlin Wojciechowski, junior Lindsey Lautigar, senior Raeanne; art – sophomore Lilly Bartholmy, junior Patrick Thao, senior Olyumpia Her; business educaiton – junior Chase Carlson, senior Kaylee Munt; family and consumer sciences – sophomore Hannah McMahon, junior Eli Dodge, senior Janna Olson; health – sophomore Regan Duffy; industrial technology – sophomore Dylan Hartmann, junior Benjamin Niemczyk, senior Matthew Becker; language arts – sophomore Chanel Underwood, junior Hannah Curtis, senior Kellie McCord; mathematics – sophomore Abby Janssen, junior Ethan Tomas, senior Luke Palo; music – sophomore Jacob Murphy, junior Karley Manning, senior Dante Anderson; physical education – sophomore Charles Babcock, junior Zachary Raabe, senior Butch Harris; Science – sophomore Christopher Johns, junior Noelle Gorka, senior Paige Ewert; social studies – sophomore Kevin Buck, junior Swati Clements, senior Grace LaNasa; and world language – sophomore Maren Thompson, junior Mason Miers, senior Brenna Olson.