Students of the Month
Carter Gray is the student of the month in Mrs. Terhaar’s kindergarten class. Carter always arrives in the morning ready to get to work and completes his morning paper in a timely fashion and completes it very neatly and correctly. He is a great friend to his classmates and is a very honest boy. I am very proud of his hard work, great morals, and am so lucky to have him in my class. Keep up the great work!!!
Gracie Deckard has earned February student of the month for Ms. Stafford’s kindergarten class. Gracie joined our class just a few short months ago and has grown in so many ways. She is a good friend to others, puts great effort into all she does and brings a positive attitude to our class. Gracie is loved and admired by her peers as she is kind and helpful to everyone. She is actively engaged in the classroom and is excited to learn. Finally, Gracie has made great growth in reading, math and well-earned confidence. Fantastic job, Gracei! Keep shining bright!
Brinley Long is the February student of the month in Mrs. Woodbury’s first grade class. Brinley does a good job of getting her work done on time. She works very hard. Brinley is kind and helpful to her classmates. I am glad to have Brinley in my first grade classroom.
Kyleigh Johnson is the student of the month for Mrs. Randall’s class. Kyleigh has a very sweet pleasant personality. In the morning, you can see her smiling by looking at her eyes. She is always calm and patient when waiting for help or working with her classmates. Kyleigh shows respect to her fellow classmates and the adults that work with her. When things might be difficult for her, she is willing to try and ask for help when needed. I have enjoyed watching her grow this year as she learns new concepts. I am excited to see what she will accomplish throughout the rest of the year.
Mackenzee Bruns is the student of the month in Mrs. McQueen’s class. Mackenzee has been putting forth great effort in class! She has been trying her best and problem solving through her work. All of her hard work is paying off! Mackenzee is so kind and polite to everyone. She is a great friend and included everyone. Great job, Mackenzee! We are lucky to have you in our class! We are so proud of you!
Eli Cook is my 2nd grade Student of the Month for many reasons! Eli brings so much to our classroom! He’s smart, helpful, and has a wicked sense of humor! Eli has worked very hard this year to improve in ALL areas of learning! He’s improved by almost two levels in reading alone!! I am truly inspired by the enthusiasm Eli has for life! He always has a grin, and an outstanding attitude! Eli can find the best in everyone, and everything he does. I am so happy and proud to have Eli in my class! I look forward to sharing many more milestones with Eli this year! Congratulations ELI on an honor well deserved!!
Room 311’s Student of the Month is Braxton Phenis
The following are the top five student reasons why Braxton is our classroom student of the month.
-Braxton treats everybody fairly and makes sure everybody gets a turn at a game. -Hannah
-He gets his work done, doesn’t talk in class, and keeps his desk clean. - Emma
-Braxton is a good friend, and he cares about people. - Aiden
-He is patient all the time, he shows integrity. -Brooklynn
-Braxton is a great student of the month because he is always listening, quiet, and working hard. He listens to the teacher and is doing the right thing in class. He’s kind to everybody. He gets everything done. - Valeria
From the first day of school Braxton has come into the classroom with an eagerness to learn new things. He excels in math and is already on multiplication on Xtra-math. He is attentive in class and works well in small groups and with his math partner. Braxton is funny, and he has jokes and stories to share. We are so excited to have you here at Randolph Southern. -Mrs. Bowman and your third-grade class
The student of the month for Mrs. Ridgway’s classroom is Isaiah Berger. He is such a polite and hardworking student. Zy is one of the first students into the classroom and starts his work in a timely manner. I look forward to seeing his smiling face walk into the door with a positive attitude and work ethic of champions. I know that many of the students look up to him for how polite he is to others and try to imitate him. Zy’s such a great friend to all the students in the classroom and 3rd grade. He treats everyone like his best friend and would do anything to make them happy. On of the best qualities that I like about Zy is his ability to be honest and honorable in everything that he does. If he makes a mistake he owns up to it, and learns from it! I couldn’t imagine not having Zy in my classroom and I’ll miss him next year. I could see him going on to do many great things with his life and change this world.
The student of the month in Miss Kirkman’s room for February is Kaleb Ansberry. Kaleb is a quiet student, but he is so much fun to talk to and always makes me smile. He is a responsible student and gets his work completed on time. Kaleb is very organized with his materials. He has been dong a great job finishing all of his virtual assignments on the day that they are assigned. I always spot Kaleb using his time wisely to work on assignments whenever he is able to. I have enjoyed watching Kaley come out of his shell this year and not be so shy around other students. He has become more comfortable speaking in front of the class. I know I can count on Kaleb to meet expectations! I look forward to watching him continue to grow for the rest of the year!
Room 322’s student of the month is Ava McCarthy. She has a strong work ethic and always offers to help others. She has a playful attitude, but knows when to get down to work. Ava actively participates in reading group discussions by coming to school prepared. She does a fantastic job! I enjoy listening to the stories she shares about her dog. Every morning I look forward to her walking through the door because I can tell she is smiling under that mask! Keep up the great work, Ava!
Room 420’s February Student of the Month is Adalynn Slick. Adalynn woks hard to do her best on her assignments and wants to do things right. She definitely takes pride in her work. Adalynn is polite to her classmates, friendly, and is considerate of others. She has earned XtraMath certificates in Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division. Now she’s working to earn certificates in the 1.5 seconds time! Adalynn works hard in all of her subjects, not just Math. I can always count on Adalynn to follow rules and be a good citizen. She is always willing to help others and volunteers to do jobs in the classroom. We’re glad Adalynn is in Room 420! Keep up the good work Adalynn!
It is our honor to have Cameron Shumaker as our student of the month, for Room 421, in our 5th grade classroom. Cameron is a young man who is full of energy and eager to learn. He does a great job of getting that energy focused on school subjects when in class and participates with 100% effort. Cameron is very dedicated to getting all his homework done for school, and quick to ask for help when he needs it. He is friendly and outgoing to all of his classmates, while always willing to give someone a helping hand. Right now, Cameron is so excited about playing basketball and getting his family settled on their new farm. Congratulations Cameron for being our student of the month!
Mrs. Meyer has selected Aiden Chambers as Student of the Month for February. This young man has stepped up his game in his learning. Each day he is well prepared for class; making sure work from the previous day is completed. Not only has Aiden been showing improvement in completing his work, but he has been putting forth better effort into completing quality work. He also has been doing a better job of participating in class and small group discussions. It’s been a pleasure watching your progression to better your future Aiden! Keep up the great work!
Mrs. Markley would like to nominate Chase Ralston as the Student of the Month for February from Room 432 in 6th grade. Chase has been working hard all year in math to become a better student. He is always asking questions to clarify understanding and volunteers to give answers in our group discussions. Chase is also very polite and caring of others. Chase is a fantastic role model in our class, and I enjoy talking with him each day. Keep up the fantastic work Chase! I can’t wait to see what all you will accomplish the rest of the school year.
Cai Boyd is the February Student of the Month in PE. Cai gives it his all in class and he even says PE is his favorite class! His favorite game is freeze tag, and his favorite color is blue. He loves to eat yogurt. Great job, Cai!
I am excited to say that David Jeffreis is the Music Student of the Month. David has really become a fantastic student to have in music. He is enthusiastic and eager to learn and share. He has recently also joined one of my small groups, where he works hard and participates fully. I appreciate his hard work and determination. I am proud to call him the Music Student of the Month. Keep up the great work David!
Mrs. Haney would like to nominate Cooper Mills as the Student of the Month from 2nd grade. Cooper has made so much progress and is beginning to reach some of his goals. Cooper always comes out of the class ready to work and is willing to do whatever is asked of him without complaining. Cooper is a fantastic role model for my other students, always giving his best effort. Keep up the excellent work, Cooper, and I cannot wait to see how many goals you will be able to reach this year!
Ainsley Ballenger is Mrs. Monnin’s student of the month. She has shown so much improvement in class and in her confidence over the past few months! She even shared with us that she recently received 100% on a spelling test for the first time ever! We are proud of her effort with her academics and we hope she keeps trying hard in all areas!
Cendall Osterholt is Mr. Stephan’s Student of the Month. Cendall does a great job of getting her work done on time and is always doing her best. She does a great job of interacting with her peers and during discussions in class. She displays great enthusiasm and initiative in the classroom! She always has a smile on her face and she is always ready to learn. Cendall also has a fascination with rocks and that has earned her the nickname “Rocky”. It has been a joy to have Cendall in the classroom this year and I can’t wait to see her become an even better student. Keep up the great work Rocky!
Symen Jacobs is Mr. Walker’s February Student of the Month. Throughout the school year, Symen has been an Exemplary student, diligently making quality art projects and leading hisclassmates toward solid work and respectful behavior. Recently, Symen has worked to make ceramic objects with great enthusiasm while helping his classmates improve their own work. Symen is building a solid foundation in constructive criticism. I do look forward to Symen’s becoming part of the Jr/Sr High Art Program in the future.
Mr. Pike has chosen Rebekah Driskill as his February student of the month! Rebekah has been a fantastic art student this year. Despite the struggles of learning from home, she always had an amazing attitude. From making dishes out of clay to painting butterflies in watercolor, her sweep spirit is always on display. Keep up the great work, Bekah!