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April Students of the Month 

Ariana Stinson has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for the senior class. Ari is involved in many extra-curricular activities and is in many of the advanced-level class offered at Randolph Southern. Ari also attends Richmond career center to study in the medical field. She intends to pursue a career in this field. Ari is also a active member of Student Council and a leader in her class, being the senior class Vice President. She is also a member of three of the schools, award winning science, english and interdisciplinary academic teams. I have no doubt that Ari will succeed in all she attempts to do in the future.
Selected by Tamra Clements

Colton Fisher has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for the junior class for the month of April. Colton is always putting his best foot forward in academics as well as his several extra-curricular activities that he is involved in. While maintaining impressive grades, he is a team leader in baseball. He is also involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, Spirit Club, Tennis, and he also serves as a class officer. Colton is a well rounded student and RS is lucky to have him as an exceptional person!
Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

Breanna Harrison
has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s April sophomore student of the month. Breanna is a creative student who likes to think outside the box. She enjoys sports, especially softball. She usually plays outfield for the varsity Lady Rebels, but she is willing to play wherever they need her. In the classroom Bre is quiet yet friendly, independent but cooperative, and easy-going yet productive. She is a member of the Art Club and the Spanish Club. When Bre graduates, she would like to be a doctor in the United States Marines. Her great work ethic and willingness to help others will help her reach her goals.
Selected by Ms. Lauren Day

Amaya Latello
has been chosen as April’s Ninth Grade Student of the Month. Amaya expands beyond the requirements of her assignments, exploring options, seeking to conceptually broaden the scope of her work. The resultant art expresses her individuality.  Amaya has worked to consistently make each of her projects her best work while pushing to always be raising that bar. She conscientiously seeks to achieve the best possible product through refinement of materials and consistent care for the art she is making. Amaya has Interests in music as well; she plays saxophone in our band as well as The Force. I look forward with confidence to Amaya’s future success and accomplishments.
Selected by Justin Walker

Kira Kemplen has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s April Eighth Grader of the month. She comes in the room, gets down to business, and does what is asked.  She has all A’s for the school year. She loves to read and is always willing to take on a challenge. She had an outstanding score on her NWEA. Although she might not be very vocal, her determination, her willingness to learn new things, and her never wavering stive, speaks volumes. Good luck in all your future endeavors.  I am proud to have you in my class.
Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

Brianna Smith has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for seventh grade. Brianna is a hard-working, responsible student who participates in class despite her naturally shy nature. Outside of the classroom, Brianna is active in track, basketball, and volleyball. She also enjoys reading in her free time. Brianna has set high goals for herself and would like to attend Indiana University to become either an orthodontist or a cardiothoracic surgeon. Keep working hard, Brianna, and I know you will have a successful future!
Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy


March Students of the Month 

Dara Bond has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s Senior student of the month. Dara has a great sense of humor and is a hard working student. When Dara is not writing or drawing in her free time she is spending time with friends or watching shows on Hulu. Dara’s advice as she gets ready to graduate is that it is okay to go out of your comfort zone and try something new, it will give you memories to carry with you after high school. After she graduates this spring Dara plans to go to college for creative writing and become an English teacher. Keep moving forward Dara and I can’t wait to see what you accomplish in the future!
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Daniel Ward has been chosen for the March student of the month for eleventh grade. Daniel always comes into class ready to get to work. Daniel brings new and exciting ideas into projects and is eager to help the class in any way he can. Daniel also makes sure to encourage and incorporate all of his classmates ideas as they collaborate on projects. Keep up the great work, Daniel!
Selected by: Mrs. Shianna Fry

I have chosen David Null for student of the month. David is in my intro into construction class and he is also in graphic design and layout. David does an excellent job in both of these classes. David is always working hard on his construction projects. His main focus is to get the project done in a timely manner and he always strives to do his best. David also does a great job in graphic design and layout. He does a great job of applying emulsion to all the screens. He also helps with getting the design onto the screen and printing the t-shirts. I am glad David is in both of my classes and I’m happy with his work ethic and willingness to get better. Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

Grace Watson has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s ninth grade student of the month. Grace has an applaudable work ethic both independently and when required to work with others. She is headstrong and not afraid to share her opinions, even if they are contrary to what others may like to hear, and rest assured, she will have the facts to back them. Grace has a bright future, planning to attend either IU or OSU following high school with intentions on entering either the medical field or becoming involved in politics. Grace wants to change the world for the better, and there is no doubt in my mind that she will.
Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

Rebecca Smith
has been selected as the eighth grade student of the month for March. Becca always has a smile to offer and a friendly greeting.  She has been working very hard in class to learn her states and capitals. Becca is always willing to help her peers study and give any tips she can. She enjoys listening to music and drawing. Becca loves to talk and can entertain you with many stories and adventures. She has made great strides this year, and she continues working to do better. Keep up the hard working, Becca!
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Courtney Clear has been selected as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for March. Courtney always puts forth her best effort. Everyday she comes to class prepared, organized, and ready to learn. She never settles for the mediocre. This attribute carries over to her extracurricular activities as well. Courtney is an asset to Southern sports teams such as volleyball and basketball because of her strong work ethic and Rebel pride. Her friendly disposition and her strong work ethic will help her reach all future goals. She has been a joy to get to know this year. Keep up the great work, Courtney!
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed



February Students of the Month 

Landon Bowlin has been chosen as the Randolph Southern HS Senior student of the month.  Landon is a very hard-worker attending vocational school as well as high school. He has already established what he is going to do after high school and he seems all set and ready to go.  I am very proud of Landon. School might have been a struggle for him at times but he never gave up. I have no doubt he will be a very successful adult!
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Jordan Saylor has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for February. Jordan is very active in many school activities. As a member of student council he was very involved in leading his classes efforts in the homecoming competition last month. He is also involved in many sports during the school year. He also has time to be on the school’s english and social studies academic teams. In the classroom he pushes himself in academic excellence by taking the college prep classes and is enrolled in dual credit classes and is one of the top students of the junior class. Jordan is an avant reader and likes to study history.
Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

Bryce Dalzell has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Sophomore student of the month. Bryce is in Spanish I and Spanish club and always finds a way to keep us entertained whether it be rapping in Spanish in front of the whole class or not being scared to ask the questions that everyone else is thinking. Bryce, I admire your work ethic and the positive attitude you have in my class no matter what! Your humor rubs off on us and I hope you always stay true to you! Keep up the hard work!
Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

Devin Daniels
has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Freshman of the month. Devin has been an amazing student in my math class.  He is a very hard worker and is always a positive role model. He tends to be on the quiet side, but he still is willing to help other students if needed.
Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

Trinity Tucker has been chosen as the Randolph Southern 8th grader of the month. Trinity has a great personality and is always looking to participate in class. It is always a pleasure talking to her about her favorite entertainment genre, horror. In the future, Trinity would like to be a famous author of the horror genre and along with that she is a great artist who would like to illustrate her own books. Stay unique and good luck in the future Trinity!
Selected by Mr. Nicholas Miller

Allie Black has been chosen as the Randolph Southern 7th grader of the month. Allie is a hard-working student, who is always willing to participate in class. Outside of the classroom Allie is involved in cross country, basketball, and track. After graduation Allie plans on opening a bakery and playing professional basketball. She is currently working on her skills so she can make her dreams a reality. Keep working hard Allie, and I can’t wait to watch you achieve your goals!
Selected by Miss Lauren Day


January Students of the Month 

Abigail Alka has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for January 2019. Abigail has shown tremendous effort throughout her high school career. She has achieved a 3.93 GPA, and is ranked #1 in her class. In addition, Abigail is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, FFA, Spirit Club, Book Club, and Foreign Language Club. Outside of school, Abigail is involved in 4H, Randolph Riders Secretary, 4H Ambassador, Randolph County Expansion and Review Committee, and Youth Group. In addition, Abigail finds time to give riding lessons, and she works at Sickels Tree Farm. After high school, Abigail plans to pursue a degree in Agriculture Communications from Purdue University.  Keep Moving Forward Abigail!
Selected by Mr. Robert Mangus

Cole Barker has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for January. Cole is an excellent student who excels in his rigorous course load and still finds time to participate in various extracurricular groups and activities. Athletically, Cole runs cross country and manages the girls’ varsity basketball team. Academically, Cole was inducted into Randolph Southern’s National Honor Society in the fall of this year. In class, he works well independently as well as collaboratively. He is a well-rounded student who achieves excellence in all of his classes. Cole shows great promise to succeed in his future endeavors. Keep up the good work, Cole!
Selected by Mr. Josh Hallatt

Emma Slick has been selected as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for January. Emma is an extremely hard worker. This commendable work ethic can be seen in the classroom and out. In the classroom, she works hard to complete each task to the best of her ability. Emma’s hard work also shows in the sports she plays. She consistently improved as a varsity cross country runner in the fall, and she always showed intensity on the basketball floor helping both the junior varsity and varsity teams this year. When Emma is not dedicating herself to school, she is committed to taking care of her sheep. Great job, Emma!
Selected by Mr. Garrett Gleckler

Haley Hinshaw has been selected as the November freshman Student of the Month. Haley is an outstanding student who excels in all of her classes. She was a member of the varsity girls’ golf team this year, the first complete girls’ golf team in Randolph Southern history. She also plans to play tennis in the spring. Haley is very involved in 4H, and she is passionate about showing and caring for her pigs. No matter where her interests take her, she is sure to have a successful future. Nice work, Haley!
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Skyler Burt
has been selected to be the 8th-grade student of the month for February.  Skyler is fun to have in class with his ability to make one laugh and his cheery disposition.  When asked what he likes to do in his spare time, Skyler responded “Nothing.” However, with his future goals of becoming an attorney, I’m guessing that will change.  Best of luck in the future Skyler.
Selected by Mr. Deckard

Wyatt Brown has been chosen by Mr. Pike as Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month for January. Wyatt has been playing the tenor saxophone in band for a few years now, but this year’s progress has been incredible! He always comes to band with a great attitude and is ready to perform! Keep up the great work, Wyatt!
Selected by Mr. Pike

November Students of the Month 

Dylan O’Dell has been selected as Randolph Southern’s Senior Class student of the month for November. While balancing a part time job at the Pizza Barn in Losantville and school, Dylan maintains academic excellence with an A average. He is great to have in class and always a smiling face as my cadet. Dylan also serves in a leadership capacity in Student Council, National Honor Society, and as the Senior Class Vice President. After High School, Dylan plans to attend Indiana Tech and pursue a career in Computer Science. Good work Dylan! You will do great things in life.
Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

Cassandra Lee has been selected as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the junior class.  Cassandra has been performing at a very high level in chemistry his year. Her success is due in no small part to her efforts at working practice problems and taking notes.  After high school Cassandra would like to do something with neonatology. All of the habits that Cassandra has demonstrated this year will serve her well in training for her chosen field.  Keep up the good work Cassandra and good luck!
Selected by Mr. John Lash  

Mrs. Cash has selected Jewelia Austin as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month. Jewelia is a hard-working, persistent, and witty student. She has shown herself to not be afraid of a challenge and asking questions in the classroom. Outside of the classroom, Jewelia plays basketball for the Lady Rebels. After high school Jewelia has spoken about becoming an interior designer. Keep up the good work Jewelia and I can’t wait to see what you accomplish throughout the rest of the year.
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Mrs. Reed has selected Olivia Keesling as Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. Olivia is an exemplary student who consistently delivers. She is always prepared, and her work ethic is outstanding. I also appreciate her courteous and amiable demeanor. Not only does Olivia excel academically, but she also serves her school community through extracurriculars. She was part of the county championship cross country team, and she is in student council, FCA, Spanish Club, and FFA. I look forward to watching Olivia flourish as a Randolph Southern High School student.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Heather Ashbaugh is the eighth grade student of the month for Randolph Southern.  Heather is a hard working student that always strives to be better. She participates in discussion and asks questions that help everyone in the room gain more understanding.  She is very helpful in the classroom. Heather is always willing to help a peer when they have questions. This year, Heather played volleyball. She worked hard and always pushed to grow as a player. I enjoy Heather’s work ethic and seeing her grow as she strives to be better.  Keep working hard Heather!
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Allison Wilmoth is Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for November. Allison is a kind, respectful, and hardworking student who loves reading--especially mysteries or books about animals. Her athletic interests include volleyball and basketball. For leisure activities, Allison enjoys horseback riding and swimming. Allison says she loves the ocean and is fascinated by marine animals.  After graduating high school, she would like to study aquatic sciences at Purdue University to pursue her dream career of marine biologist. Your future is sure to be successful, Allison. Keep up the good work!
Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy


October Students of the Month 

Gannon Whitesel has been selected as the Randolph Southern’s Senior Class student of the month for October. Gannon is preparing for his future by attending the Richmond career center in the mornings and then returning to Southern to fulfill is high school required classes. Gannon is currently at the top of his government class and is always willing to help other students when needed. After high school Gannon plans to continue his education, which will help him to return to Randolph country to work on his family’s farm. Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

Denise Campbell has been selected as the Randolph Southern Junior class student of the month for October.  Denise always works hard in class, has a great attitude, and knows when to ask for help. Denise plays basketball and has ran track in the past.  After she graduates from high school she would like to go to college for either nursing or something in the science field. Keep working hard and you’ll do absolutely great things in life. Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Libby Dalzell has been chosen as the October student of the month of tenth grade. Libby always comes to class with a positive attitude and ready to work. Libby is never afraid to ask questions or get involved in class, and consistently puts forth her best effort. She is also always going above and beyond to make sure she is doing the best she can in whatever we are working on. Keep up the great work Libby! Selected by: Mrs. Shianna Fry

I nominated Ashlyn Longfellow for the freshman student of the month because of her work ethic and willingness to learn more about Screen Printing. She is always ready to step in and help. For the first nine weeks Ashlyn had a A+ (98.9%) in Graphic Imaging. She strives to do her best and is always focused on her academics. I’m glad she is a part of my classroom and I know she will continue to be a great student.    Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

Faith Thurman has been chosen as October’s Eighth Grade Student of the Month. Faith has worked diligently to not only make each of her projects her best work but has consistently pushed to raise that bar. Faith explores options, seeking to conceptually expand beyond the requirements of her assignments resulting in work that expresses her individuality. She seeks to achieve the best possible product through conscientious use of materials and consistent care for the art objects she is making, all while providing useful, constructive criticism and encouragement for her classmates. Faith has Interests in reading, drawing, writing and listening to a broadly varied range of musicianship. I look forward to what Faith will be able to accomplish throughout her high school years. Selected by Justin Walker

Brayleigh Price is Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month for October. Brayleigh is a wonderful student and has been a delight to have in class. She works hard, is very respectful, and is willing to ask questions if she doesn’t understand the concept. In her free time Brayleigh likes duct tape crafts, hanging with friends, and shopping. For the future, Brayleigh plans to attend Indiana University to become a cardiothoracic surgeon. Keep up the good work Brayleigh! Selected by Nicholas Miller

September Students of the Month 

Natasha Hopkins
has been selected as the Randolph Southern senior student of the month for September.  Natasha is approaching her senior year with an excellent attitude. She has been very motivated to learn this year.  She comes to class prepared everyday and gets straight to work. Natasha asks questions when needed and does an excellent job staying on task.  This attitude and work ethic will serve her well after high school. Keep working hard Natasha!
Selected by Mr. John Lash

Leah Keesling has been selected as Randolph Southern’s junior class student of the month for September. Leah has always exceeded expectations in her academics. She is currently first in her class with a 4.2 GPA, all while she is very involved in extracurricular activities. Leah is the President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Secretary of FFA. She is also involved in Student Council, Spirit Club, Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club, and SADD club. Leah also is athletic, participating in cross-country and track, in which she qualified for the state competition for the last two years. Leah exemplifies an exceptional student citizen and I’m glad to have her in class. Keep up the great work Leah!
Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

Cameron Pitman has been selected by Mr. Pike as the Sophomore student of the month. Cameron has made amazing progress as a musician and leader at Randolph Southern. He is always ready and willing to volunteer his time and effort to make the music department successful. He has played the tuba for years, but has recently started branching out into baritone and bass guitar. I couldn’t be more proud of his progress and look forward to seeing him develop as a musician and person during the rest of his time at RS. Keep up the awesome work, Cameron!
Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

Colleen Ledbetter has been selected as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month for September. Colleen’s positive disposition towards Spanish has been refreshing. I’m very proud of the progress I have seen thus far and I know she has great potential. She works hard in class to get her work finished and finished correctly. I can count on her to participate in class and give us a good laugh when needed! Outside of class, Colleen stays busy and plays volleyball and basketball. Keep up the great work and positive attitude, Colleen! It’s going to be a great year!
Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

Jacy Owens has been selected as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month for September.  Jacy is a gentle and caring young lady. She comes to class ready everyday and always has a smile for me.  She is a hard worker and fun to have in class. She cheers on her classmates as a cheerleader and loves to read.  She would like to open a dog kennel after she is out of school. Her gentleness will work well with the dogs that she will take care of.  Keep up the great work Jacy!!
Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

Alyssa Allen
has been selected as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for September.  Alyssa is always pleasant to have in class because she brings her sense of humor and competitive spirit with her every day.  Alyssa is on the girls volleyball, basketball and cross country teams at Randolph Southern. She also likes playing softball and is contemplating track in the spring.  Alyssa would like to go to college after her high school career for something to do with her main love….horses. If you can’t find Alyssa on the court, track or diamond, she’s with her horses.  Keep up the great work Alyssa!
Selected by Mr.Curtis Deckard

August Students of the Month

Dwight Ledbetter has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for August. Dwight has shown tremendous effort in his school work to start off his senior year. While he attends school in the morning, the past two years he has attended vocational school in the afternoons. Last year he attended vocational school to be an auto technician, and this year that work has paid off as he does a co-op and works at John Deere as a mechanic and Ag technician. After high school Dwight plans to continue working at John Deere  and continue his education in Toledo, Ohio with an intern program through work. Keep up the great work ethic Dwight!
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Josh Good has been selected as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for August. Academically, Josh has challenged himself in honors courses across the board, and he excels in all of them. He is also involved in sports and clubs. Josh is currently the number one singles tennis player for the Rebels. He also serves his school community through student council. Although he is extremely busy with a challenging academic schedule and with extracurricular activities, he always finds time to enjoy a great book. His future is sure to be  successful. Have a great year, Josh!
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Olivia Thurston has been selected as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for August. Olivia is a truly unique individual who has a quick wit that is always welcomed in the classroom. Olivia displays a vast array of talents and interests outside of the classroom. She is a member of the softball team as well as the girls golf team. She is also a member of both the art club and the book club at Randolph Southern. With an interest in historical and cultural studies and channeling her inner Indiana Jones, Olivia aspires to be an archaeologist following her completion of high school.
Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

Bishop McDavid has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month.  Bishop returns to Randolph Southern after finishing last school year in Kansas, and we are glad to have him back. He is so full of energy, and he is off to a great start this school year. During the school day he can be seen joking around with Mr. Pruitt. In his free time, Bishop likes to play Fortnite and soccer. When Bishop graduates from high school he wants to become a cop. Keep up the great work Bishop!
Selected by Miss Lauren Day

Gracie Isenbarger has been chosen as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. Gracie describes herself as “not afraid to do anything, no matter how challenging.” She stays busy both in and out of the classroom, and has participated in archery, volleyball, softball, and basketball. She also enjoys horseback riding and caring for her many, many pets. Because of her love for animals (especially horses), Gracie hopes to pursue a career in veterinary technology following high school graduation.
Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy

Mason Wolfal has been selected as the Randolph Southern seventh grade student of the month. Mason started the year having a lot of trouble with his locker.  His perseverance paid off and he can now open his locker with no problem. He is kind and helpful to all his peers. Mason enjoys playing video games and helping his younger siblings with homework. He wants to go to college when he graduates high school.  Mason is currently deciding between the future careers of being an actor or an astronaut.
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt



  • April Students of the Month 

    Ariana Stinson has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for the senior class. Ari is involved in many extra-curricular activities and is in many of the advanced-level class offered at Randolph Southern. Ari also attends Richmond career center to study in the medical field. She intends to pursue a career in this field. Ari is also a active member of Student Council and a leader in her class, being the senior class Vice President. She is also a member of three of the schools, award winning science, english and interdisciplinary academic teams. I have no doubt that Ari will succeed in all she attempts to do in the future.
    Selected by Tamra Clements

    Colton Fisher has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for the junior class for the month of April. Colton is always putting his best foot forward in academics as well as his several extra-curricular activities that he is involved in. While maintaining impressive grades, he is a team leader in baseball. He is also involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, Spirit Club, Tennis, and he also serves as a class officer. Colton is a well rounded student and RS is lucky to have him as an exceptional person!
    Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

    Breanna Harrison
    has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s April sophomore student of the month. Breanna is a creative student who likes to think outside the box. She enjoys sports, especially softball. She usually plays outfield for the varsity Lady Rebels, but she is willing to play wherever they need her. In the classroom Bre is quiet yet friendly, independent but cooperative, and easy-going yet productive. She is a member of the Art Club and the Spanish Club. When Bre graduates, she would like to be a doctor in the United States Marines. Her great work ethic and willingness to help others will help her reach her goals.
    Selected by Ms. Lauren Day

    Amaya Latello
    has been chosen as April’s Ninth Grade Student of the Month. Amaya expands beyond the requirements of her assignments, exploring options, seeking to conceptually broaden the scope of her work. The resultant art expresses her individuality.  Amaya has worked to consistently make each of her projects her best work while pushing to always be raising that bar. She conscientiously seeks to achieve the best possible product through refinement of materials and consistent care for the art she is making. Amaya has Interests in music as well; she plays saxophone in our band as well as The Force. I look forward with confidence to Amaya’s future success and accomplishments.
    Selected by Justin Walker

    Kira Kemplen has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s April Eighth Grader of the month. She comes in the room, gets down to business, and does what is asked.  She has all A’s for the school year. She loves to read and is always willing to take on a challenge. She had an outstanding score on her NWEA. Although she might not be very vocal, her determination, her willingness to learn new things, and her never wavering stive, speaks volumes. Good luck in all your future endeavors.  I am proud to have you in my class.
    Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

    Brianna Smith has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for seventh grade. Brianna is a hard-working, responsible student who participates in class despite her naturally shy nature. Outside of the classroom, Brianna is active in track, basketball, and volleyball. She also enjoys reading in her free time. Brianna has set high goals for herself and would like to attend Indiana University to become either an orthodontist or a cardiothoracic surgeon. Keep working hard, Brianna, and I know you will have a successful future!
    Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy


    March Students of the Month 

    Dara Bond has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s Senior student of the month. Dara has a great sense of humor and is a hard working student. When Dara is not writing or drawing in her free time she is spending time with friends or watching shows on Hulu. Dara’s advice as she gets ready to graduate is that it is okay to go out of your comfort zone and try something new, it will give you memories to carry with you after high school. After she graduates this spring Dara plans to go to college for creative writing and become an English teacher. Keep moving forward Dara and I can’t wait to see what you accomplish in the future!
    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    Daniel Ward has been chosen for the March student of the month for eleventh grade. Daniel always comes into class ready to get to work. Daniel brings new and exciting ideas into projects and is eager to help the class in any way he can. Daniel also makes sure to encourage and incorporate all of his classmates ideas as they collaborate on projects. Keep up the great work, Daniel!
    Selected by: Mrs. Shianna Fry

    I have chosen David Null for student of the month. David is in my intro into construction class and he is also in graphic design and layout. David does an excellent job in both of these classes. David is always working hard on his construction projects. His main focus is to get the project done in a timely manner and he always strives to do his best. David also does a great job in graphic design and layout. He does a great job of applying emulsion to all the screens. He also helps with getting the design onto the screen and printing the t-shirts. I am glad David is in both of my classes and I’m happy with his work ethic and willingness to get better. Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

    Grace Watson has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s ninth grade student of the month. Grace has an applaudable work ethic both independently and when required to work with others. She is headstrong and not afraid to share her opinions, even if they are contrary to what others may like to hear, and rest assured, she will have the facts to back them. Grace has a bright future, planning to attend either IU or OSU following high school with intentions on entering either the medical field or becoming involved in politics. Grace wants to change the world for the better, and there is no doubt in my mind that she will.
    Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

    Rebecca Smith
    has been selected as the eighth grade student of the month for March. Becca always has a smile to offer and a friendly greeting.  She has been working very hard in class to learn her states and capitals. Becca is always willing to help her peers study and give any tips she can. She enjoys listening to music and drawing. Becca loves to talk and can entertain you with many stories and adventures. She has made great strides this year, and she continues working to do better. Keep up the hard working, Becca!
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

    Courtney Clear has been selected as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for March. Courtney always puts forth her best effort. Everyday she comes to class prepared, organized, and ready to learn. She never settles for the mediocre. This attribute carries over to her extracurricular activities as well. Courtney is an asset to Southern sports teams such as volleyball and basketball because of her strong work ethic and Rebel pride. Her friendly disposition and her strong work ethic will help her reach all future goals. She has been a joy to get to know this year. Keep up the great work, Courtney!
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed



    February Students of the Month 

    Landon Bowlin has been chosen as the Randolph Southern HS Senior student of the month.  Landon is a very hard-worker attending vocational school as well as high school. He has already established what he is going to do after high school and he seems all set and ready to go.  I am very proud of Landon. School might have been a struggle for him at times but he never gave up. I have no doubt he will be a very successful adult!
    Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

    Jordan Saylor has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for February. Jordan is very active in many school activities. As a member of student council he was very involved in leading his classes efforts in the homecoming competition last month. He is also involved in many sports during the school year. He also has time to be on the school’s english and social studies academic teams. In the classroom he pushes himself in academic excellence by taking the college prep classes and is enrolled in dual credit classes and is one of the top students of the junior class. Jordan is an avant reader and likes to study history.
    Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

    Bryce Dalzell has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Sophomore student of the month. Bryce is in Spanish I and Spanish club and always finds a way to keep us entertained whether it be rapping in Spanish in front of the whole class or not being scared to ask the questions that everyone else is thinking. Bryce, I admire your work ethic and the positive attitude you have in my class no matter what! Your humor rubs off on us and I hope you always stay true to you! Keep up the hard work!
    Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

    Devin Daniels
    has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Freshman of the month. Devin has been an amazing student in my math class.  He is a very hard worker and is always a positive role model. He tends to be on the quiet side, but he still is willing to help other students if needed.
    Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

    Trinity Tucker has been chosen as the Randolph Southern 8th grader of the month. Trinity has a great personality and is always looking to participate in class. It is always a pleasure talking to her about her favorite entertainment genre, horror. In the future, Trinity would like to be a famous author of the horror genre and along with that she is a great artist who would like to illustrate her own books. Stay unique and good luck in the future Trinity!
    Selected by Mr. Nicholas Miller

    Allie Black has been chosen as the Randolph Southern 7th grader of the month. Allie is a hard-working student, who is always willing to participate in class. Outside of the classroom Allie is involved in cross country, basketball, and track. After graduation Allie plans on opening a bakery and playing professional basketball. She is currently working on her skills so she can make her dreams a reality. Keep working hard Allie, and I can’t wait to watch you achieve your goals!
    Selected by Miss Lauren Day


    January Students of the Month 

    Abigail Alka has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for January 2019. Abigail has shown tremendous effort throughout her high school career. She has achieved a 3.93 GPA, and is ranked #1 in her class. In addition, Abigail is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, FFA, Spirit Club, Book Club, and Foreign Language Club. Outside of school, Abigail is involved in 4H, Randolph Riders Secretary, 4H Ambassador, Randolph County Expansion and Review Committee, and Youth Group. In addition, Abigail finds time to give riding lessons, and she works at Sickels Tree Farm. After high school, Abigail plans to pursue a degree in Agriculture Communications from Purdue University.  Keep Moving Forward Abigail!
    Selected by Mr. Robert Mangus

    Cole Barker has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for January. Cole is an excellent student who excels in his rigorous course load and still finds time to participate in various extracurricular groups and activities. Athletically, Cole runs cross country and manages the girls’ varsity basketball team. Academically, Cole was inducted into Randolph Southern’s National Honor Society in the fall of this year. In class, he works well independently as well as collaboratively. He is a well-rounded student who achieves excellence in all of his classes. Cole shows great promise to succeed in his future endeavors. Keep up the good work, Cole!
    Selected by Mr. Josh Hallatt

    Emma Slick has been selected as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for January. Emma is an extremely hard worker. This commendable work ethic can be seen in the classroom and out. In the classroom, she works hard to complete each task to the best of her ability. Emma’s hard work also shows in the sports she plays. She consistently improved as a varsity cross country runner in the fall, and she always showed intensity on the basketball floor helping both the junior varsity and varsity teams this year. When Emma is not dedicating herself to school, she is committed to taking care of her sheep. Great job, Emma!
    Selected by Mr. Garrett Gleckler

    Haley Hinshaw has been selected as the November freshman Student of the Month. Haley is an outstanding student who excels in all of her classes. She was a member of the varsity girls’ golf team this year, the first complete girls’ golf team in Randolph Southern history. She also plans to play tennis in the spring. Haley is very involved in 4H, and she is passionate about showing and caring for her pigs. No matter where her interests take her, she is sure to have a successful future. Nice work, Haley!
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Skyler Burt
    has been selected to be the 8th-grade student of the month for February.  Skyler is fun to have in class with his ability to make one laugh and his cheery disposition.  When asked what he likes to do in his spare time, Skyler responded “Nothing.” However, with his future goals of becoming an attorney, I’m guessing that will change.  Best of luck in the future Skyler.
    Selected by Mr. Deckard

    Wyatt Brown has been chosen by Mr. Pike as Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month for January. Wyatt has been playing the tenor saxophone in band for a few years now, but this year’s progress has been incredible! He always comes to band with a great attitude and is ready to perform! Keep up the great work, Wyatt!
    Selected by Mr. Pike

    November Students of the Month 

    Dylan O’Dell has been selected as Randolph Southern’s Senior Class student of the month for November. While balancing a part time job at the Pizza Barn in Losantville and school, Dylan maintains academic excellence with an A average. He is great to have in class and always a smiling face as my cadet. Dylan also serves in a leadership capacity in Student Council, National Honor Society, and as the Senior Class Vice President. After High School, Dylan plans to attend Indiana Tech and pursue a career in Computer Science. Good work Dylan! You will do great things in life.
    Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

    Cassandra Lee has been selected as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the junior class.  Cassandra has been performing at a very high level in chemistry his year. Her success is due in no small part to her efforts at working practice problems and taking notes.  After high school Cassandra would like to do something with neonatology. All of the habits that Cassandra has demonstrated this year will serve her well in training for her chosen field.  Keep up the good work Cassandra and good luck!
    Selected by Mr. John Lash  

    Mrs. Cash has selected Jewelia Austin as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month. Jewelia is a hard-working, persistent, and witty student. She has shown herself to not be afraid of a challenge and asking questions in the classroom. Outside of the classroom, Jewelia plays basketball for the Lady Rebels. After high school Jewelia has spoken about becoming an interior designer. Keep up the good work Jewelia and I can’t wait to see what you accomplish throughout the rest of the year.
    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    Mrs. Reed has selected Olivia Keesling as Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. Olivia is an exemplary student who consistently delivers. She is always prepared, and her work ethic is outstanding. I also appreciate her courteous and amiable demeanor. Not only does Olivia excel academically, but she also serves her school community through extracurriculars. She was part of the county championship cross country team, and she is in student council, FCA, Spanish Club, and FFA. I look forward to watching Olivia flourish as a Randolph Southern High School student.
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Heather Ashbaugh is the eighth grade student of the month for Randolph Southern.  Heather is a hard working student that always strives to be better. She participates in discussion and asks questions that help everyone in the room gain more understanding.  She is very helpful in the classroom. Heather is always willing to help a peer when they have questions. This year, Heather played volleyball. She worked hard and always pushed to grow as a player. I enjoy Heather’s work ethic and seeing her grow as she strives to be better.  Keep working hard Heather!
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

    Allison Wilmoth is Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for November. Allison is a kind, respectful, and hardworking student who loves reading--especially mysteries or books about animals. Her athletic interests include volleyball and basketball. For leisure activities, Allison enjoys horseback riding and swimming. Allison says she loves the ocean and is fascinated by marine animals.  After graduating high school, she would like to study aquatic sciences at Purdue University to pursue her dream career of marine biologist. Your future is sure to be successful, Allison. Keep up the good work!
    Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy


    October Students of the Month 

    Gannon Whitesel has been selected as the Randolph Southern’s Senior Class student of the month for October. Gannon is preparing for his future by attending the Richmond career center in the mornings and then returning to Southern to fulfill is high school required classes. Gannon is currently at the top of his government class and is always willing to help other students when needed. After high school Gannon plans to continue his education, which will help him to return to Randolph country to work on his family’s farm. Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

    Denise Campbell has been selected as the Randolph Southern Junior class student of the month for October.  Denise always works hard in class, has a great attitude, and knows when to ask for help. Denise plays basketball and has ran track in the past.  After she graduates from high school she would like to go to college for either nursing or something in the science field. Keep working hard and you’ll do absolutely great things in life. Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

    Libby Dalzell has been chosen as the October student of the month of tenth grade. Libby always comes to class with a positive attitude and ready to work. Libby is never afraid to ask questions or get involved in class, and consistently puts forth her best effort. She is also always going above and beyond to make sure she is doing the best she can in whatever we are working on. Keep up the great work Libby! Selected by: Mrs. Shianna Fry

    I nominated Ashlyn Longfellow for the freshman student of the month because of her work ethic and willingness to learn more about Screen Printing. She is always ready to step in and help. For the first nine weeks Ashlyn had a A+ (98.9%) in Graphic Imaging. She strives to do her best and is always focused on her academics. I’m glad she is a part of my classroom and I know she will continue to be a great student.    Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

    Faith Thurman has been chosen as October’s Eighth Grade Student of the Month. Faith has worked diligently to not only make each of her projects her best work but has consistently pushed to raise that bar. Faith explores options, seeking to conceptually expand beyond the requirements of her assignments resulting in work that expresses her individuality. She seeks to achieve the best possible product through conscientious use of materials and consistent care for the art objects she is making, all while providing useful, constructive criticism and encouragement for her classmates. Faith has Interests in reading, drawing, writing and listening to a broadly varied range of musicianship. I look forward to what Faith will be able to accomplish throughout her high school years. Selected by Justin Walker

    Brayleigh Price is Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month for October. Brayleigh is a wonderful student and has been a delight to have in class. She works hard, is very respectful, and is willing to ask questions if she doesn’t understand the concept. In her free time Brayleigh likes duct tape crafts, hanging with friends, and shopping. For the future, Brayleigh plans to attend Indiana University to become a cardiothoracic surgeon. Keep up the good work Brayleigh! Selected by Nicholas Miller

    September Students of the Month 

    Natasha Hopkins
    has been selected as the Randolph Southern senior student of the month for September.  Natasha is approaching her senior year with an excellent attitude. She has been very motivated to learn this year.  She comes to class prepared everyday and gets straight to work. Natasha asks questions when needed and does an excellent job staying on task.  This attitude and work ethic will serve her well after high school. Keep working hard Natasha!
    Selected by Mr. John Lash

    Leah Keesling has been selected as Randolph Southern’s junior class student of the month for September. Leah has always exceeded expectations in her academics. She is currently first in her class with a 4.2 GPA, all while she is very involved in extracurricular activities. Leah is the President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Secretary of FFA. She is also involved in Student Council, Spirit Club, Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club, and SADD club. Leah also is athletic, participating in cross-country and track, in which she qualified for the state competition for the last two years. Leah exemplifies an exceptional student citizen and I’m glad to have her in class. Keep up the great work Leah!
    Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

    Cameron Pitman has been selected by Mr. Pike as the Sophomore student of the month. Cameron has made amazing progress as a musician and leader at Randolph Southern. He is always ready and willing to volunteer his time and effort to make the music department successful. He has played the tuba for years, but has recently started branching out into baritone and bass guitar. I couldn’t be more proud of his progress and look forward to seeing him develop as a musician and person during the rest of his time at RS. Keep up the awesome work, Cameron!
    Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

    Colleen Ledbetter has been selected as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month for September. Colleen’s positive disposition towards Spanish has been refreshing. I’m very proud of the progress I have seen thus far and I know she has great potential. She works hard in class to get her work finished and finished correctly. I can count on her to participate in class and give us a good laugh when needed! Outside of class, Colleen stays busy and plays volleyball and basketball. Keep up the great work and positive attitude, Colleen! It’s going to be a great year!
    Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

    Jacy Owens has been selected as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month for September.  Jacy is a gentle and caring young lady. She comes to class ready everyday and always has a smile for me.  She is a hard worker and fun to have in class. She cheers on her classmates as a cheerleader and loves to read.  She would like to open a dog kennel after she is out of school. Her gentleness will work well with the dogs that she will take care of.  Keep up the great work Jacy!!
    Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

    Alyssa Allen
    has been selected as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month for September.  Alyssa is always pleasant to have in class because she brings her sense of humor and competitive spirit with her every day.  Alyssa is on the girls volleyball, basketball and cross country teams at Randolph Southern. She also likes playing softball and is contemplating track in the spring.  Alyssa would like to go to college after her high school career for something to do with her main love….horses. If you can’t find Alyssa on the court, track or diamond, she’s with her horses.  Keep up the great work Alyssa!
    Selected by Mr.Curtis Deckard

    August Students of the Month

    Dwight Ledbetter has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for August. Dwight has shown tremendous effort in his school work to start off his senior year. While he attends school in the morning, the past two years he has attended vocational school in the afternoons. Last year he attended vocational school to be an auto technician, and this year that work has paid off as he does a co-op and works at John Deere as a mechanic and Ag technician. After high school Dwight plans to continue working at John Deere  and continue his education in Toledo, Ohio with an intern program through work. Keep up the great work ethic Dwight!
    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    Josh Good has been selected as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for August. Academically, Josh has challenged himself in honors courses across the board, and he excels in all of them. He is also involved in sports and clubs. Josh is currently the number one singles tennis player for the Rebels. He also serves his school community through student council. Although he is extremely busy with a challenging academic schedule and with extracurricular activities, he always finds time to enjoy a great book. His future is sure to be  successful. Have a great year, Josh!
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Olivia Thurston has been selected as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for August. Olivia is a truly unique individual who has a quick wit that is always welcomed in the classroom. Olivia displays a vast array of talents and interests outside of the classroom. She is a member of the softball team as well as the girls golf team. She is also a member of both the art club and the book club at Randolph Southern. With an interest in historical and cultural studies and channeling her inner Indiana Jones, Olivia aspires to be an archaeologist following her completion of high school.
    Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

    Bishop McDavid has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month.  Bishop returns to Randolph Southern after finishing last school year in Kansas, and we are glad to have him back. He is so full of energy, and he is off to a great start this school year. During the school day he can be seen joking around with Mr. Pruitt. In his free time, Bishop likes to play Fortnite and soccer. When Bishop graduates from high school he wants to become a cop. Keep up the great work Bishop!
    Selected by Miss Lauren Day

    Gracie Isenbarger has been chosen as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. Gracie describes herself as “not afraid to do anything, no matter how challenging.” She stays busy both in and out of the classroom, and has participated in archery, volleyball, softball, and basketball. She also enjoys horseback riding and caring for her many, many pets. Because of her love for animals (especially horses), Gracie hopes to pursue a career in veterinary technology following high school graduation.
    Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy

    Mason Wolfal has been selected as the Randolph Southern seventh grade student of the month. Mason started the year having a lot of trouble with his locker.  His perseverance paid off and he can now open his locker with no problem. He is kind and helpful to all his peers. Mason enjoys playing video games and helping his younger siblings with homework. He wants to go to college when he graduates high school.  Mason is currently deciding between the future careers of being an actor or an astronaut.
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt



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