Students of the Week – 1/28/19

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Students of the Week – 1/28/19

The nominated students from each grade for Students of the Week

The nominated students from each grade for Students of the Week

Jasmin Lykke

The nominated students from each grade for Students of the Week

Jasmin Lykke

Jasmin Lykke

The nominated students from each grade for Students of the Week

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The Register online have started a new series of “Students of the week”, where teachers nominate students from every grade, who deserve recognition for during an excellent job. These are the following students that have been chosen for the title in the week 1/28/19-2/3/19, we will update the series every Monday.

9th James Freiberger

James is very involved with student council and plans on doing Track and Field.

Hunter Lambright had this to say about James –  “He’s a tireless worker, always volunteering for anything our extracurriculars need. He’s worked around 18-20 nights of concessions for all areas of Student Council.

 

 

10th Ariana Hernandez

Ariana is a member of the early college program.

Cammi Fulvi nominated Ariana based of these reasons –  “She always looks on the bright side, she finds ways to be positive, funny, and a kid in every class. She’s quick to lend a hand to teachers or classmates and helps build a lighthearted and supportive atmosphere in our class.”

11th Daeneisha-Nicol Austin

Daeneisha was a football manager and plans on doing Track and Field.

Heidi Hisrich nominated Daeneisha-Nicol based of these reasons – “She’s always super focused and hardworking in class, and sets a good example for underclassmen.”

12th Brianna Pfoutz

Brianna is involved in the AVP club.

Katie Reising nominated Brianna based on these reasons –  “She’s a pleasure to have in class. She comes in, gets organized, and stays engaged. She’s not on her phone and I appreciate her participation.”

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