Lizett Andrade, nominated by Mrs. Danielle Lopez, is an eighth grader at DMS. Lizett cares about her grades and Delta Middle School and always does her best, whether it is in the classroom, helping in the office or welcoming students to DMS at registration. What impresses Mrs. Lopez is that she is more than willing to help anyone and everyone in math.
She works well with anyone in the class. Lizett has voluntarily given up her time to tutor another student.
"Lizett is such a caring, wonderful individual," said Mrs. Lopez. "We are fortunate to have her with us at Delta Middle School."
This month's seventh grade student is Kaleb Hawkins, recognized by Mrs. Jime Charlesworth. Kaleb exemplifies the word success: a most intelligent and talented student. In addition to his success in academics, he is very involved in Delta Middle School including National Junior Honor Society, Destination Imagination, drama, Math Counts, gifted and talented, honor roll, and Knowledge Bowl. Kaleb also plays a key leadership role in DMS's College for Every Student program, and he helped organize the VFW assembly in November. Outside of school, Kaleb is a student leader in his church and a member of the JOY team. His caring attitude towards others was recently demonstrated when he helped pull weeds for an elderly neighbor. Mrs. Charlesworth was proud to nominate Kaleb Hawkins as Student of the Month.
Mr. Evan Cummings and Mrs. Deb Salcedo recommended sixth grader Claire Corbasson. She is a wonderful student to have in class. She works hard, goes above and beyond expectations, and brings a sweet smile and spirit to class every day. Claire is an exceptionally hard worker and has a wonderfully positive attitude. In class, Claire is extremely focused, regularly contributes, completes work that is above and beyond what is asked of her, asks questions that benefit all students, models positive behaviors and is very creative in her writing. Additionally, Claire is a very enthusiastic learner, always pushing herself to do better and to work at an advanced level — truly a Student of the Month.blog comments powered by Disqus