As part of the newly adopted Panther Achievement Support System and Pride Program, teachers at Delta Middle School will nominate students each month to be Students of the Month.
Honored students for the month of January are Jaspar Carmichael, Megan Sandoval and Naomi Hayner.
Jaspar Carmichael, a sixth grader, was nominated by Scott Groenke. Jaspar has been a remarkable math student. He is willing to show multiple solutions on challenging math problems, question the teacher when the teacher is incorrect, and currently has a 100 percent in class. Jaspar, despite "sitting in the back of the class," is always on task.
Megan Sandoval, a seventh grader, was honored by Danielle Lopez. Mrs. Lopez writes that Megan is enthusiastic, motivated, hard working and a leader in her math classroom. "I asked her to mentor a shy ELL student in math and she went above and beyond what I asked. She continues to support this ELL student long after the tutoring. In class, she is always participating whether in small group or whole class activities. She works well with all classmates, which makes her a true leader. She is involved with sports, friends with a variety of students, and in my mind, a true role model. I trust her fully. Megan's just a mature, great kid."
Naomi Hayner, an eighth grader, was recognized by Mrs. Price. Naomi is always helpful, especially when there is a substitute teacher, She is always actively involved in class with her willingness to discuss and encourage others to get involved, as well. Naomi is an incredibly hard worker meeting huge demands and expectations. She is a great student.blog comments powered by Disqus