At Cedaredge Middle School, teachers nominate students in their classes for Student of the Month honors. The November students were recently announced.
Mckenzie Moore was nominated by Mr. Craig, who states, "Mckenzie is a very diligent student that is always on task and ready to participate in class. Although quiet, she sets an example for other students. She, in my view, is headed for success and it is a joy to have her in class."
Drew Markley was nominated by Mrs. Dunbar, who states, "Drew is a great kid in general. He comes to class always prepared and on time. His work is always complete and to the best of his ability. He also has a great sense of humor, and he doesn't take himself too seriously. Drew 100% deserves to be the Student of the Month."
Matthew Miller was nominated by Mrs. Kehmeier, who states, "Matthew comes to class everyday with a smile on his face. He gets right to work and keeps on task and does a great job! He is a joy to have in class."
Mason Snyder was nominated by Mrs. Rupp, who states, "Mason has shown great improvement in my classroom. He is a very well-behaved student and strives to do well. He has taken ownership of his learning and does his best on every assignment. It is a pleasure to watch him grow as a student and a person."
Kendall McHugh was nominated by Mrs. Henderson, who states, "Kendall is such an important part of CMS. She is one of the best athletes in the 8th grade, one of the nicest kids in the entire school, and one of the students that I can ask to help me do absolutely anything and she will do it with a smile. Kendall is a shining example for everyone here."
Colton Hoerr was nominated by Mrs. Wasser, who states, "Colton is a student that comes to class each and every day ready to learn. He embodies our school's 'core values' and he is pleasure to teach! I love that he is a role model for his peers!"
Cole Stumpf was nominated by Mr. Long, who states, "Cole has taken great ownership of his learning this year. He takes pride and responsibility for his assignments and any make-up work. Great job, Cole!"
Caitlin Stroup was nominated by Mrs. Cerise, who states, "She is a wonderful kid. Her work ethic is great, she works well with others, she stays on task, her work is always meticulously done, she is always pleasant and respectful to others, and she adds greatly to the classroom environment in every way."
Brooke Toothaker was nominated by Ms. Kinsey, who states, "Brooke helps Rakia everyday in art. She looks forward to the opportunity to help another student. I appreciate her joyful attitude everyday. I love the opportunity to teach this special student."
Alyssa Kissner was nominated by Mrs. Dannels, who states, "Alyssa is hard-working, consistent, and shows a great desire to be successful in all that she does. She isn't afraid to ask questions and takes responsibility for all of her work and behavior. Her humor is quiet, but adds to class. I enjoy having her as a student."
Sierra Baldozier was nominated by Mr. Rodriguez, who states, "Sierra has done an outstanding job as CMS Student Council President! She is extremely conscientious as she works with the staff and the students to help make CMS a better place. I have been especially impressed with her sincerity, maturity, and leadership in her volunteer role. I wish we had more students like Sierra!"
Ethan Fritchman was nominated by Miss McPherson, who states, "He works really hard in math class and is very helpful."
CMS principal Paul Rodriguez congratulated the students for the example they set for their fellow students, noting, "It is so important for our young people to accept the challenge of responsibility and hard work."blog comments powered by Disqus