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Congratulations to our students of the month for April!
This is a photo collage of the students of the month for April.

The students of the month for April are:

Pre-K

Trau: Steven Walker always does a great job listening and following directions at school. He tries very hard to participate both virtually and during our hybrid day. He has shown tremendous growth this year. He wants to succeed in school and is eager to learn. He attempts ever task we ask of him and shows pride in his work. He is kind to all of his peers and respectful to adults.

Kindergarten

Kuns: Hannah Rabun (not pictured) is our student of the month. When I was asked to choose the student in my class that exudes the bee expectation of being a person of integrity, my first thought immediately went to Hannah. Hannah shows integrity to each member of our school community, whether that be me, Mrs. Nooks, our class members, classroom visitors, or our specials teachers. I know that I can always count on Hannah to show every member in our school community kindness! It is a true blessing and honor to be Hannah’s teacher!


Taft
: Kabel Tekle is our class April Student of the Month. He is a great example of a person of integrity when in the classroom. He is always on time to school and ready to go! He always has his assignments ready when we are working together as a class. He likes to share his ideas with the class. He is one of the first to log on in the morning for school. Kabel is a a person of integrity!


Teague
: Leiyah Douglas has been selected as the April Student of the Month because she sets a great example of being a person of integrity. She is consistently doing the right thing without having to be asked. She is always on task, following directions quickly, and can do things independently without redirection. Leiyah has been an awesome asset to our classroom community!


Traylor
: Lawson Brown has been selected as the April Student of the Month. He is a true person of integrity when in the classroom.  Lawson always makes sure that she and her classmates follow directions, and reminds us of what we should be doing.

 

1st Grade

Burgess: James Harris shows integrity daily with his positive attitude, eagerness to learn and his willingness to help both his classmates and his teachers. James is a true HCE Honeybee! James has grown in his reading, math, and articulation. James is respectful to his teachers, parents, and classmates. James is a well-mannered, smart, well behaved little boy who works hard and takes pride in his work. James is an outstanding example of HCE standards. It is my great honor to nominate James Harris as our April student of the month. 


Edwards
: Kensli Victor has been selected as the April Student of the Month. She is a true person of integrity when in the classroom. Kensli always makes sure that she and her classmates follow directions.  


Martin
: Ellaina Pruitt (not pictured) has been selected as the April Student of the Month. She is a true person of integrity when in the classroom. She always makes sure that she and her classmates follow directions, and reminds us of school safety. She is well mannered and respectful. She constantly shows HCE 5 BEE EXPECTATIONS! Academically, she is awesome! I am proud to be her teacher!

 

2nd Grade

Adams: Rylie Wood (not pictured) is our Student of the Month for April! The theme for this month is being a person of integrity. Integrity is doing the right thing even when it is hard or when no one else is looking. True integrity is abiding by the rules because you know that it is the right thing to do! Rylie is a good example of this bee expectation in our classroom and is constantly helping others, showing responsibility, and respect for his classmates and for me, his teacher! Thank you, Rylie


Morgan
: Brandon Atkins is always on time and works hard to complete all assignments.  He is honest about all situations and openly ask questions and lets me know what he may not understand and anything I forgot.  He helps his classmates remember how to navigate to assignments and what directions were given.  He strives hard to be his best daily.


Russell
: Kathryn Mukupa is definitely a little person of integrity.  She displays honesty and a truly wholesome spirit in everything she does.  She talks to her friends nicely and is consistently cordial and respectful.  Also, Kathryn has such incredible manners.  She is very quick to say “Thank you!”  I really love her sweet spirit!


Turner: Imara Reynolds-Evans is a person of integrity. She is honest and trustworthy. Imara does her own work independently. Imara is honest and admits if she has made a mistake. She is a model student of integrity for her classmates.

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Natajha Taylor has been selected as the April Student of the Month. She is a true person of integrity when in the classroom. Natajha always makes sure that she and her classmates follow directions, and reminds us of school safety. When in the classroom, Natajha shows her scholarly level of integrity. 


Mills: Aubree Gardner came to Honey Creek Elementary School in March. Since being here she has strived to do her best and stay on top of her work. Aubree comes to school and logs in every morning in a timely manner. She shows up every morning with enthusiasm and eagerness to learn. She is an amazing student and has shown so much integrity in the short time she has been in my classroom. I have enjoyed her so much!


Mitchell: Adrian Brown has done a phenomenal job this year! He actively participates in all lessons and collaborates with his classmates both virtually and in the classroom. He comes to class on time and is back from breaks with his camera on and ready to go, and is respectful to those around him!


Ward: Andre Stewart (not pictured) was chosen as student of the month because of his integrity, his eagerness to learn, and strive towards success. Andre continuously shows up each day ready to show out! Way to go Andre, keep up the great work.

 

4th Grade

Hugley: Aniya Jarrett has been selected as the April Student of the Month. She is a true person of integrity each and every day. Aniya always follows the rules and prides herself on such a deed. I admire that the most in her. She is a definitive example of a Person of Integrity. 


Royal: I am impressed with Aviyah Gardner’s efforts this month. She has completed each of her Math and Science assignments for the 4th quarter and earned a perfect 100% on all. That is phenomenal! It takes a true Person of Integrity to persevere and complete all assignments on time and with minimal assistance.


Smith: Ever Barnett has demonstrated “beeing a person of integrity” in the classroom. The transition back to school was somewhat difficult for Ever, because of the changes and requirements.  Initially, she struggled with following the guidelines, but she quickly adjusted and has been following the safety guidelines and expectations. Continue to Rise Up Ever, you Rock!


Young: Mia Nichols is being recognized for Student of the Month for April. Mia is a very kind student who is dedicated and willing to positively approach tasks. Mia recognizes and follows the school wide BEE expectations. She shows consideration to others by always showing respect to her teachers and peers. We are excited to have Mia as a fourth-grade student at Honey Creek Elementary.

 

5th Grade

Brown: Lynae Jackson is a perfect representative of having Integrity. In the classroom, She is honest and helps her classmates to do the correct thing. If a classmate needs help, Lynae will send them a message in our chat to help them out. She follows all school/virtual rules and encourages her classmates as well. I am very proud of Lynae, as being virtual has been very difficult for her. She counties to work hard and do her best in this space. I’m so happy to nominate her for April’s student of the month.


Grant: Jaylah Carswell has been selected as the April Student of the Month. She is a true person of integrity when in the classroom. Jaylah always makes sure that she and her classmates follow directions, and reminds us of school safety. When in the classroom, Jaylah shows her scholarly level of integrity.


JeJe: Niyanna Taylor is a great young lady.  She is also a wonderful student.  She is a person of integrity.  I really appreciate her hard work.  She takes her time to check on things and ensure that they have been completed.  I appreciate that once she has completed assignments, she will also check in with us and make sure we are aware of what she has done.  She is also a very sweet young lady.  When she is school, she always takes the time to make sure that I am good.  She is respectful and kind.  Thank you Niyanna for always being such a great young lady.


Winfield: Katelyn Burton has truly shown her integrity this school year. Katelyn has shown that she is dedicated to ensuring that she is successful in all subjects. She continues to do the right thing regardless of the circumstances. Katelyn rocks!


Congratulations to our students of the month for March!

This is a photo collage of the students of the month for March.

The students of the month for March are:

Pre-K

Trau: Whether virtual or face to face, Kalea Robinson (not pictured) is always ready and prepared to for school. She works independently and is willing to try everything we ask of her. She has adjusted to face to face learning well and always comes to school with everything she needs on time and with her iPad fully charged. She participates, raises her hands and is eager to learn. She is an AMAZING HONEY BEE!

Kindergarten

Kuns: For the month of March, I have chosen Kensley Cooper to be our student of the month. Kensley shows responsibility by being prepared for class each day. She always has all of her school materials ready and nearby for each lesson. I know that I can always count on Kensley to complete her assignments and be ready to learn with all of her supplies. It is a true blessing and honor to be Kensley’s teacher!

 

Taft: Lola Brown is a great choice for Student of the Month! She shows the trait “Bee Responsible” in class. She participates in our lessons, shares ideas with her classmates, and works hard.  Lola is friendly and is always smiling.  She has a great spirit! I am so glad she is our Student of the Month for March!

 

Teague: Salem Treadwell has been selected to be our March student of the month. I chose Salem as our March student of the month, because he always demonstrates responsibility in our classroom. He always comes to class, virtually and in person, prepared and ready to learn. He takes care of his belongings, brings what he needs to school, gets out his materials quickly when asked, and just overall does what he is supposed to do consistently. Salem has been a pleasure to have in my class this year!

 

Traylor: Azari Pearson-Norfleet has been selected to be the March student of the month. She is a pleasure to have in class whether in-person or virtually. Azari is friendly with the other students and loves to share her adventures. She is responsible when it comes to taking care of herself and her things.

 

1st Grade

Burgess: Joshua Speeid is a truly responsible HCE Honeybee! Joshua has grown in his reading, writing and math. Joshua eagerly participates in class and he always remembers to raise his hand. Joshua is respectful to his teachers, parents, and classmates. Joshua is a well-mannered, smart, friendly. Joshua works hard and takes pride in his work and displays good behavior. Joshua is an outstanding example of HCE standards. It is my great honor to nominate Joshua Speeid as our March student of the month.

 

Edwards: Jameson Williams is a very responsible student. He shows up to class on time every single day. He always turns in his assignments. He participates in class. He has been a joy to have in my class!

 

Martin: Ava Pruitt (not pictured) is an excellent student. She is well mannered and respectful. She constantly shows HCE 5 Bee EXPECTATIONS! She is always RESPONSIBLE!!! I am proud to be her teacher!

 

Pope: Malahn Snow is nothing less than remarkable. I had the pleasure of watching a shy, non-confident student TRANSORM. She has transformed to a wonderful student that believes in herself. Malahn has increased her overall scores in every subject area and is a major positive influence within the classroom. I have really enjoyed watching this young lady change. And like the Marvel characters; Malahn is a transformer “there is more than meets the eye”!

 

2nd Grade

Adams: Leon Douglas is Student of the Month for March! The theme for this month is BEE RESPECTFUL. Through the transition into the Hybrid Learning Model this month, Leon has shown kindness and consideration to his classmates and teachers. He is a great leader when learning online and when learning in person. Leon is an outgoing, smart, kind, responsible, energetic, and all-around pleasant student to have in class this year. It is a joy to teach such a responsible student and I cannot wait to see all that Super Wolverine Leon accomplishes this year!

 

Morgan: Maya Nash is on time daily. She comes prepared and is ready to work. She makes sure all her assignments are submitted in a timely manner.  When she is absent, she makes sure she gets any missed assignments and makes sure they are completed quickly.  She consistently has all of her necessary materials and a charged computer ready to learn when class begins.

 

Russell: Ryleigh Shirley (not pictured) works so hard every day and consistently does her best. She gets along so nicely with all of her classmates and she comes to school each day with a wonderful attitude and spirit!

 

Turner: Bria Wade is a very responsible student. She logs into Teams daily and takes responsibility for her own schoolwork. She does her own assignments independently and asks questions for clarity when needed. She is a hard worker and such a pleasure to have in class.

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Aria Williams has exemplified qualities of being responsible in all subject areas. She makes sure that her work is complete as she asks questions, paces herself, and assists others as they work in small groups. Aria has truly shown that she is a responsible Honeybee.

 

Mills: Ruby Sanchez-Balderas is an awesome student who shows what it means to BEE Responsible each day! She completes her assignments in a timely manner. Ruby asks for help when she needs clarity on assignments as well as she knows that it is an important part of her learning. She is always on time and lets me know if she is going to be late because of internet trouble. Ruby makes sure that I am always recording my sessions and is always willing to help me out. She has always been very dependable and responsible.

 

Mitchell: Gavin Riddell has been nominated as our student of the month for March! Gavin displays great responsibility by completing his work in class, participating in class discussions, and using the skills and strategies that he has been taught when working independently!

 

Ward: Jayden Johnson is such a responsible student. He arrives on time each morning and comes ready to dive into learning. Each week he completes all his assignments and does exceptionally well on them all!  Jayden is a very well-rounded young man, and it truly is a pleasure and thrill to have him in our hive. Keep up the EXCELLENT WORK Mr. Johnson, Miss. Ward and all of your classmates are super proud of you!

 

4th Grade

Franklin-Riley: It is my pleasure to recommend Anthony Pope for SOTM. I have witnessed the positivity and humor Anthony brings to our virtual community. Not only is he an excellent and hard-working student, but she is also compassionate and committed to helping her classmates. Anthony is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. He is a hard worker and always ready to help his classmates out who are having technology problems.

 

Hugley: Solomon Washington is a joy to have in class. He is an extremely responsible student. He is generous to his classmates.  He is attentive to his teachers, and he accepts responsibility for his actions without hesitation. I am proud of the student he is. I stand in awe of the responsibilities that he volunteers for and I admire his willingness to take them on. These and so many other reasons are why Solomon Washington is my student of the month.

 

Royal: I am pleased to announce that I selected Lauren Anderson as the Student of the Month for March.  Lauren exemplifies being responsible. She demonstrates responsible behavior by putting forth her best effort when completing assignments. In addition, Lauren often shares her thinking with the class in a way that is clear and easily heard. Being responsible is just a part of who she is, everyday!

 

Smith: Desiree Thomas demonstrates “bee-ing responsible” daily. Desiree logs in early each day for class. Desiree asks questions to ensure she is on the right track and takes her time to complete assignments.  Desiree monitors the clock on her laptop to make sure she returns on time from breaks and lunch, sometimes opting not to take breaks.  She also monitors the time to ensure I start class on time.   Continue to Rise Up Desiree, you Rock!

 

Young: There is no one in my class that displays the characteristics of responsibility as well as Tiffany Chronicle. She is dependable and trustworthy and makes GOOD choices. When it comes to her work habits, assignments are carefully completed on time; she stays focused and responsive in class.  I cannot express how I have enjoyed the privilege of being on Tiffany's team this year.

 

5th Grade

Brown: Kingston Yon makes sure to manage his time well. He completes all his in-class assignments on time and is prepared for class with all his materials each day. Kingston is responsible with his use of the chat, his choice in background, and how he interacts with his classmates. Kingston also makes sure to be in each class on time and is always ready to go. Kingston has managed learning from home very well and deserves to be student of the month for March!

 

GrantBryant Parker takes his school responsibilities very seriously. He always makes sure that he knows what he is supposed to do and is never afraid to ask questions. Bryant checks in weekly to make sure that he’s completed all of his work for the week. We appreciate your efforts this year, Bryant. Keep it up!  

JeJe: Calvin Jones is a great young man.  He is a great help to me as well as to his classmates.  I can always depend on him to provide a response during our class discussions.  He is also very helpful in making sure I get things done.  Each day, he is one of a few students that remind me to press record.  It is a pleasure to have Calvin as a member of my class.  I am very thankful for all the kind things he does to help make each day a great day for me and the class.  Thank you so much Calvin.

 

Larsen: Aiden Terrell (not pictured) always asks for help and makes sure to get his assignments done. He even asks me to help his mom be informed of assignments so she can make sure he does them at home.

 

Winfield: Fernando Reynoso is an outstanding student. Fernando exemplifies outstanding characteristics as a scholar by being respectful, responsible, and always ready to learn. Fernando is a student that continues to show excellence in the classroom by ensuring he completes all his tasks.

 

Congratulations to our students of the month for February!

This is a photo collage of the students of the month for February.

The students of the month for February are:

Pre-K

Trau: Journey Mosley is so helpful, kind, and compassionate to her peers and adults. She was our mid-year good citizen. She is enthusiastic, prepared and eager to learn every day.

Kindergarten

Kuns: For the month of February, I have chosen Angelique Hernandez to be our student of the month. When I was asked to choose the student in my class that exudes the bee expectation of being respectful, my first thought immediately went to Angelique. Angelique always shows respect to each member of our school community, whether that be me, Mrs. Nooks, our class members, classroom visitors, or our specials teachers. I know that I can always count on Angelique to show every member in our school community kindness! It is a true blessing and honor to be Angelique’s teacher!

 

Taft: Laila Tucker is such a great Student of the Month for February! She is a good example of “Bee Respectful”. She raises her hand to share even online! She loves to share ideas and work assignments with the class. She is always following our 5 Bee Expectations. Laila is a wonderful student and hard worker! Laila is our fabulous Student of the Month for February!

 

Teague: Trey Thomas is a very sweet boy and has been a joy to have in my kindergarten class. Trey is consistently respectful of those he interacts with on a daily basis which is why I have chosen him to be our Student of the Month for February. Trey is always very respectful to his teachers and classmates. He is very courteous and polite when he speaks to the adults in our classroom. For example, whenever he is answering a yes/no question, he always responds with sir or ma’am. He speaks kindly to his classmates when working in small groups or times when students have a chance to interact in our virtual classroom.

 

Traylor: Malachi Davis is our student of the month for February. He begins every answer with Yes Ma’am. Malachi follows directions with no problems. He can often be found in his square listening to the stories shared by the friends; or frequently raising his hand to share his and his grandma’s adventures.

 

1st Grade

Burgess: Luis Vega is a friendly little boy who gets along well with his classmates. Luis works hard with his teacher daily to learn how to express himself and this has increased his class participation. Luis displays confidence now as he shares his ideas with his classmates. It is my great honor to nominate Luis Vega as February student of the month.

 

Edwards: Bryce Fuller is a great student! Bryce always raises his hand when he wants to share his answers. He is always polite and says “yes ma’am” when he is talking to me. He speaks to his classmates in a respectful manner. Bryce is such a joy to have in my class!

 

Martin: Baylee Bush (not pictured) is an excellent student. She is well mannered and respectful. She constantly shows HCE 5 BEE EXPECTATIONS! Academically, she is awesome! I am proud to be her teacher!

 

Pope: Rainah Davis is simply a wonderful person. Despite her daily challenges Rainah has faced in our virtual world, she has demonstrated that she is resilient and holds an attitude that “I will learn.” Her infectious voice warms the classroom.

 

2nd Grade

Adams: AJ Gardner is our student of the month for February! The theme this month is BEE RESPECTFUL. AJ is one of our newest honeybees and he has transitioned into our class with such grace, kindness, and a strong passion for learning! AJ is very caring and is always sure to use his manners when participating in class discussions. Thank you, AJ! Keep Bee-ing Respectful!

 

Morgan: Josiah Grier (not pictured) is a very respectful student. He shows respect to all authority figures and his classmates. No matter the situation Josiah displays calm, manners and respect to his entire school community.

 

Turner: Imara Reynolds-Evans is very respectful. She is respectful of my time and the time of her classmates. Imara pays attention in class. I know that if I call on her, she is able to give me an answer. I feel she sets an example to her peers with her manners and the respect she shows to me and to her classmates.

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Aubrey Ewings is a true model third grade scholar. She uses respectful language throughout the day as she participates in class. During the instruction, Aubrey waits patiently to ask and answer questions. When this scholar answers, she is full of detail, precise, and 99% of the time…correct. Aubrey Ewings is truly a Respectful Honeybee. Aubrey is Amazing!

 

Mills: Machi Washington is such a respectful young man. He always uses good manners when having conversations with myself or others in the classroom. He speaks in such a pleasant, calming manner. He always raises his hand before speaking and never disturbs the class. If he has questions, he keeps his hand raised and waits for me to finish giving instructions. He is always such a pleasure to interact with.

 

Ward: Dylan Morris is dedicated to success. He works diligently each week on all his assignments and is not afraid of challenges. He enjoys reading riddles in the classroom each day to make us all think and laugh. Having Dylan in our classroom is a complete joy. Way to go Dylan, Miss. Ward is so proud of you! Always remember with challenge comes change and with change comes growth. I look forward to watching you grow each day Mr. Professional Gamer!

 

4th Grade

Franklin-Riley: It is my pleasure to recommend Mariah Patterson for SOTM. She is a returning student, and we are delighted to have her back. I have witnessed the positivity and humor Mariah brings to our virtual community. Not only is she an excellent and hard-working student, but she is also compassionate and committed to helping her classmates. Mariah is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. She is a hard worker and always ready to step in and help virtually.

 

Hugley: Gavin Joyner is among the most respectful students I have had in a while. He is always courteous to his classmates and teachers. He is considerate of the feelings of others and is proud of his relationships with everyone. Those are just a couple of reasons Gavin has been selected as my student of the month.

 

Royal: I am pleased to announce that I selected Hugo Vega as the Student of the Month for February. Hugo is always kind to his classmates and teachers. His kindness shows when speaking to others and offering to contribute to our class. I want Hugo to keep being awesome!

 

Smith: Luis Lemus is a model student. He works hard to follow class expectations. Luis raises his hand to speak and is careful not to interrupt others when they are speaking. Luis’ commitment to “bee-ing respectful” is worthy of the Student of the Month award. Continue to Rise Up Luis, YOU ROCK!

 

5th Grade

Brown: Brielle Harvey comes to school every day and is polite to both her teachers and classmates. She speaks to her classmates nicely and will correct herself if she finds that she is not being kind. She listens during instruction time and works quietly during independent time to not disturb others. Brielle is a wonderful example on being respectful!

 

Grant: Jorden Ortiz is the epitome of a respectful student. He greets everyone with a hello in the morning and follows all school and classroom expectations. Jorden treats others the way he would like to be treated. We are so thankful to have Jorden in our class as a model student. Way to go, Jorden!

 

JeJe: Aidan Robel is a wonderful young man and student.  Each day, he enters the live and immediately speaks to me. He has different ways of saying hello as well as goodbye. This truly makes me smile every day. I also enjoy working with Aidan. He is eager to learn and is a hard worker. Throughout this year, he has consistently taken care of all of his responsibilities. I can even depend on him to share his thoughts with us during class. I love to hear his voice come forward with the answer. He has truly shown what the word respect stands for and how we can go about showing it to others. I am thankful for having him as a member of my class. Keep up the great work Aidan.

 

Larsen: Jalen Murray is always respectful to his peers and listens to instruction.

 

Winfield: Autumn Lewis is an outstanding student. Autumn exemplifies outstanding characteristics as a scholar student by being respectful, responsible, and always ready to learn. Autumn is a student that continues to show excellence in the classroom.


Congratulations to our students of the month for January!

This is a photo collage of the students of the month for January.

The students of the month for January are:

Pre-K

Loggins: Jonathan Lyons is always so eager and prepared to learn. He has his materials readily available and is always early to class. Jonathan is quick to answer questions and is attentive during his virtual sessions. Jonathan is excited for school each day and has done an amazing job with all his work. Way to go Jonathan! 

 

Trau: Dorian Freeman participates in all our activities and does a many extra activities. He has shown so much improvement this year. He is polite and always follows the class rules. He uses his technology correctly and waits his turn. He is eager to learn and is so proud of his accomplishments! We are too!

 

Kindergarten

Kuns: Ace Miller is our student of the month. When I was asked to choose the student in my class that exudes the bee expectation of being ready to learn, my first thought immediately went to Ace. Ace shows being ready to learn by being prepared for class each day. He always has all of his school materials ready and nearby for each lesson. I know that I can always count on Ace to be ready to learn with all of his supplies. It is a true blessing and honor to be Ace’s teacher!

 

Taft: Keaston Willis is an awesome choice for “Bee Ready to Learn”! Keaston has worked very hard making sure he is always ready for school. He always has his school supplies beside him ready. He is usually one of the first students ready to go with his materials when our lessons start!  He is always ready to share an answer or idea with his classmates. Keaston is a smart, attentive, and kind student.  I am so glad he is a part of our Kindergarten class! 

 

Teague: Kenneth Sheppard is such a joy to have in my virtual classroom. He is consistently focused, actively participating in all activities, and eager to learn every single day which is what makes him the best choice for student of the month for being ready to learn. Kenneth comes to class every morning focused and ready to learn and remains that way the entire day. I rarely have to remind him of those expectations, because he is already doing it. He is always the first to raise his hand to answer a question or share something with his classmates. Kenneth is usually one of the first students to have their materials out when asked. He follows directions the first time they are given. He has been an excellent role model for the other students in our class of how to be ready to learn. I continue to be impressed by his focus and work ethic every day! Way to go Kenneth! 

 

Traylor: Journee has been selected to be the student of the month because she is a great example of a honeybee ready to learn. She comes to our sessions ready for the day. She participates willingly and frequently. She has shown to be friendly with other students and respectful with teachers and frequent visitors. She keeps the class on point with all the latest GoNoodle characters and dances. 

 

1st Grade

Burgess: Cameron Cooper is a true HCE Honeybee! Cameron has grown in his articulation, and class participation. Cameron is respectful to his teachers, parents, and classmates. Cameron is a well-mannered, smart, friendly little boy who works hard and takes pride in his work and displays good behavior on-line. Cameron is an outstanding example of HCE standards, it is my great honor to nominate Cameron Cooper as our January student of the month.

 

Campbell: Amir Johnson is an amazing example of “Bee Ready to Learn”.  He listens to directions and is prepared in class.  He does a great job of keeping his device charged.  The supplies he needs daily are close at hand.  Amir does a wonderful job of making sure he is back from breaks and transitions in a timely manner. I think he is a great example to his classmates of ALL the “Bee Ready to Learn” expectations!

 

Edwards: Madelyn Lee comes to school ready to learn each day. She is prepared with her headphones on and sitting waiting to hear the directions. She always has her materials next to her. She always asks for help if she does not understand. She is a great honeybee who is ready to learn each day!  

 

Martin: Micah Samuels (not pictured) is an excellent student. He is well mannered and respectful. He constantly shows HCE 5 Bee Expectations! He is always ready for school! I am proud to be her teacher!

 

Pope: Belastyn Juhanna is nothing more than an exceptional student. She continues to perform above and beyond what she is expected to do each day. To top it all off she is consistently kind to others and demonstrates a bubbly positive attitude each day. This is why little Miss Belastyn is this January’s BEE Queen.

 

2nd Grade

Adams: Peyton Callagain is Student of the Month for January. The theme for Student of the Month is “Bee Ready to Learn”. Being ready to learn means that this student is always on time, has the correct materials prepared to class, engages in our discussions in an appropriate manner, and participates according to the teacher’s expectations. Sometimes, Peyton even keeps me on time during class because I can get carried away in our discussions or lessons! I can always rely on Peyton to be paying attention and participating. Thank you for following directions and always sharing your personal experiences with us, Peyton! I cannot wait to see all that you accomplish this year!

 

Morgan: Jeremiah Dennis (not pictured) reports to class daily with his camera on and ready to engage in classroom activity.  He shows up daily with a positive attitude and greats his class daily with a nice and pleasant “Good Morning”. 

 

Russell: Whitney Compton (not pictured) loves to learn and it really, really shows!  She always participates actively.  She frequently asks questions when she needs assistance or doesn’t understand.  Whitney comes to school ready to learn and excited about the day ahead of her! 

 

Turner: Justin Ingram is on time for class and has things ready for each lesson. When I ask students to show me they are ready for a PBIS point, he is always able to show me he is ready. Justin participates in class consistently, which allows me to know that he is on task. Justin sets a great example for his classmates of what it means to “Bee Ready to Learn.”

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Terry Beam has been selected the January Student of the Month. His engagement and willingness to ask questions has grown throughout first semester. If Terry has technical concerns with entering the classroom, he makes sure that his grandmother sends a message to call him into our virtual learning environment. Terry’s presents are always noticed through his facial expressions, and his favorite saying, “Dr. Hawkins, this is Terry, I’m here.” I’m mostly proud of how Terry makes real life connections to instruction in math, reading, social studies, and his favorite, science. Terry is truly my January Student of the Month. His growth and engagement make him a True Honeybee who is always ready to Learn. 

 

Mills: Nahla Crawford is an amazing student who is always willing to go the extra mile when it comes to her grades and learning. She takes it upon herself to ask about her assignment and tutoring sessions. She is extremely eager to learn and always ready to give the correct answer as soon as a question is asked. Nahla is usually the first one to enter my virtual classroom each morning. As soon as she arrives, she takes time to ask about assignments and looks over her feedback for graded work. I see such immense maturity in Nahla. She truly shows what it takes for BEE-ing Ready to Learn.

 

Mitchell: Mykah Williams shows what being ready to learn looks like by having his materials nearby when they are needed and not just his notebooks, pencils, and paper, he also makes sure to open any online materials needed for a lesson. Mykah also shows that he is ready to learn by making sure his camera is on during the entire day!

 

Ward: TaNorris Varnum always stays on top of his assignments. He asks questions whenever he is unsure and strives to improve each and every day. His commitment to growth and improvement is admired in our classroom. Each day he comes to class prepared and ready to engage in class discussions and activities. Way to go TaNorris, keep striving to reach your full potential, Miss. Ward is so proud of you!

 

4th Grade

Franklin-Riley: It is my pleasure recommend Alani Thomas for SOTM. I have witnessed her positivity and humor that Alani brings to our virtual community. Not only is she an excellent and hard-working student, she is compassionate and committed to helping others. Alani is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. She is a hard worker and always ready to participate.

 

Hugley: Each morning, Darryn Brooks shows up to class ready to learn. He is always prepared for the day’s lessons and is eager to participate. He is kind and courteous to his classmates and willing to assist anyone in need. These are just a few reasons why Darryn has been selected as Student of the Month. 

 

Royal: What do you call a scholar who does things that other students do not? A’Miyah Palmer is a champion! Her level of effort is exceptional. Her willingness to try is unmatched. I am extremely proud of A’Miyah!

 

Smith: Aaliyah Mills had a difficult time focusing to stay on tasks, and an even more difficult time getting started. She recognized she was distracted by things going on around her.  She worked hard to block the distractions, began coming to class early (usually the first to join), and organized her workspace. With determination and ongoing support from her grandmother, Aaliyah has earned the award of student of the month. Continue to Rise Up Aaliyah, you Rock!

 

Young: Gabriel Minter (not pictured) signs in every morning/session ready to go. He has a smile and a “Good Morning!” He participates in class whenever he has the chance. He quickly lets me know when he has a question or just wants to share (he loves to share).

 

5th Grade

Brown: Elijah Burroughs is the perfect example of being ready to learn. Each day, he is shows up with his camera on and ready to go with. He always responds to class questions and participates in discussions. He always shares codes to games and login information in the chat. He always comes to class with a question regarding the lesson for the day. He is also one of the first students to volunteer to read out loud.

 

Grant: Samson Gilmore is the very definition of ready to learn. Every morning Samson brings his best to class. I can always count on Samson to contribute during class discussions especially when he makes a real-world connection during a lesson. Samson’s charisma and keen sense of humor is a breath of fresh air this year. It is both and honor and a joy to be his teacher.

 

JeJe: I am honored to highlight Michael Williams as our January Student of the Month.  Michael is an excellent student.  He is a very quiet young man, but he is always Ready to Learn.   He is consistently ready for any discussion and he quietly chimes in with his response to the topic.  Not only is he ready to provide an answer, but he is also always willing to help his classmates.  If we are struggling with a task, he gently explains to us how to take care of it.  He is a true scholar in all areas.  Thank you Michael for always being a great “Honey Bee.”

 

Larsen: Jaylen Moreland is always ready for class and there on time. He asks questions when he doesn’t understand something, and he participates in class discussions.

 

Winfield: Jamez Bell has demonstrated the characteristics of a responsible student. He continues to make good choices that lead to ensuring his educational goals are met each day. He is always ready to learn for every class session. Jamez is an awesome role model that exhibits what responsibility should look like for a student.

 

Congratulation to our students of the month for December!

This is a photo collage of the students of the month for December.
The students of the month for December are:

Pre-K

Loggins: Charity-Bella Gibbons is present to all her virtual sessions and is prepared for them as well. She is always ready to attend, learn, and create wonderful work samples using her imagination. Bella attends all sessions with a smile on her face and an eagerness to work each day. Way to go, Bella! 

 

Trau: Judah Fuchs is always in class and ready to go. He is eager to share and learn. He always comes back from breaks on time and is excited about sharing what he has learned.

 

Kindergarten

Taft: Lynae Duncan is an excellent choice for Student of the Month! Lynae is very focused during her school day. She completes her work and is actively involved with lessons online with her teacher and peers. She is friendly to everyone in her class. She always greets everyone with a “good morning” and smile every morning. What a smart, sweet, and kindhearted Honeybee she is! 

 

Teague: Dallas Winfield continually demonstrates “beeing” present and punctual in our classroom at Honey Creek Elementary. Dallas is present in our virtual class every day during our live sessions. She is also one of the few students who completes every asynchronous lesson I assign as well. Dallas is consistently on time when we take breaks. She is typically one of the first students back from a break and ready to learn during our next session. Dallas is an excellent role model for other students in our virtual classroom when it comes to being present and punctual. I continue to be amazed by her each day. 

 

Traylor: Deasia Smith is often sharing her experiences and ideas. She is full of enthusiasm and consistently ready to share an answer or help a struggling friend. Deasia remembers the expectations and readily shows them daily and it is this reason she is our December Student of the Month. 

 

1st Grade

Burgess: James Harris shows respect for his teachers, parents, and classmates. James is a true HCE Honeybee! James has grown in his reading, math, articulation, and class participation. James is respectful to his teachers, parents, and classmates. James is a well-mannered, smart, friendly little boy who works hard and takes pride in his work and displays good behavior on-line. James is an outstanding example of HCE standards. It is my great honor to nominate James Harris as our December student of the month.

 

Campbell: Jameson Williams is an all-around amazing Honey Bee. He is present and punctual in addition to being responsible, respectful, a person of integrity, and ready to learn. He makes me so proud! I am thankful for him every day!

 

Edwards: Erin Reed is a great student and sets an example for her classmates. She raises her hand, asks questions when she does not understand, and pays attention during class. She is kind and so respectful towards her classmates and her teachers.

Martin: MarQues Peters is a wonderful student. He is dedicated in showing all 5 Bee’s from PBIS at all times.  He is honest and trustworthy. I am proud to be his teacher!

 

2nd Grade

Adams: Darius Freeman is Student of the Month for December. The theme for Student of the Month is “Bee Respectful”. Respect includes showing care and giving attention. Darius is always on time for class and ready to learn. He shows that he cares about school by completing all of his classwork and sharing during class in an appropriate manner. Darius is passionate about his learning, his classmates, and his teacher! I really enjoy teaching Darius this year! Thank you for following directions and sharing your stories with us, Darius! I cannot wait to see all that you accomplish this year!

Morgan: Maya Nash reports to live lessons on time each day ready to learn. She turns in all classroom assignments in a timely manner. Maya is always present during every lesson and ready to participate as needed. 

 

Russell: Alonzo Rogers works so hard every single day. He always participates and does his best. He is an excellent student who consistently exemplifies the HCE Expectations!! 

 

Turner: Joshua Hunt is the model student for being present and punctual. Joshua is always the first one to come to class. Even after lunch, when everyone is feeling tired and lazy, Joshua is present and punctual for class and for learning. Joshua participates in class consistently, which lets me know that he is present.

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Alaina Holloman is a joy to work with in our virtual classroom. I can depend on her to be one of the first students in class, and ready to learn. Alaina enjoys asking questions, submitting her work on time, and leading the class in classroom conversations. I am a fortunate teacher to have Alaina in my class. She is truly a top-notch scholar. 

 

Mills: I am proud to announce that Makyla Partin is December’s Student of the Month. Makyla is always present and punctual. I do not have to remind her of log in days or times. She always returns from her other classes in a timely manner. Makyla also returns from breaks, small group sessions, and lunch on time daily without having to be called back in. She has such great enthusiasm to learn and is always doing her best. Makyla has gone above and beyond to show what it takes to Bee Present and Punctual! 

Mitchell: Alex Castillo-Ayala has displayed great examples of what it means to “bee” present and punctual in our class. He is always on time to class every morning and back on time to each session after a break. He shows what it looks like to “bee” present by not only coming back from breaks on time, but by also participating in class discussions by answering questions or sharing how he solved math problems in the class chat!

Ward: Bryson Thomas

4th Grade

Franklin-Riley: Shaniah Simmons is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. She is a hard worker, and always ready to participate in class.

 

Hugley: Giselle Colmenares is always the first student to log into class each day. Not only is Giselle early for class, but she is also prepared with whatever learning materials she needs. As with any eager student, Giselle makes her presence known in class through her class participation. Giselle is an absolute joy to have in class. That is why Giselle is my December Student of The Month. 

 

Royal: If you ever want to know what time class starts, just check with Brynn Holloman! When I start Teams, Brynn is usually waiting in the lobby. Every day she comes to class with her materials ready and a positive attitude. Awesome! 

 

Smith: Luis Lemus started the school year having a difficult time navigating and understanding the steps for Teams and Itslearning. He pushed his older sibling to help him daily, even if it meant interrupting her online lessons or getting that older sibling “leave me alone” look. With perseverance and eagerness to participate, Luis has earned the award of student of the month. Continue to Rise Up Luis, you Rock!!!! 

 

Young: Mina Banks is one of my most reliable, present and punctual students. She is consistently on time and present in the moment which shows her respect for school and her classmates. She has worked on time management skills that have improved her ability to accomplish goals in a timely manner.

 

5th Grade

Brown: Darriell Thomas is such a great example of being present and punctual. Every morning, he comes to class and greets not only his teachers but his classmates. He makes sure he is in the right link for class when it is time. Darriell is also engaged in each lesson by asking questions, answering in the chat, and participating in the lesson. I am very proud of Darriell and how well he has adjusted to virtual learning!

 

Grant: Corrine Miles demonstrates being present and punctual class and after class. She is always on time and makes sure to greet her teachers and fellow students in class. Corrine is a new honeybee this year, and Ms. Brown and I are so happy to have her in our classes. Keep up the great work, Corrine!

 

JeJe: Zebulun Little is an excellent student. He has been consistently present and ready to learn each day. I really enjoy hearing him make comments in the live. He is very quiet, but knowledgeable. He has an inner drive to do well and that he cares about his education. He is clearly on a path to be a very successful driven young man. It is apparent that his present and punctual manner aides him in performing great task and building a powerful base to showing success. Thanks a lot Zebulun for all that you do each day.

 

Larsen: Quanmeire Ashe is always in class and ready to go. He always comes back from breaks on time and encourages others to do so as well. 

 

Winfield: Angeles Vaca Murillo is an outstanding student. Angeles exemplifies outstanding characteristics as a scholar by being present, punctual, and always ready to learn. Angeles is a student that continues to show excellence in the classroom.

 

Congratulations to our students of the month for November!

This is a photo collage of the students of the month for November.

The students of the month for November are:

Pre-K

Loggins: Giovanni Pegues is a student who cares for others and is willing to share and help his peers. Giovanni is helpful around his home and is a wonderful little brother to his big brother! Giovanni demonstrates integrity both in the classroom and outside of it. Way to go Gio!

 

Trau: Jase Nusser is always polite, eager, and participates fully in class. He waits his turn, raises his hand and mutes and unmutes when necessary.  He answers honestly and loves to share things with his teachers. He works hard every day and shows integrity by always being truthful when he doesn’t understand. When asked a question, he always answers with his authentic response when he can.

 

Kindergarten

Kuns: Adonis Miller is our student of the month. When I was asked to choose the student in my class that exudes the bee expectation of being a person of integrity, my first thought immediately went to Adonis. Adonis shows integrity by showing kindness to his teachers and classmates. He comes to school each day with a positive attitude. I know that I can always count on Adonis to be helpful and kind to his classmates. It is a true blessing and honor to be Adonis’s teacher!

 

Taft: Maya is an excellent student! She is always focused and completes her assignments. She shares ideas with her classmates during our lessons.  She loves learning! I am so happy that Maya is in our class!

 

Teague: Kyrie John is an excellent student and an absolute joy to have in our class! He continually demonstrates integrity in our virtual classroom. Kyrie does the right thing on a daily basis even when he thinks no one is watching. For example, when I am playing a video, he does what he is expected to do. He remains focused, listening, and on his device rather than playing or walking away. Kyrie is honest and tells the truth. He is a hard worker and an excellent learner. I continue to be impressed by him each day!

 

Traylor: Anesti Christian is our class’s student of the month. She makes great choices; she comes to class prepared and willing to participate in all activities. She is a wonderful addition to our little class hive.

 

1st Grade

Burgess: Ethan Rhodes is a true HCE Honeybee! Ethan has grown in his articulation, class participation, and his reading skills. Ethan is mastering his sight words with 80 words under his belt! Ethan is a smart, friendly little boy who works hard and takes pride in his work and displays good behavior on-line. Ethan is an outstanding example of HCE standards. It is my great honor to nominate Ethan Rhodes as our November student of the month.

 

Edwards: Karter Bracey is a very responsible student. She comes to class on time, is ready to learn, and always does her classwork. She navigates the apps well.

 

Martin: Naomi Franklin is an excellent student. She is well mannered and respectful. She constantly shows HCE 5 BEE EXPECTATIONS! Academically, she is a whiz. I am proud to be her teacher!

 

2nd Grade

Adams: Peyton Rhooms is Student of the Month for November. The theme for Student of the Month is “Bee A Person of Integrity”. A person of integrity means that the person is doing the right thing even when it’s hard or when no one is looking. True integrity is abiding by the rules because you know that it is the right thing to do! Not only does Peyton display integrity, she also practices digital etiquette each day! Thank you for following directions and sharing your stories with us, Peyton! I cannot wait to see all that you accomplish this year!

 

Morgan: Mysuki Murphy-Davis shows integrity by having her camera on to complete all assignments.  She always makes it known when her technology is not working properly or if there is something additional needed to complete her assignment.  She gives me constant reminders of our schedule and class assignments/activities.

 

Russell: Gracie Steger is a little lady of integrity.  She works very hard every single day and she consistently participates.  She loves to learn and it shows!!!

 

Turner: Angel Thomas always makes the right choice and goes the extra mile. She does her work independently and does her best. She perseveres when things are challenging. She takes a lot of pride in helping her classmates, she is patient and kind when she helps them. She is an example to her peers and classmates.

 

3rd Grade

Hawkins: Tyson Walton is a joy to work with in our classroom family setting. He begins his day once provided with instructions and directions. When Tyson completes his assignments, he loves to work in his Early Finisher Notebook. Not only does Tyson show high levels of integrity, he uses great manners. When you ask him a question, he politely says, “No ma’am or yes ma’am!” I am a fortunate teacher to have Tyson in my class. He always does the right thing even when no one is looking.

 

Mills: I am proud to announce Franswan Spencer as Student of the Month for November! He has worked extremely hard over the past two months to do his best. Franswan has shown the most integrity I have ever seen. He always asks questions, checks his feedback on assignments, and completes his work on time. He is always one of the first ones to be in class and ready to learn each and every morning. He always does the right thing no matter what. I am so proud of the amazing student he has blossomed into.

 

Ward: Kassidy Sheppard is such a delight to have my 3rd grade class. Miss Sheppard exemplifies excellent integrity daily and that is why she has been chosen as our class’s November Student of the Month. She is a student that comes eager to learn every day! She completes all her assignments in a timely fashion, participates in class, and asks amazing questions. Because of her outstanding work habits as a student, she excels academically. On top of being an amazing student, Kassidy is also a wonderful person that her classmates love. She is friendly, kind, and always smiling. Kassidy is very dependable. If I happen to forget to press record during synchronous learning, I can always count on Kassidy to remind me to hit record!  Kassidy's hard work, passion for learning, and desire to do well is a great combination for success I have no doubt she would be very successful in the future.

 

4th Grade

Franklin-Riley: Alani Thomas is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. She is a hard worker, and always ready to participate in class.

 

Hugley: Kameron Amos is a terrific student. Kameron is always honest and owns up to mistakes, quickly taking responsibility and striving to always do better. He is helpful to his classmates and is a trusted student in my classroom. Kameron keeps his word and that what makes him a Person of Integrity.

 

Royal: Ava Bolton is definitely a person of integrity. I can always count on Ava to follow directions, ask questions, and set a good example for her peers. In addition, Ava volunteers often while positively contributing to our class community.  Way to go, Ava!

 

Smith: Lina Sanchez consistently demonstrates “beeing a person of integrity.”  She works hard to make sure follows the “bee expectations” daily. Lina enjoys helping her classmates and demonstrates leadership in class. Continue to Rise Up Lina, you Rock!!!!

Young: Tiffany Chronicle is an excellent student and tremendous teammate. She is always honest and helpful. I can count on Tiffany to always be doing the right thing in class. Her work is thoughtful and complete.

 

5th Grade

Brown: Kayla Carter is the perfect example of having integrity. She is always honest when doing her classwork and interacting with her classmates. She is thoughtful and considerate of others. She is a bright student with thoughtful answers. I enjoy having her in my class this year.

 

Grant: Kerianna Thomas has demonstrated integrity during class and after class. Kerianna always asks questions for clarification, and she follows directions, so she learns all she can learn. She follows all expectations to ensure she completes fifth grade successfully.  

 

Jeje: Bralyn Jefferson is a wonderful student.  I love that he is always ready to work.  I can depend on him to have his computer up and ready for each task.  He is always a go-getter and thrives on completing a task with excellence.  I enjoy hearing him chime in in class to answer a question.  Whether he knows it or not, he always exudes integrity.  I never need to check to see if he has completed his assignments.  He has consistently made it his business to make sure his school responsibilities are well taken care of.  I really appreciate you Bralyn for always making sure you are ready for learning.  Keep up the great work!!

 

Larsen: Tatiana Evans is always present to class and on time. She makes sure to ask questions when needed and keep up with her assignments. She tries her best and stays engaged.

 

Winfield: Emilia Lawson has demonstrated integrity during class and after class. Emilia is always asking questions for clarification and she follows directions, so she learns all she can learn. She follows all expectations to ensure she completes fifth grade successfully.

 

Congratulations to our students of the Month for October!

  This is a photo collage of the students of the month.

The students of the month are:

Pre-K

LogginsElijah Tyson displays responsibility by always completing his work, having his materials out and is always ready to learn during his virtual sessions! Way to go Elijah!

 

TrauSusanna Flores is very particular about her work and keeps up with all of her independent learning activities. She is excited about school and works hard every day.


 

Kindergarten

 


Kuns
For the month of October, I have chosen Zoey Johnson to be our student of the month.Zoey shows responsibility by being prepared for class each day. I know that I can always count on Zoey to complete her assignments and be ready to learn with all of her supplies.

 

TaftTaylor Harris is a very smart student! She loves learning. She has finished all of her 220 sight words already this year! Taylor is very funny and is a friend to everyone. I am so happy Taylor is in our class!

 

TeagueLeiyah Douglas continually demonstratesbeeing responsible” in our virtual classroom. She is always able to find her own supplies, clean up quickly after herself, open to the right page of a workbook when asked, come back from our break on time, and just by being able to follow directions quickly.

 

TraylorSebastian Flores always has a story to share or an answer to give. He consistently works hard and gives 100% no matter what subject we're learning at the moment.

 

1st Grade

 

BurgessLogan Wharwood is a true HCE Honeybee! Logan is always eager to learn. Logan's hand is the first to go up! He loves sharing his work. Logan is well mannered, smart, friendly little boy who works very hard andtakes great pride in his work.

 

Campbell/JacksonJameson Williams is a responsible student who always participates in class. Jameson makes sure to ask questions when he is not sure. He also completes tasks on time. He is always helpful and respectable to both the students and the adults in the class. Jameson is a joy to have in our class.  

 

EdwardsMalcolm Clarke is a very responsible student. He turns his work in on time. He always raises his hand when he has a question. He keeps up with materials while he is at home. Malcolm is setting a great example for the rest of the class!

 

PopeCharlton Bivins is an excellent student. He continues to make meaningful contributions to his class. He consistently demonstrates the five (5) Bees each day for PBIS. To add the cherry on top, Charlton is an academic buff!

 

2nd Grade

 

AdamsPeyton Rhooms is Student of the Month for October. This month’s theme was BEE RESPONSIBLE and Peyton is always on-task and doing what she is supposed to be doing. Peyton Rhooms sets the bar high for the other students in class, especially when it comes to points in First in Math!

 

MorganBrandon Atkins makes sure participates and complete all assignments.  Brandon does this even if it has to be done through chatHe promptly lets me know when he does not have what he needs or if something is not working

 

RussellSydney Banks works hard daily to exhibit her HCE Expectations. She continually participates in class and she is always listening and following directions. She shows kindness and respect to her classmates and teachers at all times.

 

TurnerPatience Smith always does her assignments. She does her assignments independently. She is able to navigate the different apps and websites we use in class. Patience enjoys sharing her screen and helping her classmates learn how to navigate the different apps and websites we use in class.

 

3rd Grade

 

HawkinsDylan Hockman is a responsible scholar who shows courage during instruction. Dylan makes sure to ask questions when he is not sure. He also completes task on time. When Dylan is not around; everyone knows. His excitement for learning shows throughout the day as he cheers everyone on!

 

MillsGabe Cordova has gone above and beyond to show what it takes to Bee Responsible. He stays on top of his work, eagerly participates in class, and is always on time. He always asks questions to ensure that his work is done in the correct manner is always willing to help a classmate if they’re in a struggle.

 

MitchellHannah Teague has shown great responsibility with virtual learning! She makes sure that her camera is on and her mic is muted and raises her hand when she would like to speak. Hannah also shows great responsibility by making sure that her work is completed and turned in on time!

 

WardDamari Jones is such a hardworking young man. He does a phenomenal job of staying on task during class, turning in his work on time, and being respectful and helpful to both his peers and his teacher. Congratulations Damari!Keep up the excellent work!

 

4th Grade

 

Franklin-RileyAmir Williams is a very respectful student who is always punctual and present in class each day. He is a hard worker, and always ready to participate in class.

 

HugleyJaxon Merritt is one of the most responsible students I have had the honor of teaching. Jaxon always shows up to class on time and is always prepared and ready to learn. He is also extremely intelligent and respectful to and of all.

 

RoyalTrey Fortson consistently strives to improve his academic standing. He is one of the first to complete additional makeup opportunities. That is phenomenal and speaks to his fine character, especially at such a young age.

 

SmithDiego Martinez Sosa is a new student but adjusted quickly to the new setting and demonstrates “beeing responsible” daily. Diego asks questions to ensure he is on the right track and takes his time to complete assignments. Continue to Rise Up Diego, you Rock!

 

Young: Chelsey Hooks

C-Cheerful when she arrives

H-Happy to help

E-Eager to learn

L-Listens carefully to instruction

S- Simply marvelous!

E-Encourages others

Y-Yahoo! She’s our Student of the Month!

 

5th Grade

 

BrownXimena Sanchez-Balderas is the perfect example of being responsible! She is always asking in the chat what materials she needs for class, what assignment she is missing, asking questions about the lesson. She always asks and double checks to make sure she is on the correct assignment or is doing the right thing.

 

Grant: Elizabeth Caudle is an outstanding student! She comes to class everyday with her camera on and ready to get started. Elizabeth shows responsibility by making sure she completes all of her assignments by the end of the week. She also shows responsibility by letting us know if she doesn’t understand something we taught in class or needs us to repeat instructions. Thanks for being you, Liz!

 

JejeSheridan Long is an excellent student.  I can always depend on her to be prepared for any task.  She consistently completes her work and makes effective use of her timeShe is a very quiet, powerful young lady

 

LarsenLandon Steger is always in class on time, ready with materials needed, and turns in his assignments when they are due. He is willing to help his peers by putting codes in the chat for me when I read them out. He is also great at giving participation during class discussions.

 

WinfieldJasmin has demonstrated the characteristics of a responsible student. She continues to make good choices that lead to ensuring her educational goals are met each day. She is always present and punctual for every class session. Jasmin is an awesome role model that exhibits what responsibility should look like for a student.