Student of the Week for April 6-10:
Cullom Marvin is the Star Student of the Week from Mrs. Amanda Gasiecki's Kindergarten class. Cullom's favorite subject is Science, because he "wants to learn how to make hair grow". His favorite related arts class is P.E. Cullom's favorite food is cheese pizza. When Cullom grows up he wants to be a diesel truck driver and a monster truck driver. Mrs. Gasiecki says "Cullom is an absolute joy to have in class. He is a true leader who is never afraid to do the right thing. Cullom is a hard worker that always makes his friends and teachers smile!"
Student of the Week for April 13-17:
Icesies Darden is the Star Student of the Week from Mrs. Jenny Burgess's third grade class. Icesies's favorite subject is Science. Her favorite related arts class is P.E. Icesies's favorite food is salad. When Icesies grows up she wants to be a police officer. Mrs. Burgess says "Icesies is a student that tries so hard and gives 110% in class at all times. She is caring and goes out of her way to help classmates. She is always respectful and does the right thing just because it is the right thing to do! Icesies is a true leader in the class!
Student of the Week for April 20-24:
Kelbie Denton is the Star Student of the Week from Mrs. Sarah Carter's second grade class. Kelbie's favorite subject is Math. Her favorite related arts class is Guidance. Kelbie's favorite food is spaghetti. When Kelbie grows up she wants to be a firefighter. Mrs. Carter says "Kelbie is a wonderful role model to her peers. She shows great respect towards her teachers and her classmates. She is dependable and hardworking. I can always count on her to do the right thing."
Student of the Week for April 27-May 1:
Alyssa Cantrell is the Star Student of the Week from Mrs. Karen Berry's first grade class. Alyssa's favorite subject is Science. Her favorite related arts class is Art. Alyssa's favorite food is pizza. When Alyssa grows up she wants to be a nurse. Mrs. Berry says "Alyssa is a great all around student. She always does her best and she genuinely cares about every one of her classmates. She is a delight to have in class."