Christine Bischoff is a second-year helper in the Career Center. She keeps our Community Service Access records up to date and makes sure the filing is taken care of. She is a self-starter who works well independently. Christine is dependable and skilled, as well as helpful and courteous when dealing with staff members and students. She is familiar with the tasks of the Career Center and completes them efficiently and with a smile. Thanks for all the help, Christine!
Submitted by Elaine Peters
INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM
Marco Valdivia-Aldana is a great example of a quiet leader!! Every day he comes into class, quietly calls the class to attention and leads the Learning focus of the day. He then immediately gets to work on task at hand or whatever assignment he has due! Marco is goal driven as well. As a freshman he is already planning classes for the next 4 years, always trying to improve in core classes, looking at colleges he would like to attend and planning on playing football through his senior year. He is exemplary as a leader, as a student and as a human being. I can’t wait to see what he steps up too in the next 3 years.
Submitted by Tony Vegh
Clarissa Escudero is starting her second semester in weight training and has not stopped improving. She is a hard worker and is always setting new PR’s on her lifts.
Submitted by Shawn Perkins
Gracen Larson combines natural curiosity, infectious enthusiasm and creativity in her approach towards each ceramics project she does. She is always happy to be in the studio working or just helping out. The end result is always an interesting and exceptionally well-crafted piece of clay art that represents her appreciation of clay as a medium with all its challenges. This is unique, in that the challenges, (the cracks, breaks and warping) can be frustrating, but Gracen learns from them, moves on and continually becomes a stronger ceramics student.
Submitted by Debra Robasky
Evelin Rodriguez-Palomera is an impressive Spanish II student because she is generous, hardworking and attentive. Although Evelin is a Spanish heritage speaker, she sets high standards for herself and makes everyday a learning opportunity. Lastly, Evelin sets a great example for others and they enjoy collaborating with her. Muchas gracias por todo.
Submitted by Lucia Alejandro
Shaun Vega continually participates in discussion, current events, as well as class activities. His sense of humor brings laughter in the midst of difficult and complex social issues. He demonstrates a level of critical thinking that is unique as well as appreciated.
Submitted by Sam Tilton
Martha Segundo Ortiz is becoming a shining star in Health this semester. With her work ethic, study skills and determination, she has already completed several Leadership and assignment requirements. She is a good role model and positive addition to class. Martha is very much appreciated!
Submitted by Lisa Kloke
Josh Burchett has continually worked hard in my class and has done consistently great work all year. He is a quiet person and doesn’t always get noticed, but I have over the last few months noticed how he always has a positive attitude, always helps out the people around him, and is dependable in every way.
Submitted by Tracy Snider
Caleb Ray has been working hard in both the science class he has with me and is showing that he really wants to do well this semester!
Submitted by David Moser
Andrew Hoyt has shown that hard work and determination can lead to success. He not only continues to complete his homework on time, but he seeks help before and after school to improve upon his understanding. As a math teacher, I am always proud of my students who can persevere through those courses that are most challenging for them. He helps those around him and has showed some real growth in advocating for himself. It is a real testament to Andrew’s character as student and a learner.
Submitted by Jerry Forsman
Rain Vanzandt is the Administration’s student of the month. Rain has been extremely helpful this year with Mrs. Allred and Mrs. Bradshaw. She completes tasks promptly and accurately. She also has helped other office staff when needed.
Submitted by Robert Blackman
Maddie Whitman is an exemplary role model both in and out of the choir classroom. Playing bass and singing in both After Hours Jazz Choir and Advanced Mixed Choir, she is always on time, focused, dedicated, and truly enjoys singing. She has been given some leadership roles this year and has excelled at them. Her love of singing and continuous desire to better her craft is why she is nominated for choir student of the month.
Submitted by Billy Buhl