Brayson Uebele(Kindergarten), Nominated by Mrs. Reichert
"Brayson is our spotlight student for the month of December. Brayson works hard in the classroom and is always polite. Brayson comes to school with a positive attitude and is always ready for learning. He sets a good example and is eager to help out. Keep up the great work, Brayson!"
Lillian Wilksinson(Kindergarten), nominated by Mrs. Smith
"Lillian Wilkinson is our Spotlight Student of the month for Mrs. Smith's Kindergarten. Lilly does a great job in and out of the classroom. Lilly does a great job of taking her time working and being very thorough. Lilly has worked hard and is on her way to being a fluent reader. Lilly is polite, friendly and a great role model for her classmates. Keep working hard Lilly! "
Kyel Wilkins(Kindergarten), nominated by Mrs. Avink
“Mrs. Avink's Spotlight Student this month is Kyel Wilkins. Kyel is a great example of a Model Mustang. He completes his work on time, plays well with others, and always follows the rules. Kyel is always challenging himself and is very eager to learn new things. Keep up the great work! "
Skylee Conant(1st Grade), nominated by Mrs. Lovejoy
“Skylee Conant is our spotlight student for the month of December! Skylee is such a hard worker, and a friend to everyone. She does an excellent job of following the 7-Habits of Healthy Kids, and is a model student. Skylee comes to school every day with a smile on her face. Great work Skylee! "
Ema Dood(1st grade), nominated by Mrs. Garcia
“Ema Dood is our spotlight student of the month. Ema is such a hard worker. She comes into class every day with a smile and gets right to work. She is a great listener and always tries her best. I am so glad to have Ema in our classroom and keep up the good work! "
Rosario CaraPia(2nd grade), nominated by Mrs. Blumer
“Rosario CaraPia is Mrs. Blumer's spotlight student for the month of December. Rosario is a kind, sweet, and creative person. She is a great listener in the classroom and is always doing what she is supposed to be doing. Rosario is becoming a wonderful reader and I am proud of all the work she has done. Great job, Rosario!"
Kolten Knapp(2nd grade), nominated by Mrs. Garner
“Kolten Knapp is the Spotlight Student in Mrs. Garner's class. Kolton is a quiet guy that always comes to school with a friendly smile on his face. He does his best on all of his work and strives to better himself each day. He is helpful and kind to others and is a great example of a 7 Habits kid. Keep up the good work, Kolten! "
Elizabeth Nielsen(2nd grade), nominated by Mrs. Garvey
“Elizabeth Nielson is Mrs. Garvey's Spotlight Student for December. Elizabeth is always looking to help others in the classroom and is a good friend to everyone. She is working hard to improve her reading and math skills. She is great at asking questions and focuses on her work, always doing her best! She is a great role model for the 7 Habits! "
Mason Davidson(3rd grade), nominated by Mrs. Arganbright
“Mason Davidson brings a wealth of wit and creativity to our classroom. He adds great depth to our classroom discussions. He is well liked and respected by his peers. Mason completes quality work in a timely manner. Keep it up Mason! "
Jeremy Ebel(3rd Grade), nominated by Miss Nozal
“Jeremy Ebel is Miss Nozal's December Spotlight Student. Jeremy does a great job at modeling the 7 Habits for his classmates. I can always count on him to help others who are in need. His happy and creative personality is a great addition to our class. Congratulations, Jeremy. Keep up the good work! "
Lewis Davidson(3rd grade), nominated by Mrs. Huguelet
“Lewis Davidson is a creative and curious student. He does exceptional quality work in class and always thinks outside the box. Lewis has been a group leader in math and is also a very independent worker. I know that I can always count on him to do his best. Congrats Lewis for being the December Spotlight Student."
Kaitlyn Kade(4th grade), nominated by Mrs. Jones
“Mrs. Jones’ student of the month is Kaitlyn Kade. Kaitlyn is kind, polite, and silly. She plays basketball and can be competitive, but always has self-control. Kaitlyn is helpful in the classroom, works hard for her goals, and never brags when she reaches them. Keep it up, Kaitlyn! "
Leah Stratton(4th grade), nominated by Ms. Schreur
“Ms. Schreur's Spotlight Student is Leah Stratton. Leah is a Model Mustang. She lives the Seven Habits every day. Leah knows she is at school to learn and she works hard in class. Leah is an excellent reader - she always has a book with her. Leah enjoys Cheerleading and hanging out with her friends. Leah is a great helper in our class, for her classmates and me! "
Keaton Francis(5th grade), nominated by Mrs. Heller
“Congratulations, Keaton Francis!! You are the December Spotlight Student representing Mrs. Heller’s class. Thanks, Keaton for always being so very respectful. You always hold the door for students at dismissal time and model the 7 Habits on a daily basis. I appreciate the fact that you show a great deal of respect and kindness to others! You have done an awesome job completing your homework and turning it in on time. This shows accountability as well as responsibility. Keaton, you are an excellent listener and I love having you as a student in my classroom this year. Great job!!"
Brooke Pant(5th grade), nominated by Mr. Simon
“Brooke Pant - Brooke is a very kind and quiet student. She is always following expectations in the classroom and around the building. Brooke is very good at sharpening the saw, and often asks questions if she doesn't understand something right away. Brooke is always willing to help others, and think win, win when it comes to completing classwork in small groups. She is also a very responsible student and often turns in her homework early! Brooke is a Model Mustang!"
Nate Voorhees(6th grade), nominated by Mrs. Adgate
“Nate Voorhees is our spotlight student for December. Nate has worked very hard this month to set a great example. He has taken on an active role in mentoring a younger student and has made a lot of difference. He offers to help in the classroom and is making great strides in managing his behavior as a role model. His participation in classroom discussion has increased and he asks thoughtful questions. I look forward to continued great work!"
Carly Bonasse(6th grade), nominated by Mrs. Fenton
“Model Mustang student of the month is Carly Bonasse! Carly is an exceptional student who works and gives her very best in all that she does. She regularly works with a visually impaired student to keep her on track with her assignments. She is kind, considerate and follows all the expectations of the MES matrix providing an excellent example for her peers. Congratulations, Carly on being the Model Mustang of the Month!"