April Students of the Month!

Cail Piper – Jr. – Mr. Anderson

    • Hardworking, determined, and kind are all words I would use to describe Cail. Cail works extremely hard, participates in class discussions and is overall a positive force in my classes I’ve had him in. He brings joy and encouragement to his fellow classmates sparking positive discussions in my classes. In the hall he is often seen being kind to people and saying hello to every staff member. Outside the classroom Cail is driven- he owns his own business serving the community, he is also active in several extra-curriculars here at PHS including Golf, Tennis, and Tiger Central. Cail is at every single basketball and football that we broadcast on Tiger Central as our cameraman. I’ve received so many great complements from the community on all of the great shots he has taken over this last season. He has been a joy to have this last year and I look forward to having him again in the future.

Cadance Noll-Ganther – Jr – Mr. Fredericks

    • Cadence is very deserving of Student of the Month Honors. She comes to class ready to learn and always has a positive attitude. She is one of the most polite and respectful students I have taught in my 15 years at Princeton High School. Recently, Cadance asked to use the greenhouse attached to my classroom to grow some apple trees she had successfully germinated. I was very pleased that she asked to use our facilities to learn more about plants and plant anatomy. The apple trees continue to grow and are doing well. I truly enjoy being your teacher, Cadance. Keep up the great work!

Norah Schultz – So. – Mr. Olson

    • Norah is the type of student who isn’t recognized enough for their steady, positive, presence. She is a quiet leader – does what needs to get done with no complaints or hesitations, makes friends with those around her, and is someone I really appreciate having in class.

Noah Martin – Sr. – Mrs. Devenney

    • Noah does very well in Business & Technology Concepts. His work is well done and completed on time. He works well with other students and helps those, as needed. Noah is engaged in class and contributes to class activities and discussions. He treats others with respect and displays maturity that the underclassmen in this class can emulate. Noah has nearly perfect attendance this semester. He has only missed class for a field trip and a college visit. Noah is a great student to have in class and a role model for other students.

Desiray Castelli – Sr – Mrs. Lund

    • Desiray has made great improvements in her communication, social, and behavior skills this school year.

Lydia Johnson – Fr – Mrs. Sayler

    • Lydia has been a hard worker in physical education since the beginning of the school year. She is always willing to follow directions and help out when needed. She has even been a good sport after getting injured in class this week. She fought through the injury and continued to play! Lydia sets a great example for other students and has admirable character and motivation in class.


March Students of the Month!

Maximus Wilborn – So –  Mr. Yepsen

    • Max is a fantastic student, has a wonderful personality, and is an asset to our classroom. He is a hard worker and does a great job in my class. 

Common Green – Fr – Mrs. Nichols

    • Common has been working hard in class and recently scored really well on our last test, one of the best so far this year. He continually works to get better every class!

Dominic Vogel – So – Ms. Bosnich

    • Dom has continued to work hard throughout the school year. He stays on task without redirection. He is polite and always willing to help when asked.

Halli Peterson – So – Mr. Anderson

    • I enjoy having Halli in my classes. Not only does she work hard and participate in classroom discussions, but she makes the learning experience enjoyable for her classmates. She fell behind at one point in the semester, but worked extremely hard to get made up in her studies. I appreciate that about a student. 

Caitlin Meyer – Jr – Ms. Wagner

    • I nominate Caitlin for student of the month because she is always willing to lend a helping hand to other students. She is a valuable asset in the classroom. She is always positive and willing to do whatever it takes to run a successful preschool program.

Gavin Pinter – So – Ms. Kepner

    • Gavin has done a great job in regular PE this semester. He works hard during fitness days, is respectful and does a great job in my class. He is also our badminton tournament champion.


February Students of the Month!

Tim Lewis -So. – Mrs. DeVenney

    • Tim is a very good student who works diligently to be successful in his classes. He also gets along well with other students and is very welcoming to new students. He is quick to help students who need it and has a great sense of humor. Tim is respected by his peers and shows respect to both students and staff alike. He is a good role model for other students and an asset to the class.

Makenzie Borys – Jr. – Ms. Hall

    • Makenzie is always helping others in class. She is a fierce positive force and leads others in working hard!

Grace Eggers – So. –  Mr. Olson

    • Always doing what needs to be done. Always brings a positive attitude to herself and the people around her. Always working to her highest potential.

Audrey Thompson – Fr. – Mr.. Fredericks

    • I believe that Audrey Thompson is deserving of Student of the Month honors. Audrey comes to class with a positive attitude and willingness to learn. She takes suggestions (constructive criticism) well and asks questions when she doesn’t understand. She is also willing to help her classmates when they are struggling with the content. I consider Audrey to be a true team player. I wish I had more students like Audrey Thompson in my classes. I challenge Audrey to push herself academically and learn as much as possible. Keep up the great work, Audrey! 

Emiliana Gonzalez – Sr. – Ms. Gonigam

    • Audi is a hardworking student. She works diligently on assignments and in-class activities. I appreciate that Audi volunteers answers for our class discussions. Audi sits near a new student to our class and was very kind and welcoming to this new student.

Anna Lanier – So. – Mrs. Fetzer

    • Anna has done a great job in class so far this semester. She knows exactly what she needs to do and gets it done. She is always pleasant and polite to me and the other students in the class. I appreciate her good attitude and positive behavior in class.


January Students of the Month!

Jaden Eggers – Sr. – Mr. Olson

  • Jaden is a 100% dependable and reliable student and student leader, who does what needs doing and at a high level. He sets a consistently good example for those around him and exudes quiet confidence.

Morgan Bryan – So. – Mrs. Sayler

  • Morgan has recently shown leadership skills and positivity on two consecutive days in personal fitness. She encouraged other students in the class and also assisted her team in being successful. I was excited to see this side of Morgan and hope that Morgan continues to be a leader in class.

Casey Etheridge – Fr – Mrs. Fetzer

  • Casey does a great job in German. He works hard to always do his best. He asks questions when needed. He gets along well with other students and sets a good example for others. Keep up the good work, Casey!

Cayden Hansen – Jr. – Mr. Anderson

  • Cayden is a go getter. He is ready to learn every class. He is polite and generates a great learning environment at which everyone can participate in. His positive outlook makes him a joy to have in class and overall makes the class better overall. For those reasons I believe he is worthy of student of the month.

Sylvie Rutledge – Fr – Mrs. Nichols

  • Sylvie not only works hard, but also is always willing to help those around her. She is not afraid to think out loud and give an educated thought when asked. She is a great student and a good role model to her peers.

Christiane Sierens – Jr – Mr. Fredericks 

  • Chrissy always comes to class with a positive attitude. She has a solid work ethic and desire to learn. Chrissy’s performance in IVCC Dual Credit BIO 1001 is deserving of Student of the Month Honors. I consider Chrissy a leader during both lecture and lab activities. She is always willing to help her classmates who may be struggling with biological concepts. I am pleased that Chrissy made the decision to push herself academically. I encourage Chrissy to continue to learn as much as she can.


December Students of the Month!

Samantha Woolley – Jr – Mrs. Nichols

    • Samantha works hard in class to understand the material and perseveres through challenging concepts in class. When she understands the material, she helps her peers understand it as well. She is hardworking, kind, & a pleasure to have in class.

Aleaha Bice – Fr – Ms. Bosnich

    • Aleaha works hard in class every day. She has a great sense of humor and wants to do well. She consistently has improved throughout the semester! What a joy to have in class!

Jesse Wright – Sr – Mr. Foes

    • Jesse always carries himself as an outstanding student, a hard worker, and a self-motivated individual. He demonstrates an excellent work ethic, a high level of perseverance, and a great deal of talent. He is the type of student that does not quit, and has the ability to problem solve effectively..Jesse has always shown me the ability to set goals, prioritize them, and follow through on short and long-term standards. He is a definite self-starter and works as well in a group as he does on independent studies. Jesse is an excellent candidate for Student of the Month.

Korte Lawson – Jr. – Ms. Gonigam

    • Korte has shown great enthusiasm for learning geography. He has been asking important clarifying questions on his assignments and taking great care in the quality of his work.

Olivia Fox – Fr – Mr. Fredericks

    • I believe Olivia Fox is deserving of Student of the Month Honors. Olivia comes to class each day ready to learn. She greets me at the door with a “Good morning” and exits the class with “Have a nice day.” I consider Olivia a leader during both lecture and lab activities. Her positive attitude and willingness to help others makes her a great lab partner. I encourage Olivia to continue to challenge herself academically and learn as much as she can. Keep up the good work, Olivia!

Caleb Novak – Jr – Mrs. Judd

    • Caleb is a very polite and hard-working student. He is responsible, caring and just an all-around good person. He is a leader in the classroom and takes pride in helping others. Currently his grade is very high in Math 3. All his test scores have been near perfect. I feel Caleb would be an excellent choice for Student of the Month.


November Students of the Month!

Ian Morris (So) – Mr. Passmore

    • Ian is a true student-athlete who demonstrates what it means to put academics first. He does an outstanding job in my class. He is self-disciplined, hardworking, and willing to help other students. These qualities are present on the athletic field and in class. 

Ellie Harp (So) – Mrs. Nichols

    • Ellie works hard in class every day. She is committed to doing her best each and every day. She also takes time to help others if they need it. Her work ethic and kind nature is something all students should strive for.

Adam Windam (Jr) – Mrs. Foes

    • Adam has been working hard on all of his skills, which has resulted in a very successful school year. He advocates for himself and displays good accountability and responsibility skills. I am super proud of Adam!

Savannah Hollars (Jr) – Mrs. DeVenney

    • I have Savannah in both Accounting and Business Law. Savannah works very hard in both courses and has a high level of understanding in both. She has all of the qualities to be successful. Savannah is self-disciplined, hard working, willing to help others, and takes the initiative to work ahead and do the extra work needed to be successful. I enjoy having Savannah in class.

Ashley Richardson (Fr) – Mrs. Sarver

    • Ashley is a student in Spanish 1. Her current grade is outstanding which just shows how quickly she is grasping my class and the language itself! She is someone I can continuously count on to participate daily. Ashley has a positive attitude and bright smile always makes her presence so wonderful in my class. Ashley also takes it upon herself to take on additional leadership roles in my classroom. Daily, Ashley organizes my bookshelf full of book, changes my Spanish calendar. She truly is goes above and beyond what her normal classroom obligations are and helps me in more ways than I can count!


October Students of the Month!

Landon Davis (Fr) – Mrs. Sayler

    • Landon works hard every day in p.e. regardless of the activity. He sets a great example for other students in the class and is always willing to help in class. I am grateful to have Landon as a student in p.e. this semester.

Micah Hult (So) – Mr. Fredericks

    • Micah is very deserving of Student of the Month honors. He comes to class ready to learn and backs it up with an outstanding work ethic. Micah is one of the most upbeat and positive students I have taught during my 15 years at PHS. We have developed a great teacher/student relationship over the past 9 weeks in class. I truly enjoy being his teacher. Keep up the good work in BioAg, Micah!

Kyle Jaeger (Sr) – Ms. Gonigam

    • Kyle worked very hard on his recent essay submission in regional geography. Not only did Kyle put in extra effort for his own paper, but he also helped other students understand the assignment and documents. His leadership in the classroom during this past unit was very impressive.

Melany Arelleno-Garcia (Jr) – Mrs. DeVenney

    • Melany is great to have in class. She has a positive attitude and is very helpful to the other students. Melany is a kind and caring person. She works very hard in Accounting and gets along well with the other students. She almost always has a smile on her face and makes Accounting class more fun for everyone.

Chase Wright (Sr) – Mrs. Fetzer

    • Chase has done an excellent job so far this semester. I appreciate how well he pays attention in class. He asks questions as needed and responds appropriately to my questions. He is always polite and respectful to me and other students in the class. He works well with everyone. Keep up the good work, Chase!


September Students of the Month!

Heather Heider (Jr) – Mrs. Fetzer

    • I have really enjoyed having Heather in German I this year. Heather is polite and friendly. She always walks in with a smile on her face. She has done a great job learning and practicing German so far. Heather gets along well with other students and sets a positive example for everyone in the class. Keep up the good work!

Damarion Wilson (Jr) – Mrs. Simpson

    • Damarion is new to PHS, and he has embraced his new school whole heartedly. He does excellent work in English III. He turns in all of his assignments and tries his best. I am so impressed with his work ethic and his ability to communicate his ideas. He has also been dressing up for homecoming and really becoming part of the PHS community.

Cameron Adkisson (Jr) – Mr. Fredericks

    • I, Mr. Fredericks, nominate Cameron Adkisson for Student of the Month honors. Cameron has done an outstanding job in BioAg thus far this school year. Her, along with her partner, created a fantastic insect collection to kick off the school year. I am very proud of their effort. Cameron uses class time wisely and volunteers during class discussions. I appreciate her willingness to learn. I challenge Cameron to continue to learn as much as she can. Keep up the good work, Cameron!

Morgan Bartkiewicz (Jr) – Mrs. DeVenney

    • Morgan works very hard in class and participates actively in class discussions or small group activities. She is willing to help other students when they need it. Morgan is respectful to those around her. She comes to class prepared and with a positive attitude.

Eleanor Smith (Jr) – Ms. Philhower

    • Eleanor has been taking personal responsibility to get her work completed and turned in on time. She is making an amazing effort to be focused and ask for assistance as needed. She is quick to help others by sharing notes or materials. She has had an awesome first six weeks of school