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April Students of the Month!

Caleb participates often in health class and adds to class discussions.  He also assisted me in a class activity this week.  He was able to lead his peers and follow directions to help the class understand an important concept.  Caleb also goes above and beyond when completing assignments in health class.  I have very much enjoyed having Caleb in class this semester.

Caleb Novak

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

If there is a student that embodies a “can do” attitude it’s Kelsea. Every day in class she is driven and determined to do better than the previous day. She works diligently and asks questions as needed in order to obtain the information presented. She is also happy to give a helping hand to those struggling around her. Having worked in several different areas this year, I’ve had the unique opportunity to work with her in different content areas and I can report that she is extremely well rounded in all of her studies. Her determination and diligence extend beyond the walls of the classroom as she is a leader in the student body serving as a class officer as well as being involved in many extracurricular activities. I believe that Kelsea is highly worthy of being awarded student of the month.

Kelsea Mongan

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mr. Anderson

Olivia is very conscientious about her studies. She has perfect attendance in Business & Technology Concepts and her work is always done well and on time. Olivia is a freshman in a class with several upperclassmen. Despite this, she takes a leadership roll, interacts well in collaborative learning situations, and is engaged in classroom discussions. Olivia is very pleasant to have in class and respectful to all. I hope to have her in more classes next year.

Olivia Mattingly

Class of 2025, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

Olivia is a pleasure to have in class. Her excellent classroom behavior is a great example to others. She is willing to ask for help when needed and has gotten more comfortable as the year has passed. She works hard to be successful. Olivia is very respectful to other students and staff!

Olivia Funderberg

Class of 2025, Nominated by Ms. Bosnich

Mariah has done an outstanding job in Dual Credit BIO 1001. She comes to class each and every day ready to learn. She has a positive attitude, works hard, and asks questions when she doesn’t understand. Early in the school year, Mariah struggled in this course…but has since learned how to navigate her way through a college course. I am very proud of her for approaching me and asking me what she needed to do to improve. It is evident that she wants to succeed and is willing to put forth the time and effort to do so. I challenge Mariah to finish her junior year strong. Keep up the good work, Mariah!

Mariah Hobson

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

Chase has been actively participating and striving to improve all semester. He has been seeking out help when writing a business plan lately and has been making a huge effort to turn in quality work even though I know writing isn’t one of his strong suits. I’m proud of the attitude he brings to class.

Chase Wright

Class of 2023, Nominated by Ms. Hall

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March Students of the Month!

Cheyanne is on top of her work and she is finishing high school on a strong note. The thing that impresses me the most is how well she uses her time in my class. She does not waste a minute of class and has been a terrific leader to my underclassmen. I am so proud of her!

Cheyanne VanBevren

Class of 2022, Nominated by Ms. Foes

Kylen is very deserving of Student of the Month honors. She comes to school each day with a positive attitude. Her focus during class is unmatched. I can tell that she enjoys learning. She works hard during class and does a nice job making up work from absences. Kylen is willing to help her classmates struggling with concepts. I encourage Kylen to continue to learn as much as she can and to push herself academically for the remainder of her high school career. Keep up the good work, Kylen!

Kylin Lewis

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

I have Alea in 3 classes this semester and she is excelling in all of them. She is a hard worker and a positive influence in my classes. She is always engaged and will participate in and contribute to discussions. Her commitment to her academics is displayed through her self-motivation and discipline. Alea is also quick to help other students and gets along with those around her. She is respectful and kind to others. I really enjoy having Alea in class.

Alea Goodman

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

I have Emma in German III, and she does a great job. Emma always works hard and comes to class prepared. She is willing to help other students and gets along well with the others in class. Emma is good about asking questions when needed. I enjoy her participation and positive attitude in class.

Emma Kruse-Carter

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

Kailee Gilbertson was new to my personal fitness, health, and personal effectiveness classes this semester.  From day one, she has been a kind soul and has had a very big heart for not only me but the other students in her classes.  Kailee writes motivational notes for the other students in her classes meant to help them have a brighter day.  Kailee also participates multiple times daily and adds to class discussion.  Kailee has made a habit of letting me know how she is using the material that she learns in all three of my classes outside of school and in her daily life.  Kailee is a great student in class and I am grateful that I get to see her so often this semester.

Kailee Gilbertson

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

Selina is  a humble, hard working, and diligent student. She always strives to do her very best with every assignment. She is a joy to have in class. Congratulations Selina. 

 

Selina Chin

Class of 2025, Nominated by Mr. Passmore

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February Students of the Month!

Amelia works extremely hard in class. She is pleasant and always asks for extra help when needed. I have enjoyed watching Amelia continue to grow over this school year.

Amelia Richards

Class of 2025, Nominated by Ms. Bosnich

This is the fourth year I have had Emma, and I really enjoy seeing her participate so much more in German this semester. She has been a frequent volunteer in class. She has taken time to participate in German Club events, and she gets along well with other students. I appreciate the time and effort she puts into doing well in German.

Emma DePauw

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

I have thoroughly enjoyed having Keegan in Human Anatomy & Physiology class this school year. Keegan was upfront and honest early in the school year when he told me that he didn’t intend on taking my class. He mentioned that the science class he signed up for didn’t have enough students to run. Fast forward 5 or 6 months and Keegan is now looking to study anatomy and physiology at the collegiate level. Keegan will do fantastic in college as he possesses critical thinking skills and a love for learning. I consider Keegan a leader during both lecture and lab activities. I appreciate his sense of humor and positive attitude. Keep up the good work, Keegan!

Keegan Fogarty

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

I have had Wyatt in class for the last couple of semesters. He is an excellent role model to the younger kids. He helps out in class with anything that needs to be done. It goes without saying that he is a good student. He has gotten outstanding grades in my classes.

Wyatt Baker

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Foes

Noah is in my first block personal fitness class and he is here at school and in the gym early every morning ready to go.  Noah works very hard during every class and even does a little extra sometimes.  Noah has had to modify some of the exercises in class but that never has stopped him from working to his potential.  I have watched Noah improve in the areas of strength, flexibility, and endurance.  I commend Noah for all of his hard work.

Noah Bacorn

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

Cole actively participates in English III, and he helps others. He is rarely if ever off task, and I appreciate that greatly. He works hard in class and is always respectful to me. He has grown over the last three years, and I think he is advancing in such a positive and meaningful way.

Cole Bader

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Simpson

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January Students of the Month!

I nominate Logan Arkels for Student of the Month honors based upon my observations in both BioAg and Homeroom. Logan has done a nice job in BioAg thus far this school year. He uses class time wisely and asks questions when needed. He seems to enjoy the subject matter. Logan also does a nice job in homeroom and works on homework when it is assigned. He is always in a good mood. Logan and I have developed a great relationship over the past 4 years here at PHS. I challenge him to continue to work hard and finish the school year strong.

Logan Arkels

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

I had Jackson last semester in Psychology, and truthfully he was one of the hardest working students in the class. Jackson struggled at times to get his work done and completed, but he always made time to come in and ask questions. He ended the course with a A-. Even if he wasn’t always right with his answers I think it shows leadership that he was willing to raise his hand and volunteer to be called on. This shows he is willing to take risks which reflects his strong leadership in the classroom. With that being said, I think Jackson’s character is his major highlight. He is an extremely kind student who has gone above and beyond to help people. I’ve seen this numerous times from simply holding the door to striking up a conversation with someone if they are having a bad day. I don’t think I’ve seen Jackson a day when he hasn’t been ready to learn something. For these reasons I think he would be a great pick for student of the month.

Jackson Dressler

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Anderson

I have Kambri in German I this year. She has done a fantastic job so far. She comes in with a positive attitude. I appreciate that she is willing to ask questions and is an active participant in class. She gets along well and works well with others in class. She sets a great example to other students. Keep up the good work, Kambri!

Kambri Fisher

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

I had Micah last semester in Intro to Computer Concepts and again this semester in Advanced Computer Concepts. Micah is a very conscientious student who works hard at being successful. He is willing to help those around him and treats both staff and students with respect.

Micah Hult

Class of 2025, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

Reid is a positive, funny, engaging presence in my classroom and extracurriculars. He is helpful to others when needed, engages with peers and with me, and is a lot of fun but willing to be serious when the situation calls for it. I appreciate having him as a student!

Reid Orwig

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Olson

Madelyn earns good grades, has a positive attitude and is hard-working: all qualities of a good student.  She comes to class and pays attention and helps me and others out. Madelyn is very disciplined and her time management skills are a factor in why she is a worthy nominee for student of the month.

Madelyn Walters

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Tinley

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December Students of the Month!

Cameron has been stepping up both during and outside of band class this year. She is always willing to help with things like moving equipment or sorting and distributing music, and she consistently works hard in class and improves herself. Cameron is kind and positive to other students, regardless of whether they are close or not. I appreciate being her teacher!

Cameron Adkisson

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mr. Olson

Joseph is the single hardest worker in the Woods shop. His attendance in Woods II is impeccable. He not only builds his project but when needed assists other students when they have questions. He never has to be told or asked to put equipment away and he is always first to clean up when work time has ended.

Joseph Clarke

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Ciesielski

Melany is a light in our classroom, she always has a positive attitude. I recently read an essay about how she wants to be a surgeon and is applying to ACC to start making that happen and I was inspired by her mature forward thinking. I’m excited to see where her hard work takes her.

Mellany Arellano-Garcia

Class of 2023, Nominated by Ms. Hall

Rachelle comes to class each and every day ready to learn. She is enthusiastic about the material covered in human anatomy and physiology. She asks appropriate questions and truly wants to learn more about the systems of the body. I consider her a leader during lecture and lab activities. She is interested in studying the sciences in college next year. I encourage Rachelle to keep up the good work. Learn as much as you can…you won’t regret it!

Rachelle Newberry

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

Brent has been in my p.e. class this semester and he has been more than helpful with equipment set up and take down each day. At the beginning of the semester, he helped to take equipment to the softball field each day and also brought it back into the school. Recently, he has helped to set up the volleyball nets each day for class and is always willing to get equipment that I need out of the locker room. He has been a great help to me this semester and I am grateful that I have been able to have him in class.

Brent Farrell

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

Emma has done an excellent job so far in German. I am impressed at her willingness to always try and use the German we are learning. She works well with others in class and will ask questions when needed. Keep up the good work, Emma!

Emma Frost

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

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November Students of the Month!

Rashawn is a dedicated, hardworking, clever student who puts forth tremendous effort in his classwork.  He is a trustworthy student who is driven to succeed.

Rashawn Phillips

Class of 2025, Nominated by Mr. Passmore

  • Onne has a positive attitude and is very enjoyable to have in class. She really seems to care about those around her and is quick to help other students. Onne is very conscientious about her own studies and works hard to maintain good grades. Onne is a good role model for her peers.
Onnestee Adams

Class of 2025, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

Julia has impressed me very much with the efforts she puts forth in personal fitness. When the class is practicing yoga, Julia always tries to do the more advanced pose and pushes themselves to try new things. Julia has excelled in other areas of class as well. I am impressed with the work ethic and attention to detail that Julia has shown in personal fitness this semester.

Julia Johnson

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

I enjoy having Morgan in German II this year. She does a great job in class. She is always on time and prepared. She works hard during class and does an excellent job on all of her German assignments. She brings a positive attitude to class and is a good example to others. Keep up the good work, Morgan!

Morgan Bartkiewicz

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

EmmaRose is everything you look for in a student. She works hard in class, is kind to others, has good relationships with her peers and teachers, has a heart of gold and is able to think creatively. She is one of the bright spots of my day!

Emma Rose Grabow

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. Foes

I am very pleased with Ryan so far this school year. He comes to class ready to learn and is a leader during lecture and lab activities. He does a nice job focusing on the task at hand and asks questions when he doesn’t understand. I have noticed a tremendous improvement since I had him in class 2 years ago as a freshman. His growth is worthy of recognition. I encourage Ryan to continue to work hard and learn as much as he can.

Ryan Brucker

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Fredricks

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October Students of the Month!

I am nominating Tony Maciczak for student of the month for several reasons. The first of which is his positive attitude. He comes to class every day with a positive attitude towards not only the subject matter but also his classmates. He is genuinely kind and respectful towards everyone in our class. He includes all of his classmates in discussions before our class starts ensuring that no one is left sitting alone. Another reason that I’m nominating Tony is his work ethic. He comes to class prepared to discuss the material, contributing to his group’s discussion as well as our whole class discussion. When working independently on a piece of writing, he takes constructive criticism well and consistently works to improve his skills.

Tony Maciczak

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. Gray

Makayla is a student in my personal fitness class and I am always amazed by her positive attitude and willingness to work hard in class. Makayla always tries her hardest and has even stepped in as the teacher during warm-ups while I was talking to another staff member. I’m impressed with Makayla’s work ethic and leadership skills in class.

Makayla Thompson

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mrs. Sayler

Rachael has done an outstanding job in class so far this school year. I am lucky to have her in both IVCC Dual Credit BIO 1001 AND Human Anatomy & Physiology. Rachael is challenging herself academically during her senior year. I applaud her for this. Rachael always comes to class with a positive attitude. She asks appropriate questions and loves to learn. I consider her a leader during both lecture and laboratory exercises. I encourage Rachael to continue to work hard and learn as much as she can. Keep up the good work, Rachael!

Rachael Woolley

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

Annaca’s combination of consistent effort and work in class is very refreshing. She also contributes with her participation to make the class a positive environment at PHS.

Annaca Watson

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Tinley

Keegan always has a good attitude and is self-motivated and takes initiative to do more than what is always required. He is a good role model for other students. He is kind to others and shows respect for his school, classmates, and teachers.

Keegan Fogarty

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

Justin has done a great job in class. He brings a great deal of enthusiasm to the classroom. He is always happy. Justin is someone who pays attention and participates well in class. Justin promotes positive behavior in others and sets a great example. Keep up the good work!

 

Justin Wicaryus

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

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September Students of the Month!

Veronica’s attitude, consistent high level of work and personality in my American History class (and her other classes) make her a top student in her junior class. A pleasure having her in class.

Veronica Tirao

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Tinley

Big Mack has been an absolute joy to have in class. Mack is very punctual and extremely disciplined with his routine. Mack follows our criteria and works very hard on improving himself. Through his rigorous work ethic, he has made tremendous strides in the short amount of time we have had in class this year. I highly recommend Mack for student of the month!

Mack Williams

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mr. Pearson

Natasha is an extremely hard working student. She comes in and gets extra help when she doesn’t understand things. She is determined to work hard and excel in her classes. She is very kind and helps other students when they don’t understand key materials in class. She always volunteers to help out as well.

Natasha Faber-Fox

Class of 2024, Nominated by Mr. Anderson

Mia has the most positive attitude in class, gives great thought to her compositions and is helpful to others in class. I’ve enjoyed getting to know her as an artist!

Mia Quinlan

Class of 2022, Nominated by Ms. Hall

Angela has showed tremendous improvement this year. She has shown growth in her work completion, her positive attitude toward learning, and the overall quality of her work. I am so proud of how Angela has been doing in geography and hope she continues to be a leader in our geography classroom.

Angela Sanchez

Class of 2024, Nominated by Ms. Gonigam

Rilee brings the energy to the class each day. She is always working hard and determined to help others in class. She even runs extra laps trying to help other students succeed.

Rilee Sterling

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Amy

Giovanni has done an excellent job in class. He arrives on time with necessary materials. He is an active participant in class. He sets a good example to the other students in class. He gets along well with others and is polite and respectful to both staff and students. Keep up the good work!

Giovanni Gualandi

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. Fetzer

Hunter is a very conscientious and disciplined student. He is prepared for class and has a good understanding of the concepts in this course. He is also willing to help others. He has a 98% in the class and perfect attendance.

Hunter Brockman

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mrs. DeVenney

I nominate Isabella Whitfield for Student of the Month Honors as she is doing an outstanding job in Dual Credit BIO 1001. Isabella is always the first student in class and is ready to learn. Her positive attitude and work ethic is infectious. I consider Isabella to be a class leader during both lecture and lab opportunities. She asks questions that demonstrate critical thinking skills and is willing to help her classmates when they don’t understand. I observe her going above and beyond each and every class period. Keep up the good work, Isabella!

Isabella Whitfield

Class of 2023, Nominated by Mr. Fredericks

Dominic is the student who just “does what needs doing”. He has taken it upon himself to make sure that the band room is running smoothly both during class and during outside events. Dominic talks to everyone, helping younger students and providing a positive role model. He works hard on his individual responsibilities as well.

Dominic Schillaci

Class of 2022, Nominated by Mr. Olson