Yet another student of the month was chosen for March. Camden Misamore was chosen by Mrs. King. Mrs. King stated that Misamore “strives for excellence in both the classroom and on the tennis courts. She is willing to help anyone in need.”
Misamore is involved in softball, tennis, and FFA for the school.
She stated during the interview that she has had a great year so far at Lee County 9th grade campus. Misamore also added that “it has gotten tough at times academically but other than that it has been very good” (Misamore).
We asked Misamore how it felt to be chosen as SOTM and she said great. She said she was not expecting this at all.
Misamore gave advice for her peers on how they can show school pride throughout there school day. She said for them to “do what they are supposed to do and they will be ok” (Misamore).
If you see Camden Misamore in the halls congratulate her showing such good Trojan pride.
Another month and another batch of Students of the Month. Pranavi Gottapu is one of the eight students chosen to be student of the month for February
Pranavis teacher, Mrs. McNease said that Pranavi is a “pleasure to have in class. She is a dependable student who completes assignments consistently and is an active participant in class. She shows pride in her work and projects and is available to to help those around her when needed.”
Gottapu states that her dream is to “become a Doctor and help people around the world. [She wants] to start charities and build clinics in rural areas so people there will have medical aid when needed. [Her] main goal is to make the world a better place.”
When asked how she felt about being named Student of the Month, Pranavi gave the following response: “It feels great, I really never expected it because there were so many other students who work just as hard. I am glad I got [Student of the Month] though, looking back, I actually deserved it. I guess hard work really does pay off.
Pranavi plays Tennis for the school team and play Badminton. She plays Soccer for fun. She also likes to be outside and with people, so if it involves that, she loves doing it.
Pranavi says that students should “be proud and do a good job [in school]. Even though you might not know it, you are setting an example for many students around the school.”
February has come to an end. Now we await March’s embrace
It’s Jacob’s time to shine! Why? Because he has been chosen Student of the Month for Lee County 9th grade Campus.
Mrs. Smith recommended Jacob for student of the month and said,“Jacob has shown marked improvement this nine weeks. It is obvious he has figured out how to learn the material. He always has a positive attitude toward my class.”
Carlstrom advises other students to be “productive and respectful in class”.
Outside of Carlstrom’s very busy and successful academic life, he says he also enjoys to, “Play the trumpet in the High School Marching Band/Wind Ensemble.”
Carlstrom says “[He] also demonstrates pride by studying for ALL tests (even the little ones) and participating in class time everyday.
Raven Bone was recently selected as one of December’s students of the month. Bone was chosen from a poll where students were able to voice their opinions and show who should get SOTM. Many made comments that “she is a great friend and she is really nice to everyone. She works hard in school and she cares for others.” Continue reading SOTM Spotlight: Raven Bone→
Mrs. Lowry chose Jada Jones for Student of the Month. She felt that “Jada always puts forth her best effort in class and works very hard to excel academically.”
Jones loves to swim and read on her free time. She said that she has been having a great time at the 9th grade. She thinks that the best part about the 9th grade campus is that it is just 9th graders. She said it helps that you aren’t mixed in with the upper campus so that you get the chance to get used to high school.
During Jones’s interview she stated that she shows Trojan Pride in her everyday school day by helping people whenever they need it and getting her work done. Jones feels that her peers can do the right thing by choosing pride everyday. She expressed that students “should actually understand what it means rather than just knowing it is the school’s slogan”.
Jones said that her favorite class is Mrs. Lowry’s. When we asked her why she thought that she was chosen as Student of the Month she said that it is because she always pays attention and when she doesn’t understand something she communicates with her.
The next time you see Jones you should follow her school pride.
Mrs. Dexter chose Joan Barber as her Student of the Month and stated that “It [was her] pleasure to nominate Joan Barber as student of the month. Joan is an excellent student who is hard-working and serious about her education. With confidence, she asks questions to get more understanding in class. Her work ethic and focus on doing well in school is an inspiration to her classmates. Joan is always willing to help her peers without being asked. These attributes make Joan a wonderful example to all. Great job, Joan!”
Barber doesn’t join in on many school activities, but said she likes to go outside and play with her puppy.
When asked what advice she had for her classmates regarding Trojan Pride, she replied with “do your work and be nice to others.”
Barber said that Mrs. Dexter was her favorite teacher because Mrs.Dexter inspires her to learn this year and not to play around.
Thumbs up to Michael Davis on becoming student of the month, at Lee County 9th Grade Campus.
Davis, along with his family and friends is honored to have this type of exposure and feels that he deserved it because of his ”hard work and focus.”
Mr. Whitman can also agree to that. He added that, “Michael is an outstanding student in the classroom. He is always prepared and is respectful to all he encounters. He has shown leadership and dependability throughout the time that I have known him. It is because of these characteristics that I have nominated Michael. He truly demonstrates the behaviors that we at Lee County High School 9th Grade Campus wish to express to others in our school and community.”
Even though Davis hunts, runs, and enjoys other hobbies, he still encourages his peers to put their academics first.
This behavior is what a true student of the month displays!
Natalie Embry was presented with Student of the Month by Ms. Anderson for being a hard-working student. Embry is preparing herself for class everyday working hard doing the assignments asked of her, along with diligent note taking. She has been noted to be one of the more attentive students in class. Continue reading SOTM Spotlight: Natalie Embry→
Another month and another batch of Students of the Month. Mirakkus Peterman is one of the eight students chosen to be student of the month for November.
Mirakkus’ teacher, Mr.Bynum said that, “Mirakkus works hard and treats others how he wants to be treated. He always has a smile on his face and his good attitude spreads to those that he comes in contact with.” The way that Mr. Bynum praises Mirakkus it’s no wonder he was chosen as student of the month. Peterman mentions that he’s “glad he got student of the month.[He] wasn’t expecting it.”
Peterman states that his favorite color is Green because, “it’s just a nice color.”
When asked he also said that Physical Education was his favorite subject. He likes playing basketball in class and has played for a long time.
He says the he misses his friends from Eighth Grade, but has made more friends at the Ninth Grade Campus.
Mirakkus says that students should show PRIDE by “respecting teachers and paying attention in class.”
November has come to an end. Now we await December’s embrace
Colleen Coleman was recognized as one of LCHS 9th grade campus’ students of the month. Colleen was specifically chosen by her teacher for bettering herself personally and academically. Mr.Ledford commented that she “does well in math all the time. She also serves as a peer tutor during PRIDE time and is willing to lend a helping hand.” Continue reading SOTM SPOTLIGHT: COLLEEN COLEMAN→