WILMINGTON —The January 2016 Wilmington High School Students of the Month:
The Theater Department recognizes Allie Garnai for her design work in Theatre Arts 2. Her willingness to put in the extra time and effort make her projects true works of art. Allie constantly challenges herself and raises the bar from one project to the next. She also puts in extra time and energy outside of class as she prepares for her roles showcasing her performance and dance talents in the upcoming WHS musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
The Foreign Language Department recognizes Aahlaysia Walker for her academic commitment in Spanish. Aahlaysia actively participates in class and serves as a positive role model to her peers. She maintains a positive attitude, volunteers to help classmates, and comes prepared for class and assessments. Aahlaysia pays attention, puts forth extra effort, and utilizes class time effectively.
The Wilmington Ag Department recognizes Lauren Davis for her leadership. Lauren challenges herself to be the best academically in livestock evaluation class. She consistently pushes herself to gain knowledge in each lesson and maintains a positive attitude that empowers her succeed in future judging contests.
The Math Department recognizes Jordan Snarr for serving as a positive role model in class. Jordan comes to class prepared and is a willing participant who is always ready to help her classmates. Her 100% average for the 2nd quarter was the highest average in accelerated geometry classes.
The Science Department recognizes Sierra Rappold for always putting in the work to achieve her personal best in class. Sierra is a diligent student who asks great questions and challenges her classmates to think more deeply about the content.
The Social Studies Department recognizes Sterling Harris for his commitment to class. Sterling comes to class prepared and engages in class discussion and activities. His attitude serves as a positive role model for his classmates.
The English Department recognizes Ty Snarr for serving as an example for his peers enrolled in the College Credit Plus class. Ty goes beyond the minimum requirements, thoughtfully incorporating memorable examples and meticulously revising drafts until they are among the best in the class. His willingness and ability to help other students is also noteworthy and appreciated.
The Business Department recognizes Valeria Ryahovskaya for her high efficiency and quality of work in class. She is effective in her attention to detail in assignments and serves as a positive example for her classmates.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.
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