WILMINGTON — Wilmington High School has announced its February Students of the Month:
• The Art Department recognizes Kyla Nagle for her willingness to assist the department and classmates with extra tasks. She consistently gives her best efforts as she completes her work and participates in class with positivity and respect.
• The Business Department recognizes Hannah Prewitt for her respect of classroom procedures and her focused and efficient attention to detail and high quality work. Hannah has a forward-looking mindset and is always improving. She holds herself to a high standard and has maintained high scores in her business classes.
• The Choral Department recognizes Averi Vance for her ability to lead by example and for her willingness to help her fellow students. Averi is also willing to be vulnerable and ask for help when needed, thus, setting an example for others in her section. Her cheerful demeanor and skillful singing make her an asset to her choir and the entire choral program.
• The English Department recognizes Ali Dooley—describing her as a maximum-effort student who communicates her sophisticated and philosophical world view with logic and finesse. Ali is an independent thinker who helps others make deeper connections to literature and the world.
• The Foreign Language Department recognizes Allie Kees for her leadership in Spanish I. Allie participates in interpersonal activities and is not afraid to try new techniques. Allie is a role model in class. She is an engaged listener who volunteers with a positive attitude. As a result, her language skills are progressing well.
• The Health and Physical Education Department recognizes Samantha Fall for her ability to be both an active participant and active listener during class discussions. Samantha demonstrates a positive attitude in class and is respectful to the teaching staff and her peers.
• The Math Department recognizes John Clair-Nease for his consistency in submitting homework and completing all assignments. John is willing to help other students and is always respectful to his teachers and peers.
• The Science Department recognizes Elaine Menguria for her helpfulness in suggesting and creating new ways for students to study. Elaine sets the example of how a student should prioritize his or her time and often demonstrates a willingness to participate in scientific explorations of new topics.
• The Social Studies Department recognizes Kathleen Hottinger as a reliable student who focuses in class and prioritizes the focus for learning each day. Kathleen is a leader in the classroom and actively encourages other students to engage with the material and explore the different issues facing society today.
• The Theater Department recognizes Brady Henry and Charly Schumacher: Brady and Charly have worked together in Stagecraft so diligently and in total cooperation with one another that both of their successes warrant celebration. Together they have worked to create and restore vital set pieces. They focus on detail and craftsmanship, and while their projects often take weeks, Brady and Charly do not lose sight of the end goals as they endure the sometimes tedious process.
Their work also often attracts the interest of classmates who desire to also participate in the process. On those occasions, Charly and Brady lead their classmates through the steps and act in supervisory roles. Their dedication and strong work ethic is an asset to the program, and the many the tools and techniques they have mastered in Stagecraft will help them in projects they will encounter in the years after high school.