WILMINGTON — Wilmington High School has named its April Students of the Month:
The Agriculture Education Department recognizes Sarah Waln for her work with the City of Wilmington and for putting her FFA community service project into action. Sara’s project has been instrumental in the planning and development of plantings that will be done in city parks.
The Band Program recognizes Rebecca True who plays in both the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. Rebecca continually demonstrates a drive for excellence and provides great leadership to others in her section.
The Business Department recognizes Olivia Veidt for her quality work and close attention to detail that ensures the final product is always at its best. Olivia demonstrates a positive attitude in class and maintains exceptional grades.
The English Department recognizes Destiny Tackett for her leadership among her peers and for being a friend to all. She is a dedicated, determined, and talented student whose work ethic serves as an example to others.
The Foreign Language Department recognizes Meredith Robinson for very hard in class. She completes all of her assignments on time, actively participates in class, and volunteers answers. She has a strong work ethic and is a joy to have in class.
The Math Department recognizes Anna Keiter who serves as an excellent role model in the math classroom. Anna is always willing to help her fellow students and her hard work and dedication to detail are greatly appreciated.
The Health and Physical Education Department recognizes Larry Jamason for his positive attitude and willingness to participate in gym activities — sometimes it’s difficult to even get Larry out of the gym.
The Science Department recognizes Heather Fryman who has been one of the hardest working and dedicated students in science classes that Wilmington has had in recent years. She asks excellent questions and has been very diligent during what most students consider to be difficult self-paced learning activities. She is an excellent writer and assists other students in understanding lab activities. She has been a positive example for everyone.
The Social Studies Department recognizes Madison Hodge for her strong work ethic and dedication to her own education. Madison is a leader in the classroom — helping others who need assistance with activities and classwork. Madison is an excellent representative for her family, school, and community.
The Theatre Department recognizes the work of Sydney Murtland. Her assessments in Theatre Arts 1 are at the top of the class. She is prepared, prompt, polite, and participates in class — even agreeing to read for roles she doesn’t really want. She is a joy to have in class, and her teachers appreciate her attention to detail and strong work ethic.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.
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