The Wilmington High School students of the month for January are:
Business: Bailey Zerby — The Business Department would like to nominate Bailey Zerby as the student of the month! Bailey has had a good attitude and has been willing to help others in the class succeed. Great job and keep up the good work!
English: Brock Rappach — Brock is role model in English class. He is conscientious of his grades and isn’t afraid to ask for clarification when needed. Brock can be counted on to participate and to help those around him when the time arises. He is a diligent and caring classmate who always shows respects towards his peers.
Social Studies: Cory Webber — Cory maintains consistent effort and quality in his work. He is able to analyze historical issues at a very deep level, and works well with others. He continually sets a a good example for his peers, demonstrating quiet leadership.
Science: Madison Rickman — Maddie has been a hard worker. She consistently has her work done and goes beyond expectations. Maddie is a great role model for those in her class and helps those around her when needed.
Math: Skye Carpenter (not pictured) — The math department would like to recognize Skye Carpenter. Skye works hard in Honors Precalc and always asks questions when necessary. She has been pleasant addition to our district and Mrs. Grimes’ classroom since she arrived at WHS this fall.
Physical Education/Health: Gabe Reeder — Gabe comes to PE each day with a smile and ready to participate. He is quick to lend a helping hand with equipment and sets a great example of kindness among his peers.
FFA: Ridgedon Beam — As an officer Ridge always leads by example. He will never ask anyone to attempt something without offering his help or knowledge on the task at hand. Ridge was a State Finalist in Wildlife Management last year and is the favorite to win the award this year. Ridge’s Leadership will be tough to replace next year!
Choir: Abigail Tackett — Abigail has been selected to be student of the month for the choral program at Wilmington High School. Abby is consistently helping others in her class while managing a difficult personal schedule between high school classes, extra curriculars, college classes, and work. Yet her work is consistently top-level. Abby is a great example to her peers and will be missed when she graduates.