The Wilmington High School November Students of the Month:
• The business department recognizes Melissa Stroebel for her perseverance and willingness to help others through difficult assignments and projects in engineering class.
• The English department recognizes Tyler Ford for putting forth extra effort in class and for modeling to those students around him what “Ready to Learn” looks like. Tyler adds positive energy to the lessons and always comes prepared to learn something new.
• The social studies department recognizes Sam Vestal as one of the top performers in US government. He takes the time to complete his assignments with perspective and depth, and his work ethic sets a good example for other students.
• The science department recognizes Kathryn Yurek for her commitment to her learning and seeking to thoroughly understand course materials. She works very hard and is an exemplary student in every way.
• The math department recognizes Loghan Kinsey for her positive attitude and for putting forth her best effort. Loghan comes to class prepared and is always willing to help others to learn. She sets an excellent example for her classmates and is a joy to have in class.
• The vocational agriculture department recognizes Nick Battrell for his work in mechanical engineering class as well as his work with his shop projects. Nick is self-directed and demonstrates the dedication and adaptability needed to perform various tasks.
• The art department recognizes James Miller for his wonderful attitude and for setting a good example for other students. He is a hard worker, helps others, and makes a sincere effort to master new skills and techniques.
• The foreign language department recognizes Nathan Taylor for his great dedication to his studies and academic leadership. His work ethic is example for others.
• The choral department recognizes Cheyann McKee for her positive influence on the students around her and her willingness to go beyond what is required for class. Cheyann is a leading member of the Varsity Choir and Wilmingtones. Her cheerful attitude and encouragement of others makes her greatly admired and respected by her peers.
• The band department would like to recognize Jessica Haynie for demonstrating a high level of dedication and consistency. Jessica plays in wind ensemble and marching band and is constantly looking for ways to improve herself and others as she consistency strives for the highest level in practice and performance. Her hard work, dedication, and leadership have made a positive impact on the band program.
• The theatre department would like to recognize Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS fall production, “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” but he is also doing stellar with the course work and designing in his theatre arts class. Allister has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set and has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. He always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest.
• The exceptional student education department would like to recognize Russell Frazier for his all his hard work and for putting forth extra effort in all of his classes. Russell has learned many new things this month because of his positive efforts and willingness to work hard.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.