WHS honors students of month


By Wilmington City Schools



Sammie Clark

Sammie Clark


Josh Holmes


Hannah Joeckel


Mason McIntosh


Jacob Murtland


Kade Neu


Noah Sweetman


Triston Thompson-Smith


Jenee Valentine


Chandler Wright


WILMINGTON —Wilmington High School has announced its Students of the Month for October.

• Business Department — Triston Thompson-Smith. The Business Department would like to nominate Triston Thompson-Smith as student of the month. Triston is responsible and hardworking, and has demonstrated a high level of motivation. She always has a positive attitude in class. Triston puts time and effort into creating quality work, and her grades show it! Keep up the great work Triston!

• English Department — Jacob Murtland. As far as being kind and responsible, Jacob Murtland exemplifies those traits and more. Jacob sets a terrific example in class. He has great participation and self-advocates when he has a question. He’s always prepared and ready for success. It is a joy to have him as a student. Way to be awesome, Jacob!

• Social Studies — Jenee Valentine. Social Studies would like to nominate Jenee Valentine. Jenee consistently turns in work, participates in class discussions, and works well in both groups and by herself. She is an insightful student that is truly grabbing onto the material and making the most of her classroom opportunities.

• Science Department — Chandler Wright. The Science Department would like recognize Chandler for his strong work ethic in the classroom. Chandler maintains outstanding attendance in my class. He arrives promptly and is always ready to work. He asks questions to deepen his understand of the content. He is always up for a challenge and is willing to help others that need to hear or see the content in a different way. Thanks, Chandler, for being a positive role model for your class.

• Math Department — Sammie Clark. Sammie has been working extra hard in her senior statistics class. She has always asked me what the assignments are that she may have missed and gets her work done even on days she is absent. She is respectful to her peers and teachers at all times, even when frustrated with the math material. She has worked hard to always be prepared for her test/quizzes in classes and always ask questions when she is confused. She has been a pleasure to have in class this year and I know she will do great things with her work ethic and respectfulness.

• Physical Education — Josh Holmes. Josh sets a great example in PE. He gives 100 percent in game play, demonstrates sportsmanship, and gives kind encouragement to all.

• Foreign Language — Hannah Joeckel. Hannah comes to class every day with a smile on her face and with a positive attitude. Hannah works very hard in class and has maintained a 100 percent average all quarter. Hannah is very proactive and takes the initiative in class by completing tasks on time, raising her hand to participate, and by working well with a partner and in groups. Keep up the good work Hannah!

• Choral Department — Noah Sweetman. The Choral Department would like to recognize Noah Sweetman as October student of the month. Noah is a dedicated high school student who is a student aide for our choral director during one of the middle school choir class periods. He is willing to run errands, search for music, and “chip in” and help the young men of the middle school choir by singing along with them. The example that Noah displays with his willingness and enthusiasm helps the middle school students overcome their timidity and sing to the best of their own abilities.

• Band Department: Kade Neu. The Band Program would like to recognize Kade Neu as our October Student of the month. Kade is a senior and a member of the Wind Ensemble and Marching Band. He is constantly engaged in the rehearsal process by being prepared, being positive and acting as a great leader to others in the band program. Kade is leaving a positive legacy at WHS

• Theater Department — Mason McIntosh. Mason is an extremely hard worker in Stagecraft. He is typically the first to volunteer for a job and I know if given a task, Mason will see it through. He is versatile in many aspect of set construction. He is able to use many of the tools we have backstage. Mason has an eye for perfection and will often stay until the job is finished.

Sammie Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Clark_Samantha.jpegSammie Clark

Josh Holmes
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Holmes_Josh.jpegJosh Holmes

Hannah Joeckel
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Joeckel_Hannah.jpegHannah Joeckel

Mason McIntosh
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10McIntosh_Mason.jpegMason McIntosh

Jacob Murtland
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Murtland_Jacob.jpegJacob Murtland

Kade Neu
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Neu_Kade.jpegKade Neu

Noah Sweetman
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Sweetman_Noah.jpegNoah Sweetman

Triston Thompson-Smith
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10ThompsonSmith_Triston.jpegTriston Thompson-Smith

Jenee Valentine
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Valentine_Jenee.jpegJenee Valentine

Chandler Wright
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_10Wright_Chandler.jpegChandler Wright

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By Wilmington City Schools