Wilmington High School names Students of the Month


By Wilmington City Schools



Webber

Webber


Brooks


Butler


Foster


Gilbert


Ibaugh


Johnston


Mangold


Stroebel


Trusty


Watkins


The Wilmington High School Students of the Month for November:

• Business Department — Justis Watkins. Justis has been great to have in class. She is always responsible and keeps track of her work in a very organized fashion. She puts time and effort into her assignments and creates high quality results! Keep up the great work!

• English Department — Brooks Butler. In English, Brooks is consistently dependable and responsible. He always comes to class with a desire to learn and a great attitude. He works well with his peers and is respectful to the staff members in the room. Great job, Brooks!

• Social Studies Department — Chase Mangold. The Social Studies Department would like to recognize Chase Mangold as Student of the Month for November. Chase has done an outstanding job this year in his US History class. He is prepared for class on a daily basis, does a nice job on tests and other assessments and adds to our class with his daily class participation. Chase sets an excellent example for the attitude he brings to class on a daily basis. Keep up the good work Chase!

• Science Department — Riley Ibaugh. This month’s Science Student of the Month is Riley Ibaugh. Riley does an outstanding job in Honors Physical Science. He always participates fully in class and makes interesting contributions to discussions. He sets a great example for other science students. We hope he continues to pursue science studies in his future.

• Math Department — Madeline Webber. Madeline Webber is the Math Department’s November Student of the Month. Madeline is a hard worker and a deep thinker. She continuously puts forth her best effort and is a leader in the classroom!

• Phys, Ed, Department — Brett Brooks. Brett Brooks is the PE Student of the Month. Brett comes to class everyday with a great attitude and great energy. He is always willing to give a helping hand to someone who needs it and competes fairly in all contests without any complaining. Keep it up Brett.

• Agriculture Department — Madison Gilbert. Madison Gilbert is nominated for student of the month in the Agriculture Department because she has been dedicated to the program from the start. She has helped lay the ground work for many of our events and activities this year so far. She is always willing to lend a helping hand to other members, takes time out of her busy schedule to attend CDE competitions as well as keeps a 4.0 GPA in all of her other courses.

• Foreign Language Department — Aubree Trusty. Aubree Trusty brings a positive attitude and a desire to learn to French 2 every day, and richly deserves to be named Foreign Language Student of the Month.

• Choral Music Department — Melissa Stroebel. The Choral Department would like to recognize Melissa Stroebel as the student of the month for November. She is a consistent leader in her choir and brings enthusiasm and excellence to the classroom daily. Melissa consistently challenges herself to do better each day and sets a positive example for the rest of the class.

• Theater Department — Sydney Johnston. Sydney is a leader in the classroom. She is typically the first to volunteer to present her scene or monologue. She also provides well thought out feedback to other students on their performances.

• Exceptional Student Education — Cameron Foster. Cameron is an exceptional student and is a wonderful role model for his fellow classmates. He always has a positive attitude and encourages students to do their best.

Webber
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Brooks
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Butler
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Foster
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Gilbert
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Ibaugh
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Johnston
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Mangold
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Stroebel
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Trusty
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Watkins
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By Wilmington City Schools