Chloe Willard was nominated by Mrs. Jones. Chloe is nice to everyone and a calming influence to some of her classmates. She works very hard in everything she does, both school work and sports. Chloe is just a great kid!
Kaden Campbell was nominated by Mr. Ruiz. Kaden is one of the most respectful boys in my 8th grade science class. He shows leadership abilities and uses it to influence some of his peers to do the right thing. He has improved throughout the year in science and I look forward to what he will be able to do in the upcoming quarters.
Shelby Enghausen/Clara, nominated by Mrs. Lovvit, is the sweetest young woman who tries hard in all that she does. She has a beautiful spirit and is kind and thoughtful. I often find that she goes the extra mile in every assignment she does. It is very reassuring to have a student like her.
Shelby Enghausen was also nominated by Mr. Ruiz. Shelby has taken upon the role of being the only H.S. scholastic bowl manager this year. She has already helped me greatly during practice by keeping track of stats and scores. She will also be helping out with matches, which will allow me to see how the JV team is doing if I am with the Varsity. Her effort in helping me never goes unnoticed and I am extremely grateful for her help.
Juan Rios-Narciso was nominated by Mr. Snell. Juan, single-handedly, organized and created the senior journal brooklet. It is not uncommon for Juan to go above and beyond expectation in the classroom or the basketball court. Juan is great student with real Ridgeview character and spirit.
On Friday January 19th, Mrs. Taylor’s Study Skills class had a day to make a connection. Sixth graders were paired with an adult at Ridgeview. Their goal was to learn something about the adult. Students had to introduce themselves and facilitate a conversation. They worked on life skills, such as handshakes, confidence, eye contact, listening, and most importantly making a connection with someone they do not speak to daily. Thank you to Ridgeview staff who were interviewed!