Addie Ramirez was the female lead in the spring musical. She was certainly the most emotionally invested, and went beyond the scope of a typical actor in any show. She assisted greatly with costuming, makeup, and most importantly, organized all of the dance choreography for the entire production. She also assisted in the construction of the large man-eating plants - adding paint detail, floral decorations, and assembling the interior of the puppets.
Shelby Enghausen was the student leader of the Spring musical's crew. She constructed 2 of the 4 puppets almost completely independently, and contributed a great deal to the construction of the 2 large puppets, which were assembled off campus, with detail work. She also operated one small puppet and one large puppet during the production, and ran the light board for half of the show. Her emotional investment in the tech aspect of this show was just as high if not greater than most of the actors.
Both students were nominated by Mr. Marchese.
Jahir was nominated by both Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Jones.
Mrs. Taylor said that Jahir is one of those students who just does the right thing all the time and he is so polite. He helps a lot of his classmates when they are struggling, even if he is still working on his homework. If there could be a class full of Jahirs-- life would be perfect!!!!!!
Mrs. Jones said that Jahir Ramirez is a very patient and understanding student. He continues to work hard and complete assignments even if others around him are not working. He is willing to help or work with anyone on assignments or projects.
Brittany was nominated by Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Jones said that she has been working very hard on her grades and staying focused in class. She takes her time on her assignments in order to do the best job she can. If she has a question about the work, she will come in and ask for extra help
Kam was nominated by Mr. Kennedy.
Mr. Kennedy said that Kam is one of the politest, most respectful students we have in our Junior. High. Everyday Kam takes time to ask his classmates and teachers, how their day is going and how they are doing. Kam also does an outstanding job in the classroom. He comes to class everyday ready to learn and takes pride in his responsibilities as a student. These are just a few reasons why I have chosen to nominate Kam Harrison for March student of the month.
It's March and the Madness has begun!!
The games are on and your favorite team is in the Big Dance!!
Your parents purchased tickets to the CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!!!
You can't wait...
But your (not so funny) little sister decided to hide your tickets. Can you find them in time???
Mr. Hutley, Mr. Ruiz and Mrs. Taylor’s 8th grade and Freshman math classes had to “Break” the tickets out of the locked box.
Thank you to Mrs. Grunloh from Lexington High School for introducing us to this concept!
What a great experience!
Hannah Hamilton and Brodie Weidner
Mrs. Underwood nominated Hannah Hamilton.
"Hannah Hamilton is doing very well in my class. She is a leader, volunteers, and adds great insight.
She also competed with the WYSE team and was successful."
Hannah was a participated in basketball and was still able to achieve high marks academically.
Mrs. Bunting nominated Brodie Wiedner
"I would like to nominate Brodie Weidner for student of the month. In Ag Mechanics, he continually goes above and beyond and is a leader in the shop. He also constructed a wooden ice cooler for our Alumni auction and spent countless hours outside of class building and finalizing his project for the auction. I appreciate all of his hard work and dedication."
Brodie was also a member of the Ridgeview Basketball team.