Weber High School
Stryker is a junior at Weber High School. He has been a member of the football and basketball teams since his freshman year! His favorite thing about Weber High school are his coaches and teammates. He says he has built so many lifelong relationships with a ton of teammates, and he looks up to all of his coaches; they have helped him become the young man he is today. Stryker is dedicated and hardworking. After being at school all day, he has sports practice and then goes to training. Once all of that is finished, he does his homework. His plans after high school are to play a college sport and possibly pursue a career in Interior Design. Stryker is a genuine and kind young man, and we are lucky to have him as a Weber High Warrior!
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Orion Jr. High School
Marycarmen is a 9th grader at Orion Jr. High. She works hard in school to be successful and has had a high GPA throughout junior high. Marycarmen has a goal to attend Columbia University in New York and wants to be a nurse. Her favorite subject in school is math, because it’s different than all of the other subjects and she enjoys working with numbers. Marycarmen is a proud Venezuelan and speaks Spanish fluently. Marycarmen is kind, helpful, funny, and brings joy to those around her. She is a bright star, and we are excited to recognize her hard work and fun personality. Congratulations, Marycarmen!
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Jannessa Reyna Agabo
Maria Montessori Academy
Jannessa communicates well with students, teachers, and community members. She works hard to stay on top of her assignments and does her work to the best of her ability. She is able to articulate her thoughts and ideas clearly in class and helps other students understand in a way that makes sense to them. Jennessa advocates for her own learning and is happy to help others. Jennessa has a large capacity for empathy, which makes her a patient and caring friend. She involves everyone and doesn’t exclude or create cliques. She treats others with respect, regardless of their age, and is naturally gifted at working with younger students. She is also a wonderful big sister to her younger siblings. Jennessa shows integrity in her schoolwork and in her friendships. She is honest and goes above and beyond in her work, regardless of if she’s working from home, alone at school, or in groups. We are lucky to have Jennessa be a part of our Montessori community!
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North Ogden Junior High
Luke Church has been nominated for student of the month for several reasons. First, he exemplifies everything one thinks of when thinking of a good student. Luke is always focused and on task as well as purposeful and hard working. These behaviors have ensured that Luke will have success. Daily, he pushes himself to fulfill his potential and to achieve high goals. In addition, Luke is friendly, well behaved, and respectful of peers and teachers. Additionally, he seems to exhibit a level of maturity far beyond his years. This is reflected in his ability to be responsible and to follow through on all tasks that he endeavors. One thing most loved about Luke, though, is his energy and enthusiasm for his work. One never hears him whine or complain, and he always seems eager to dive right in and to do quality work. The product of this work ethic easily shows through in the exemplary quality of his work. He is often the first to get started and the last to leave his desk for the day. Luke will no doubt always be a tremendous asset to any teacher or future employer. Congratulations, Luke, and keep up the good work! You’re awesome!