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May ’18 – Students of the Month


Ryan Anglesey

Weber High School

Mr. Newbold, Ryan’s Secondary Math III teacher, says he has had the pleasure of witnessing Ryan’s analytical reasoning skills develop and mature this year. Ryan has distinguished himself among his peers as a student with a great work ethic and a commitment to learning. Ryan is inquisitive and takes the time to revise problems and understand the justification behind his answers.

Mr. Newbold adds that Ryan is always ahead of the math class in curriculum, which gives him time to proof read solutions online, give essential feedback, and allows time from the teacher to update his blog for the students. Ryan’s accurate and precise work in mathematics is then reflected to all of his peers as they access the class blog for help. Ryan also participates in class when no one else can answer. This not only helps the class along through hard mathematical processes, but also gives others a chance to shine.

Ryan exemplifies what it means to be a Weber Warrior. He is a great role-model for other students and will be missed when he graduates next year. He is an exceptional student who has earned recognition for his achievements.






Patrick Harris

North Ogden Junior High

Patrick is an excellent student in my German 3 class. He is always excited to be in the class and completes everything expected of him. He listens well, notices new words presented in class, and helps others in his group with their work. He is constantly learning more German.

Er strebt sich sehr, sein Duolingo Aufgaben regelmäßig zu machen und schafft es auch, das zu tun. Er ist eine der Besten in der Schule und macht immer weiter so. Patrick ist ein fleissiger Arbeiter, ein toller Schuler und ein hilfsbereiter Junge.

I’m thrilled to have him in class, and hope you expect a lot from him in the future because he can achieve anything!

Harold Zentz-German teacher











Sage Taylor

Maria Montessori Academy

Sage is in 9th grade and has been a student at Maria Montessori Academy for the last four years. Her favorite subjects include Art, English Language Arts, Science, Math, Theatre, and Geography. In her free time, she enjoys writing, drawing, and role-playing with her friends and cousin. When she finishes school, Sage wants to be a graphic novelist. She plans to achieve that goal by going to college, majoring in English, and minoring in Art.

Sage is a true global citizen and crusader for peace. On March 14th, she participated in the National School Walkout because she is passionate about making school a safe place for all. Additionally in March, Sage won tickets to the musical Hamilton by participating in and winning the Telling My Utah Story Letter Writing Contest. In her winning letter, Sage expressed dismay and concern over the discontinuation of plastic recycling in Washington Terrace. 

We think Hamilton would be just as proud as we are of Sage and her ability to express her thoughts to galvanize us for a better tomorrow. 








Tyler Casey

Orion Junior High school

Tyler is a 9th grade student at Orion Jr. High. He loves all things football and baseball! He played on Orion’s football team and is currently on the baseball team. He plays first base, catcher, and right field. Tyler’s favorite class is not surprising, Conditioning. 

He says the best thing about Orion is the teachers. Tyler has a goal to get B grades or better, wants to graduate from high school, and play pro football or baseball. Congratulations and good luck, Tyler!

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