Congratulations to our hardworking students who are recognized by teachers and faculty at their schools. Great job!
Weber High School
Emma Reese is not only a hard-working student, she is also friendly and helpful. She goes out of her way to help others and actively finds things that need to be done. She always has a smile on her face. She is appreciated so much in the counseling office!
North Ogden Junior High
Hailey is a great example to her peers. She can be counted on to be attentive during lessons and to stay on task during class activities. Hailey is a bright student, and she has done a great job this year with giving one-on-one help to students who are struggling and has been able to help them better understand the material. Hailey makes positive contributions to class discussions and is a team player who actively participates during lab activities and group projects. She sets high standards for herself and is clearly determined to achieve her goals. Hailey comes each day prepared to learn and is a positive influence on the other students in her class. She is responsible, respectful, and is kind to everyone. Hailey has a bright future ahead of her. She has already developed qualities that will serve her well as she continues her education and her other life pursuits. She is a joy to be around and is a hard worker who is willing to put in the effort needed to be successful.
Maria Montessori Academy
Serving Others Through Grace and Courtesy: Auston is very respectful to his teachers and their boundaries for him. He is always obeying and following grace and courtesy during lunch time, transition times, etc. He will take his hat off as soon as he walks into the school and has now begun to remind other students of the grace and courtesy that goes along with the rules regarding hats at our school.
Lifelong Learner: This year, Auston has really stepped up his game when it comes to academics. He is not afraid to ask questions when he does not understand something, and he has been committed to staying on top of his work in all parts of class (ELA, Math, etc.). Auston has been working extra hard recently to get all his grades in order so that he can play on the school soccer team.
Integrity and Honesty: Recently, Auston and friends were doing some things that they were not supposed to be doing in the library, and his friends got caught but he did not. Soon after, he came back from the library and told his teacher that he had been a part of what happened there. Not only was he honest about what happened, but he also independently walked back down to the library to apologize.
Orion Jr. High School
Paxton is an excellent student, a hard worker, and has a goal to stay on the high honor roll. Something special that stands out about Paxton is his willingness to get out of his comfort zone and challenge himself in areas that he wants to improve in. He participates in Latinos in Action and wanted to take that class to have the opportunity to learn leadership skills and help others. As a class, they go over to Majestic Elementary twice a week to read with and tutor students, help run our food pantry at Orion, clean up in the cafeteria, and volunteer in many areas, depending on the needs at Orion. Paxton is active in sports and looks for ways to get involved. He is in theatre, plays basketball, volleyball, and was a manager for Orion’s boys basketball team this year. Paxton is such a kind-hearted individual and strives to do the right things. Congratulations, Paxton!