Spotlight - Students of the Month - February

Lena

Ella has a great work ethic! She is sweet, kind, and always very respectful. She puts her heart into everything she does! She contributes during discussions and has great insights. She sets a wonderful example for her peers. Keep up the amazing work, Ella!

- Ella Friend, Kindergarten

Liam

Claire works to be the very best version of herself and friend to others. She is enthusiastic about learning and helping others learn. She exceeds expectations and encourages others to do the same. She is motivating, kind, respectful and a role model student. Way to go Claire!

- Claire DeMenge, 1st Grade

Vincent

Hudson has been a distance learner rockstar! He contributes to classroom discussions through Google Meets, works hard on completing assignments, and goes above and beyond to practice improving his skills. He is always very respectful, cooperative, and enthusiastic.

- Hudson Johnson, 2nd Grade

Emma

Cheryl has been a pleasure to have in our classroom. No matter what day of the week it is, Cheryl finds a way to be a fun and happy student. Her silliness brings joy to everyone around her. Keep being who you are Cheryl. Your hard work and positivity brightens our school.

- Cherylynn Jose-Sayers, 3rd Grade

Isaac

Tessa walks into the classroom everyday with a smile on her face and a spring in her step! Tessa is friendly and cares about her classmates. She is persistent and perseveres in her work, even when it's tricky. Tessa is helpful and dependable to her teacher and her classmates.

- Tessa McDowall, 4th Grade

Hazel

Hunter is new to McGregor this year and has been in the Merc Zone since his very first day! Hunter is a hard worker who takes pride in getting the job done well. He participates in class, asks great questions, and is always ready to take on a challenge.

- Hunter Rubich, 5th Grade

Sierra

Piper models how to approach school every day-she is inquisitive, she pays attention, she gets help when she needs it, she is kind to everyone, she has managed being a “new kid” extremely well. She’s ALWAYS in the Merc Zone.

- Piper Schmidt, 6th Grade