Congratulations to our October Student Learning Expectations Award recipients!
Zoey P. (Preschool) shows the Student Learning Expectation of Be the Best You Can Be by following classroom rules, playing puzzles, reading books or drawing after snack. She listens carefully to teachers’ directions for working on artwork. Zoey participates in class discussions and lends a helping hand to other students.
Dylan B. (Kinder) demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation of Be the Best You Can Be by being a conscious student so that he can reach mastery of skills he is learning. He participates often in class discussion and supports his classmates in their learning. Dylan is very helpful in the classroom and demonstrates the qualities of a good citizen.
Lucas F. (Grade 1) is always giving it his best academically. He reminds his friends to stay on task to help work as a team, as well as staying on task with his own work. He demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation of Be the Best You Can Be by being very conscious of other students' needs and always helping students around him with their work or even helping them find something.
Avery R. (Grade 2) demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation of “Be the Best You Can Be” by striving and working hard to finish his work on time. He is willing to share his ideas by helping out his classmates and he is a self-assured young learner who is always willing to try something new.
Giuliana M. (Grade 3) puts her best effort into everything she does, in and out of class. She is inspiring, level-headed, and has a brilliant moral compass. She looks out for others and works on her goals with a kind of diligence that we sometimes wish we had. Her improvement and confidence in math have grown significantly, and we are very proud of her for showing up for herself every single day. Giuliana’s resilience and dedication to being the best she can be are what make her shine. We are excited to see her shine even brighter in the future!
Lia F. (Grade 4) is a quiet, polite and respectful student who demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation “Be the Best You Can Be” by taking her assignments seriously and having a positive attitude in class. She shares her ideas through her creative spirit of writing and drawing, which helps her to meet the academic challenges of 4th grade.
Marco R. (Grade 5) demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation of “Be the Best You Can Be, “ by working hard to finish his work on time. He is very helpful around the classroom and always has a positive attitude towards his classmates and teachers, being a responsible citizen.
Slow and steady wins the race. Natalia L. (Grade 6) works and tries so hard in all she does. She is aware of her surroundings and if something needs to be done, she will volunteer for the task. As a dedicated student, she makes the best use of her time in the classroom and tries to complete the majority of her assignments before she leaves for the day. She truly tries to “Be the Best She Can Be.”
Faustina T. (Grade 7) consistently displays the qualities of the Student Learning Expectation Be the Best You Can Be. She demonstrates focus, discipline and attention to detail in all of her work. As a recently elected Student Council Technology Officer, she takes her responsibilities and duties seriously, making her a positive influence for other students.
John M. (Grade 8) is a very respectful young man who gets along with all his peers and classmates. He consistently submits quality, detailed and creative work. He is focused, attentive and always ready to work. In addition, he is able to balance his academics while also taking on the responsibilities of being part of our Student Council as the Student Body Treasurer. He has shown great effort and enthusiasm in “Being the Best He Can Be” at all times.