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Student of the Month

A Student of the Month is recognized for consistently demonstrating kindness, compassion, and respect as well demonstrating responsibility, working hard in the classroom and making outstanding academic efforts.

January 2019
Olivia Paul
"I would like to nominate Olivia Paul.  She has been working very hard this year to hand in all her work on time and it's always very thorough.  This is has been a goal we've had since 4th grade, and I'm so very proud that she is making this a priority.  She is always willing to help classmates who don't understand assignments, she always has a positive attitude, and seeks to work quietly when asked to do so.  She remains focused throughout the day on the tasks she is given.  Well done!" 
- Miss Chapman
 
 Cameron Fleck
"I would like to nominate Cameron Fleck for the January student of the month.  Cam is a great student.  He completes all assignments on time and achieves excellent scores on tests while also playing basketball for LCS.  Cam always has a positive attitude in class and is willing to do anything that is asked of him.  He works very well in group activities and on projects.  Great work, Cam!"
-Mrs. Spaulding
 
Emma Johnson
"I’d like to nominate Emma Johnson for student of the month. Emma has diligently worked very hard this year in 9th grade English. She is organized, prepared and works to the best of her ability with a wonderful attitude and a smile. I’m proud of her accomplishments and impressed with her work ethic and motivation to achieve her best."
-Mrs. O'Keefe
 
 
 

November 2018

Kaylie Clore

I would like to nominate Kaylie Clore for middle school student of the month.  As a new student, Kaylie has easily fit right in with the students in her class.  She turns in work that shows her best effort, and she gladly participates in classroom discussion.  She is a great student and a great addition to LCS.”
-Mrs. Nolen
 
Nick McCain
“I'd like to nominate Nick McCain for student of the month. He comes to class daily with a 
smile on his face and a great attitude. He is always prepared, focused in class, organized, 
and diligent in his work. (See what I did there with comma rule 2a, Nick? :)” 
-Mrs. O'Keefe

 

October 2018

 Ezzie Martin

"Ezzie is an outstanding student that has continually pushed herself to do her best. Whenever there is a homework assignment or test, Ezzie diligently checks and rechecks each answer carefully. She has truly demonstrated the concept found in Galatians 6:9, “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.” Even when others finish before her, she still works to do her best and does not rush to put answers on her page. Lately, her grades have excelled because she has made a conscious effort to work hard not only in class, but also at home. For these reasons, I nominate Ezzie Martin as student of the month." 

-Mrs. Highfield 

 

 Emily Tiihonen

"I nominated Emily TIihonen for student of the month because she is an excellent individual both in and outside of the classroom.  Emily maintained a high grade point average, while playing volleyball for LCS.  She works well with other students in class group work and always has a Christ-like attitude of willingness to do whatever is asked of her.  Congratulations, Emily!"

-Mrs. Spaulding

 

 Marleigh Beaker

"Marleigh has made the transition to LCS seamlessly. She is a great student and always gives me her very best.  Her work is in on time, is written out neatly (which is a HUGE blessing to me, as a math teacher), and is done correctly (most of the time )  She is respectful to her teachers and her classmates, and when I'm talking I always know I have her full attention.  Great job, Marleigh!  Keep up the good work.  We are blessed to have you here at LCS!"

-Mrs. Stiles

September 2018 
 
John Harris
"John is an excellent student in Algebra 1.  He picks up on concepts quickly, as a result of working diligently in class.  He has helped other students with their understanding of difficult concepts in class during our section reviews.  The most important reason that John received my nomination as student of the month is that he has finally broken the horrible habit of tossing his pencil up and down for the ENTIRE block."
-Mr. Highfield