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FMS Students of the Month - December 2017

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FMS Students of the Month

December 2017



Each school month, the Fairfield Elks Lodge sponsors the Fairfield Middle School “Students of the Month” award. The purpose of this award is to acknowledge positive contributions of FMS students at school. These positive contributions range from assisting teachers and peers in classroom activities to displaying characteristics as a role model in and out of the classroom. The ‘Students of the Month’ certificates are awarded after a nomination and voting process is completed by each grade level teaching team


Samu Shrestha is a hard-working student. She always comes to school with a good attitude. She is respectful to her peers and to her teachers. She is polite and always willing to help when she is asked. As her teacher, I can always trust that she is going to do what she says. She goes above and beyond what is required and wants to push herself to be a better student. Congratulations, Samu, on being December Student of the Month for 5th grade!


Chase Johnston has been selected for the December Student of the Month.  Chase is always working hard in class.  He comes each day with a great attitude and is ready to learn.  He gives his best effort in everything he does.  He works well with others and is a great role model for his peers.  Keep up the great work, Chase! 


The 6th Grade Team is proud to announce Connor Hawkins as our Student of the Month for December. Connor comes to class ready and wanting to learn. Connor is always positive, he completes his work on time and is willing to help others in the class who might need it. Connor is a hard worker and is extremely valuable to the classroom with his discussion skills. Congratulations, Connor! 


The 6th Grade Team is proud to announce Rowan Terrell as our December Student of the Month. Rowan is a quiet leader, and works with those who need help around her, even when she isn't asked to do so. She is respectful, gets her work in on time, and shows integrity by doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. Congratulations, Rowan! 


Congratulations are in order for Felicia Strong, who received Student of the Month in December. Felicia’s positive, enthusiastic attitude is a great asset in a collaborative learning setting. She is also dedicated, finding joy in her work, which allows her to strive to her fullest potential (this includes moving up a section in band). Overall, Felicia is a pleasure to have in class as she elevates everyone’s thinking as a learner.


Ricky Alonso is the recipient of the December Student of the Month. His teachers describe him as a conscientious student who is ready to learn. Since he is an eager learner, this allows him to turn in outstanding work. In all, he works well amongst his peers and has a positive attitude. Congratulations, Ricky!


The 8th Grade Team is proud to recognize Erin Eddy as its December Student of the Month.  Erin is consistent, determined, and reliable.  She does excellent work and sets high academic expectations for herself.  Though normally quiet in class, when Erin speaks up, she has something important to say.  She will passionately defend underdogs and anyone being treated unfairly.  She will think carefully before offering her own conclusions... observing others, taking in information, and looking at all points of view.  When she contributes to a discussion, teachers and students can be sure that Erin's two cents will present new ideas and will move the conversation in new ways.  Congratulations, Erin, and keep up the good work!


The 8th Grade Team would like to congratulate Kaidyn Mickels on being selected by his teachers as the December Student of the Month. Kaidyn consistently demonstrates Trojan PRIDE in the classroom and sets a great example for his peers. He comes to class prepared and ready to learn Additionally, he respects both his teachers and peers and stays on task throughout his classes. Way to go Kaidyn! Your teachers are proud of you!