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FMS Students of the Month - April 2018

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FMS Students of the Month

April 2018

 

 

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.

 

Madison Yarnell was chosen to receive the 5th grade Student of the Month award.  She does an excellent job being a good role model in the class and following Trojan PRIDE expectations.  She sets high goals and expectations for herself and works hard to achieve her goals each and every day.  She loves to help around the classroom and helps in keeping our room and school environmentally safe.  Keep working hard at all you do.  Congratulations!

 

Dimitri Petrimeas has been selected as April Student of the Month because of his hard work and integrity. Dimitri is helpful, kind, and dependable to his classmates and adults. These qualities will help you as you navigate life.  Thank you for showing Trojan PRIDE, and for being a quality role model. Keep it up! You'll do great things, Dimitri. 

 

The sixth grade team is pleased to award April Student of the Month to Bode Hoskins.  Bode has had a positive attitude towards learning during the month of April. His work ethic is one of his best attributes. Even when things are not easy, he is one to not give up. If he does not understand something he will always ask for clarification.  Congratulations and keep it up, Bode!

 

The sixth grade team is proud to announce that Savannah Hollander has been selected the FMS Student of the Month for April.  Savannah brings a positive attitude, and a willingness to help others to class consistently. She is a dependable student and her teachers appreciate her work ethic.   Savannah shows her Trojan PRIDE by being prepared for class each day, and working hard to do her best.  Congratulations, Savannah, and keep up the great work!

 

Nicole Robb, who has only been at FMS a short time, has been awarded April Student of the Month. Since her short arrival, she has already made a positive impact on her peers and the overall classroom environment. Not only does Nicole have great demeanor, but she also has a strong work ethic. The seventh grade team has observed her diving right into a task, putting forth full effort, and managing time wisely. Overall, Nicole brightens a classroom with her terrific sense of humor, and her talents are just beginning to be discovered at Fairfield Middle School. Congratulations, Nicole!


Erica Meyers, a conscientious student, is awarded April Student of the Month. She takes her work seriously to ensure her best success. Erica not only puts forth effort, but she is not afraid to make mistakes, as that drives her learning process. Erica, the seventh grade team appreciates your pride in being dependable, and having a positive attitude along with a sense of humor. Congratulations, Erica, on your hard work and being a quiet leader!

 

Nate Woodburn has shown great growth in demonstrating his Trojan PRIDE. During class, he is respectful by raising his hand to ask questions and clarification. He shows integrity when working on individual and group work, making sure to do his part. Nate has also done well in regard to communication with teachers to arrange times to either complete homework assignments or make changes to improve his score. Keep up the good work!

 

The 8th Grade team would like to recognize Kaylee Pringle as April Student of the Month. Kaylee consistently practices Trojan PRIDE in and out of the classroom. She comes to class prepared each and every day. Even when she is not in class, Kaylee can be depended upon to make sure she completes the work and assignments she missed in a timely and efficient manner. She is always respectful of both her peers and her teachers and is consistently looking to go the extra mile to include others. Kaylee’s actions relating to Trojan PRIDE provide a positive example for her peers to follow. Your teachers are proud of you, Kaylee!