MONARCH — Positive. Productive. Responsible. Respectful. Friendliness. Willingness to help others. These are all excellent virtues that we should all strive to possess and live by and do so beginning when we are young.
Some students at Monarch Elementary School have demonstrated those qualities at school and that’s why the school has named them its Students and Star Students of the Quarter for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017-2018 school year.
In statements released this week, Monarch Elementary School announced the names of the Students of the Quarter for grades 5K-2nd and 3rd-5th and the names of the Star Students of the Quarter.
The Students of the Quarter for grades 5K-2nd are:
• Brady Greer
• Kyleigh Erwin
• Noah Phillips
• Blake Eller
• Hailey Meadows
• Lexi Robinson
• Kenna Kornelli
The press release states these students were named Students of the Quarter because of their “positive behavior, friendliness, and willingness to help others.”
The Students of the Quarter for grades 3rd-5th are:
• Sky Edwards
• Latricia Jeter
• Hannah Cali Coker
• Meliyah Snow
• Mason Russell
• Jackson Shields
• Calee Childers
• Mickia Gist
• Hannah Robinson
The press release states that these “outstanding students” were named Students of the Quarter because they were selected for the honor “by their teachers for being responsible, respectful, and productive.”
The Star Students of the Quarter are:
• Isaiah Henry
• McKenzie Brewington
• Kemija Henry
• Emalee Waters
The press release states that these students were named Star Students of the Quarter because they were selected for the honor “by their teachers for being positive, productive, and respectful.”
Each press release concludes by congratulating the students for their achievement in being named Students or Star Students of the Quarter and for demonstrating the qualities that won them that honor.
Congratulations indeed to these young ladies and gentlemen and may they always be proud of the recognition they have received for demonstrating the qualities that won them this honor. More importantly, is is our hope that they demonstrate these qualities, not only at school but elsewhere, and not only now but always. By doing so, they can set an example for others to emulate and help make not only their school but their community a better, happier, and more productive place for all.