- Outstanding academic achievement
- Extraordinary effort
- Noticeable improvement
- Determination in overcoming obstacles
Students of the Month for October 2015
Nina Barnes, Health/Physical Education
Elijah DiSalle, Family Consumer Science
"It is obvious that Elijah works hard on assignments and assessments, and his work reveals that he has read the text and thought through/assimilated the material," notes Child Development teacher Mrs. Graf. "(He is) responsible in turning in work on time." Elijah lives in Eau Claire.
Jayden Salo, 6th Grade
At last check, Jayden was on pace or ahead in all his classes. According to his math teacher, Ms. Walczak, he attends live class sessions regularly, participates, and works hard to be successful. In addition, the 6th grader from Waukesha also takes advantage of retake opportunities to improve scores, and asks questions to improve understanding.
Logan Szeifert, EnglishAn 11th grader from Jackson, Logan's emails and contributions to discussions show great enthusiasm and a willingness to have fun even while engaging with challenging topics. "He seems to be just a good old fashioned hard worker. He always comes to eSessions, and he's not afraid to ask questions—making the class seem more like a "real" class," according to English teacher Mr. Schulte.
Brodie Tews, 7th GradeBrodie has made a smooth transition to virtual school. Ms. Walczak reports that he is "excelling in math with excellent, well thought out explanations and work on assessments." Brodie lives in Blanchardville.
Noah Wilson, 8th Grade
Noah lives in Kenosha. He makes a real effort to stay on pace in all his classes by attending each eSession, participating, helping others, and turning in high quality work.