Four students, one from each public school were honored at the School Board meeting on Monday. Each received a certificate and gift card to Dairy Queen.
Red River Elementary’s student of the month is Kaiden Humphery.
Kaiden, a 3rd grader at RRES, is an amazing, hard-working young man. He always gives 100%; he has set high expectations for himself and works extremely hard to conquer any and every obstacle. When tasks are difficult, he does not quit or give up. Kaiden does not hesitate to ask questions. He is a leader in the classroom, whose behavior serves as a model of excellence for his classmates. This young man is eager and excited to learn on a daily basis. Kaiden was nominated by Mrs. Arnold.
Daniel Grigg was selected from Red River Academic Academy.
Daniel is one of the most humble students i know. He is respectful to both teachers and students. He is always willing to help the teacher and other students. He gives 100% effort on all academic assignments, even when it is very challenging for him. It is his effort level and commitment that impress me the most. Even though he struggles at times, he never gives up trying. He tries to figure out where he went wrong himself before asking for help. He has a strong support system, and that helps a lot in the classroom. Daniel is just a great kid. He was nominated by Mrs. Johnson.
The Student of the Month at Red River Junior High is Daylyn James.
It is our honor and privilege to have this sweet young lady in our class. She is a diligent worker who strives to excel in her classwork. She is well-liked by her peers and is a joy to teach. She is always quick to lend a helping hand when needed. Congratulations to Daylyn – a true Red River superstar! The nomination was submitted by Mrs. Murray.
Niasia Latson is Red River High’s Student of the Month.
Niasia is a student that is being recognized for her great attitude and hard work. She is always respectful of herself, of me and of her peers. She is always kind and mindful of how she treats people. She completes assignments in a timely manner and never needs to be reminded of school or classroom rules. She is a very quiet person, so when called upon, she may not be eager to answer, but she never shows an attitude. I am glad I had the opportunity to teach her. She was nominated by Mrs. Keith.
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