Leadership Award Recipients
The Board of Education recognizes students each month for outstanding leasership qualities. Students are recommended by staff members. Recipients attend the monthly meeting with family members. Principals share why the student was nominated for the award. The Board of Education President congratulates the student on behalf of the entire Board and the student receives a certificate and a Purple Eagle shirt.
This year's recipients are:
The leadership award was presented to Alyazirah Villanueva. She is an Elementary School student who was recognized as a very hard working and determined young lady. She works very hard to earn the best grades that she can. Her homework is always done and turned in by the due date. Not only is Alyazirah a hard worker in the classroom, she is also a member of SLC “Student Leadership Council”. She is patient and kind with all of her classmates and is ready to help anyone at a moment’s notice. She is a true leader!
The leadership award was presented to High School student Demetrius "Meach" Gardner. He is a natural leader and students draw inspiration from him. He is someone whom his peers look up to for guidance. He puts in the time and hard work to earn success. He was a captain on the football team and took it seriously. If players were late to school, or grades were slipping, he would talk with them and encourage them to work harder for the success of the team.
The leadership award was presented to Middle School student Sydney Mulka. She leads by example, encourages and inspires others to be better, and displays courage and integrity. She is a member of the National Junior Honor Society, chorus, band, theater productions, and was the varsity soccer team's goalie. She is always willing to help her classmates or teammates and she does it with a smile. Congratulations Sydney!
The Leadership Award was presented to Elementary School student Joshua Zayac. Joshua displays great leadership in everything he does! He is always ready to start the day with his homework complete and ready to be turned in. He is focused and ready to learn when he enters the room each morning. If Joshua observes a fellow student doesn’t understand the homework, he takes the inititive to help them right away. He is a confident and a wonderful example of leadership! Mrs. Klips is proud to have Joshua in her classroom. Congratulations Joshua!
The Leadership Award was presented to High School student Tyler Kast. Tyler displays leadership in his classroom, community and on the field. He is part of the Big Brother Football Program and mentors younger players as they devolop their skills. Congratulations Tyler!