May Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Hailey Riley was chosen for this award because the hard work and effort she exhibits each day in Intro Algebra 1 B. She makes the most of her time in class by completing her weekly reviews early and by working through all the work she is asked to complete, as well as any optional assignments. She asks questions to ensure that she understands what she is learning beyond just knowing how to do each question. She also spends the time required to earn full credit on all of the Khan Academy
assignments. She sets a great example for other students in class. Keep up the good work, Hailey!

Ruth Valdez Feliz is receiving this award for her hard work and dedication both in and out of the classroom. She always tries her best, asks for help if needed and never hesitates to help a classmate. The resilience she displays when faced with challenging problems is commendable. She has a wonderful attitude towards mathematics and is very conscientious about her performance. Keep up the great work, Ruth!

April Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Jordan Photis is receiving this award as a result of his hard work and drive in Honors Math Analysis and his commitment to completing every task with excellence. He constantly volunteers answers, but more importantly, he asks insightful questions. You have done a tremendous job this semester. He finished the third marking period with one of the top grades overall out of both classes, and he is continuing that success in the fourth marking period. He is one of the most intelligent and most driven students at Penn Manor, and his teachers look forward to his future successes!

Madison Smith is receiving this award because of her daily commitment to the learning and mastery of mathematics at Penn Manor High School. She is an asset to the mathematics classroom due to her positive, and diligent attitude towards the completion of her daily assignments. This attitude has led her to much success, and has not gone unnoticed. She is a leader by example, and her kindness is contagious. Madison, please challenge yourself to retain these qualities, and thank you for
your regular contributions to our school!

March Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Thomas Hockenberry is receiving this award for his outstanding work in Honors Math Analysis. He has emerged as a leader in Honors Math Analysis. He constantly asks great questions and volunteers answers. Also, he is quick to help his classmates. He consistently scores in the top five percent of the class on assignments and tests, and has a high potential to be very successful in Advanced Placement Calculus next year. Keep up the good work, Thomas!

Alexsandra Cruz (no picture) is receiving this award for her diligence and effort in Intro to Algebra B. Her class participation stands out from her peers, as well as her willingness to try new problems and modify any mistakes. Her work completion is outstanding and it is apparent that she always stops to think about each problem and is conscientious about her work. Her teacher is glad to have her in class.

February Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Danny Foltz is receiving this award because his effort in Honors Math Analysis this year was very commendable. His attention to detail and the amount of work shown did not go unnoticed. He finished the semester with the second highest grade in the class. He was helpful to other students and worked well in small groups. He always used his time wisely, asked great questions, and completed every assignment to the best of his ability. He always had a positive attitude and put his best foot forward. Keep up the excellent work, Danny!

Tara Wenger is receiving this award due to her effort in CP Algebra 1 this year. Her work was careful, meticulous, and thorough. She finished the semester with the highest grade in the class. She was willing to help other students and worked well in small groups. She always used her time wisely, asked great questions, and completed every assignment to the best of her ability. Way to go, Tara!

Shishir Neupane is receiving this award because of the hard work and diligence he put into his Intro to Algebra 1B class. His work ethic this semester has been outstanding. His attitude towards challenging problems and difficult tasks demonstrated the true definitions of grit and resilience. His exceptional efforts showed through in his assessments, helping him finish Intro Algebra A with the highest average in class for the second marking period. Congratulations Shishir!

December Mathletes!

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Audrey Paterson was chosen this month as a result of her tenacious effort to understand and excel in Algebra 1. She strives to complete every assignment with perfection and does not hesitate to take on any optional work or challenges. All her assignments are completed on time or early with a high level of accuracy. She has also demonstrated a willingness to work alongside and help anyone in class who asks, answering questions for her classmates or working with them. The effort that she puts forth and the character she displays do not go unnoticed and will serve her well as she continues through and beyond her high school career.

Micah Frey is receiving this award because he always puts forth his best effort to complete his classwork and homework effectively. When given assignments that allow him to draw on his own interests, he shows a great deal of creativity and innovation. His overall test and quiz grades show that he works hard and puts for the effort needed to be
successful in math. Nice work, Micah!

November Mathletes!

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Eleanor Helm was selected for this award as a result of the hard work and effort that she put into learning new content and excelling in Honors Geo/Trig. She is incredibly thorough as she tackles new ideas. She is not afraid to ask questions, and she is willing to both kindly give advice and receive it openly from other students as she practices new and challenging concepts. Eleanor strives to put forth her best effort in everything she touches, and it does not go unnoticed. As a result of her positive attitude, her thorough attention to detail and logic, and her well-practiced work habits, she earned the highest grade in her class for the first marking period. Keep up the great work, Eleanor, and you’ll find success throughout your schooling and far beyond it!


Graham Thomas has been chosen for this award as a result of his consistent hard work, his character, and his attitude. He consistently has his homework completed, with his work shown, demonstrating personal
responsibility and indicating a strong sense of mathematical reasoning. He earned a 95% during the first marking period and currently has almost a 97% in the second marking period. But his teachers are most impressed by the way he behaves in the classroom. He is respectful towards his teachers, kind towards your peers, and willing to
work with any student when asked. These are all evidence of his good
character.

Raudys Pineda Rodriguez has been selected for this award due to his average of 96% last marking period, the highest in his class. He is always prepared for class and ready to learn. He works well with others and always asks for help when needed. His hard work and dedication is something to be proud of and his efforts have not gone unnoticed. He asked to be signed up for homeroom to make sure he was completing his work correctly, which shows great initiative on his part. Keep up the good work, Ruadys! Your teachers are so proud of you!

October Mathletes!

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Aliya Trussel has been chosen for this award as a result of her determination for success, to truly understand calculus concepts, and drive to learn independently, both of which make her stand out from your peers this fall. It was such a surprise to her teacher to set up Khan Academy assignments, to find that she already explored and completed many of them independently. The creativity in her limits project also stands out, not only in the appearance of her poster, but her approach to the regression line, and her topic choice was unique. Aliya’s persistence in learning also stands out; when she seeks out feedback, she never gives up and is always willing to each problem again. Thank you, Aliya, for your effort thus far. Your teacher is so happy to have you in AP Calculus, and is looking forward to the rest of the year!

Joadel Pabon Quinones has been chosen for the award because he has been the top Intro C student in his class, earning a 99.5%. He is always prepared for class and always has a smile on his face. Joadel is always willing to volunteer answers and help those around him. His 100% on both of the recent polynomial part I and II tests is the first that his teacher has had while teaching Intro C. He is quick to pick up on content, and when he is not sure of something, he always asks for help. Continue doing a great job, Joadel! Your teachers couldn’t be more proud!

Keegan Diggs has been chosen for this award because of her work ethic and determination to keep up with her school work as both a cross country and golf athlete, making her stand out among her peers. Her teacher appreciates that Keegan always takes the time to tell her ahead of time when she will be missing class, collects work that she will be missing, and completes the work. At a young age, Keegan already has a good understanding of the extra responsibility of being a student athlete. Her efforts really stand out,  and her teacher is happy to have her in the class. Keep up the great work, Keegan!

April Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Andrew Glenn was chosen for this award due to the hard work and perseverance
he demonstrates in his math class. He works patiently and thoroughly and takes the time to ensure that his solutions to problems fit each scenario. He strives to
ensure that his understanding goes beyond the steps of problem solving and
extends to concepts and reasons behind those steps. He makes himself available to help his peers and is willing to learn from them, as well. His consistency has enabled him to earn the highest grade in Geometry for the third marking period, and will continue to serve him well as he journeys through high school and beyond. Keep up the hard work, Andrew!

Ashlyn Rohrer has been chosen as a result of his hard work and responsibility. He consistently has his homework completed, with his work shown and well organized, indicating a strong sense of mathematical reasoning. He earned a 92% during the third marking period and currently has a 96% in the fourth marking period, in part, because he scored a 95% on the Polynomials Unit test. He also has demonstrated personal responsibility by mastering 377/412 topics on ALEKs ahead of the target due date. But his teacher is most impressed by the way you behaves in the classroom. He is respectful towards the teacher, kind towards his peers, and willing to work with any student when asked. These are all evidence of his good character.

Isabella Peters has been chosen because her work ethic in acquiring the math skills of Algebra has been exemplary all semester. She takes every opportunity to fine tune her skills and completes her assignments to a high degree of accuracy. She always graciously works with others to help them in attaining the same level of understanding that she has achieved. As Softball season began, she had to take on completing more assignments outside of class because of early dismissals for sports, and she has excelled. Being busy has increased her focus to achieve in the classroom, as well as on the sporting field.

March Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

David Kramer is receiving this award because his approach to learning, class participation, and work ethic stand out from his peers. His teacher appreciates his questions in class since they are always thoughtful and help aid him in understanding and making connections within the content in calculus. He works hard to understand and truly learn concepts, the “why,” and not just
memorizing to get a grade. He can be counted on to participate in class
and provide thoughts and answers. His homework and classwork is always
completed to the best of his effort and his extra effort does not go unnoticed.

Morgan Kidger is receiving this award because she has been doing an excellent job in Algebra 1. Since she moved here from England, she has consistently done well on tests and quizzes. She always completes your assignments to the best of her ability, while working to learn new skills and concepts. Moving to a new school is never easy, and the transition to a new country presents its own set of challenges. She has handled this transition very well, and has been a great addition to our school. Keep up the good work!

February Mathletes

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Audrey Jachimowicz has already shown great knowledge and intuitive reasoning in Honors Math Analysis. She has one of the highest grades in the class and has performed extremely well on everything the class has done so far. She has not needed to ask for help or further explanation on any topic, and she works well with others in the class. Her performance has been impressive. Keep up the great work, Audrey!

Brianna Nissley was chosen for this award because of her stellar performance and exemplary behavior in math class! Her teachers appreciate her willingness to volunteer on a daily basis and that she always does so with a smile on her face! Her dedication to completing all assignments with the utmost care and accuracy is a true reflection of her character. Brianna, we hope you continue to work hard, aim high and enjoy the privilege of learning!

Madison Pitz was nominated and chosen for this award because of her hard work and diligence both in and out of math class. She is willing to participate in class discussions and is not afraid to ask questions of her own. She faithfully completes all of her classwork and homework as accurately as possible, even when she is absent. She has also shown willingness to help other students who have questions and works well in a small group. Keep up the great work, Madison and you’ll continue to find success in each class and beyond!