This 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 Spinelli is receiving this reward as a result of his hard work and perseverance in Algebra 2 last semester. His diligence in completing assignments accurately and on time and his tenacity for working on a problem until he solved it correctly has been an excellent example for his classmates. It was great to see how Tom took initiative throughout the semester to keep is own version of notes and use them effectively in preparing for assessments. In addition to completing all his weekly reviews within two days of them being assigned, he also attempted every challenge and extra credit assignment that was given in class and worked until they were correct. This level of commitment and perseverance will take him very far in life, and his teacher was proud to walk with him on part of that journey! Keep up the excellent work, Tom!
Briana Harsh because her positive attitude, effort, and performance make her stand out from her peers. Her teacher could always count on her for a smile, and to work well with any group assigned. Her willingness to ask questions and truly understand the concepts in class were greatly appreciated. Briana routinely submitted weekly reviews early to get the feedback and asked questions to learn from her mistakes. Her effort was truly outstanding, and her teacher was particularly proud of her most recent test. Thank you for all your effort, Briana! Your teacher will miss having you in class.
Katarina Richardson did exactly what she needed to do to earn an A in Honors Calculus for the semester and finished the semester with a bang! The 93% that she scored on the final exam was extremely impressive and was the result of her hard work and dedication. Her consistent effort throughout the semester was appreciated and did not go unnoticed. Congratulations for setting high goals and achieving them, Katarina!