February Mathlete

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.

Morgan Hackart is being recognized with this award because she is a quiet leader in CP Algebra 1B. She consistently has her homework and ALEKs completed, and she demonstrates intuitive thinking during class discussion. In one instance, she asked if substitution could be used to solve a system, even though her class was taking notes on elimination. This was keen insight her part. She did an awesome job on the Data Analysis Unit test.  She is very willing to work with others and shared with her teacher that she has participated in cross country. What is most impressive is that she is new to Penn Manor, having started here at the High School in the second marking period. Keep up the great work, Morgan!

Kaden Peart is being recognized because of his outstanding work in Honors Geometry. He hasn’t missed a point yet on any tests, quizzes, or assignments.  Not only is he super smart, but he also volunteers a lot, contributing greatly to class discussions and group work. He is helpful to his classmates and is very polite and respectful towards everyone.  Great job, Kaden!

Austin Kolb is being awarded as our Mathlete in the career path because the characteristics he displays in the classroom are that of a model student.  He is very hard working, responsible and self-sufficient.  When he has a question or needs clarification, he never hesitates to raise his hand and ask.  His peers have also displayed a sense of comfort in asking him for help.  He is a pleasure to have in class and is well deserving of this award!  Congratulations, Austin!

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