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.
Whitney Eichelberger is receiving this award as a result of her hard work in CP Algebra 1B. She has been such a pleasure to have in class this semester. She is very hardworking and is always willing to help others. She always has her homework done (including weekly reviews and ALEKS). She is one of the top students in the class. and it doesn’t go unnoticed! Her teacher was very impressed when she created customized cards for every student in the class to give them encouragement for the Keystone Exams. She will certainly be very successful throughout the rest of your math career here at Penn Manor.
Kyle Ament is receiving this award because of his hard work in Honors Geo/Trig. He readily accepts challenges and optional assignments, and he uses every second of class time to ensure that he understands each concept and completes everything with accuracy. He has also shown a high level of responsibility and accountability in ensuring that he was prepared to be absent for several days at a time, enabling him to come back to class without missing a beat, having already completed every assignment he missed. His great work ethic, quiet and kind demeanor, and his ability to work well others will be invaluable throughout his high school career and beyond. Keep up the great work, Kyle!
Anthony Villeaume is being recognized for his hard work in Geometry. He has been by far the top Geometry student so far this spring semester (and probably in all Geometry classes his teacher has had). His teacher enjoys having him in class and his work ethic is amazing. He volunteers answers frequently and always gets his work turned in on time. His teacher also enjoys the fact that his team names for class competitions come from a random chapter of whatever book you are currently reading. His teacher is also amazed at how much he loves to read and thinks that it is awesome that he reads all the time. Best of luck after graduation, Anthony, and we wish you continued success in anything you do after high school.