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.
Anna Sugra is receiving this award because her work ethic stands out in her AP Calculus AB class. She invests in her education by asking questions and taking ownership in her learning. She chooses to attend homeroom regularly to study and increase her comprehension of calculus. She displays grit and persistence in her approach to solving problems. Her willingness to work until she understands and that she is reflective about her learning has earned her the admiration of her teachers. Hopefully, more students will follow her lead in approaching learning mathematics.
Katiana Garcia is receiving this award because she serves as a leader in her Algebra II class. By having her homework always completed, she is able to participate in class on a daily basis. She invests in her education by asking questions and taking ownership in her learning. She has a genuine desire to achieve, and is a great pleasure to have in class. Her kindness and fun personality brightens the class, and is greatly appreciated.
Nathan Thompson is receiving this award because he has demonstrated a calming leadership in his CP Algebra 1 classroom. He is so very willing to work with any and all of his classmates; he takes the initiative to help others who are struggling or frustrated with an assignment. He has a positive disposition and an eagerness to learn, which makes the classroom environment so much more conducive to learning. He also volunteers to do classroom management tasks such as distributing rulers, whiteboards, and worksheets. He has his teachers’ thanks for all that he does. Keep up the great work, Nathan!