The Student of the Month project is sponsored by Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest (SIORF) and the HULL Family Foundation. Students of the Month are chosen by their teachers and honored with their parents at school for consistently displaying respect and responsibility for their behavior and academic achievement and always making good choices. They are given a certificate, FJHS water bottle and a Barnes & Noble $25 Gift Card for their efforts.
Jack Delgado is a 7th grader whose proud parent is Alajiah Delgado. His favorite subjects in school are Social Studies, Math, and ELA, his favorite food is pancake sausage on a stick, and his favorite hobbies are juggling and playing basketball, baseball, and football.
His dream job is to become a police officer. Teachers report that Jack is friendly, kind, positive, thoughtful, and always willing to lend a helping hand to students, staff, and substitute teachers. He thinks of others first, always strives to reach a new personal goal, values the people around him, participates in discussions, and volunteers to help manage materials and lab supplies.
One teacher said, “Jack is one of the kindest students I have ever encountered and such a deserving student of the month. He consistently goes above and beyond to make sure those around him are valued and appreciated.” Another teacher said, “Jack’s kindness is contagious, and he leads in Leadership by making sure everyone is included. His work ethic and kind heart are appreciated by all.”
Congratulations on winning Student of the Month, Jack!
Raelee Wilson is a 7th grader whose proud parents are Jessi and Cody Wilson. Her favorite subject in school is Scimatech, her favorite food is corned beef with wilted salad, and her favorite hobbies are hunting, fishing, riding quads, and just being outside.
She also loves to draw, and her dream job is to become a pediatric dental hygienist. Her goal for 7th grade has been to get honor roll every quarter. She is caring and thoughtful, and she consistently asks insightful questions, participates fearlessly in all class activities and discussions, catches up on all missing work when absent, and always turns in high-quality work.
One teacher said, “Raelee is one of the most inquisitive learners, and her bubbly personality is so welcoming; she lights up rooms and makes me smile on a daily basis.” Another teacher said, “I so appreciate Raelee’s smile and upbeat attitude. Guest teachers have consistently remarked on what a great help she is.” Another teacher said, “Raelee works so hard and isn’t afraid of advocating for herself. Her energy and spunky attitude are great to see every day.”
Congratulations on winning Student of the Month, Raelee!
Grady Earls is an 8th grader whose proud parents are Nicole and Jason Earls. His favorite subjects in school are Math and History, his favorite food is pizza, and his favorite hobbies are riding quads, playing basketball, and hanging out with his girlfriend.
His dream job is to be in the NBA, and his goal this year has been to get honor roll every quarter. Grady is a mature, responsible, dedicated learner with an intense work ethic, and still always patient with others. His band teacher reports he is an excellent trumpet player, and she really enjoys his daily greetings. One teacher said, “Grady is a model of an all-around good student. He is a great leader, facilitator, and task-master; he’s friendly and funny, and I really enjoy having him in class!”
Another teacher said, “Grady works hard and stays focused in class, despite any chaos. He is patient with others, encouraging and helpful when appropriate, even letting someone who is talking or off-task know that they are distracting from the learning of the classroom.”
Congratulations on winning Student of the Month, Grady!
Emery Damron is an 8th grader whose proud parents are Shannon and Nathan Damron. Her favorite subjects in school are Math, Music, and Science, and her favorite food is crushed ice. Her favorite hobbies are singing, playing instruments, working at her church, running, writing, reading, and she actually enjoys public speaking!
Her dream job is to become a Psychologist, and her goal this year is to place in district for track. One teacher said, “Emery might not always look like she’s paying attention, but then she has the most eloquent, correct answers and pertinent questions. She works well with others, is kind to all, and most importantly, laughs at my jokes, most of the time…!”
Her Music teacher reports that Emery is a leader in jazz and symphonic band, yet still humble to help others. Another teacher said, “Emery is an out-of-the-box thinker and old soul who gets my jokes. She is quiet and patient with her team, yet open to any challenge and great about changing people’s minds with outstanding logical arguments! Her fantastic questions challenge me too! I am so grateful to know her.”
Congratulations on winning Student of the Month, Emery!