February 2017 Students of the Month

Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month!

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Meet Meghan Palmisano, 12th Grade. She was nominated by Senora Palacios for her work in Spanish III. “Meghan is a model student; she comes to class prepared, and she is an extremely hard worker who excels at meeting academic challenges. She is a quiet student, but always an active listener.” Senora Palacios

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet Raquel Nunez, 11th Grade. She was nominated by Mrs. Rogers for her work in AP Human Geography. “Raquel is a joy to teach because she expresses so much interest and curiosity about the subject. She adds insightful comments and questions to class discussions and makes connections to what we are learning about in class to real-world events, She is also very conscientious in her work. She even asks for assignments ahead of time so she can work ahead on the weekends.” Mrs. Rogers

 

 

 

 

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Meet Teetouch Pounkate, 10th Grade. He was nominated for student of the month by Mr. Creech for his work in World History. “Teetouch exhibits a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom. His smile lights up the room! He has been a welcome addition to our De La Salle community.” Mr. Creech

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet Leah Kennedy, 9th Grade. She was nominated as student of the month by Mrs. Ellis for her work in Religion I. “Leah is positive energy. Her vibrant personality and positive outlook make her a delight to teach. She is always prepared for class and is usually the first to answer a question. She is, also, a very respectful young lady.” Mrs. Ellis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet Adrianna Horne, 8th Grade. Adrianna was nominated as student of the month by Mr. Poree for her work in his Intro to Tech class. Adrianna was nominated due to her selfless dedication to seeing her classmates thrive in class. She has even offered copies of her notes to some of her classmates who struggle with note-taking. Adrianna is a joy to teach, and I’m sure her classmates would agree her “can do” attitude is quite infectious.

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