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May 7, 2014

TWMS announces students of month

TWMS teachers recently selected students of the month, based on the students’ effort, improvement in school work, class participation and special accomplishments in the classroom for that month. Recognized students were rewarded with gift cards from Taco Bell. Recipients were:

Eighth grade — Bri Butler, language arts; Elizabeth Michael, math; Maria May, science; Bryce Wilson, social studies; Skylar Jobe, Melina DeGolyer, Jarrett Roseboom and Ryan Starnes, health and wellness; Andrew Henry, band; Bobbi-Jo Snyder and Ricky Hunter, choir; Cree Coakley, art; Lauren Walker, studio art; Jacob South, technology; Jackson Benner, engineering design; Hailey Hamilton and Austin Dickson, family and consumer science; Ryan Vershave, current events; and Maddie Carlson, Spanish.

Seventh grade — Mary Sunday, language arts; Blake Newton, math; Del Ferree, science; Bobby Havlin, social studies; Lucas Moulder, health and wellness and leadership development; Jillian Zurcher, Grace Gliva, Maggie Cora and Brinton Marvel, health and wellness; Madison Williams, band; Summer Cook, choir; Carrie Purdy, art; Cody Reichard, technology; and Megan Griffith and Alec Terhune, family and consumer science.

Sixth grade — Luke Baumer, reading; Noah Smith, English; Travis Lawson, math; Josie Cialkowski, science; Bryson Gilley, social studies; Katie Nickoli, Holly Daugherty, Will Keeling and Rico Wilson, health and wellness; Gabe San Miguel, band; Kaden Brooks, choir; Maddi Fulks, art; Bailey Love, technology; and Grant Hogan and Rachel Boatman, family and consumer science.

Each team of teachers also selects one student as the overall student of the month for each grade. Those students received a $10 Subway gift card. Chosen were eighth-grader Melina DeGolyer, seventh-grader Lucas Moulder and sixth-grader Katie Nickoli.

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