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Shine Award Winners

November's Shine Award Winner is .....BEN O'KEEFE!!!
 

Ben has been nominated for the SHINE award for his ability to show fairness, respect and caringness toward his peers. In class, Ben works hard by following the rules and being honest. When working with others, Ben makes sure to include all members of the group and goes out of his way to make sure students of all ability levels are included and feel part of the group. He volunteers during his study hall in Mrs. Fifarek’s classroom and is always eager and willing to step in and help students who need assistance. Ben also by doing so, Ben has earned the respect of his peers and teachers.

October's Shine Award Winner is.... JACQUI CORNELL!!!
 
Jacqui has been nominated for the shine award because she has always been on time and prepared with all assignments impeccably completed and on time for class.  She is friendly towards her teachers and her peers and offers to help when she has spare time and has been observed stacking other’s chairs, cleaning lab stations, and helping others with their belongings.  Jacqui has always been polite and respectful to all in class. She works efficiently on her own as well as in groups ensuring deadlines are met and all group members have participated and understand the material.  She is a high performing student who is always willing to help her peers to learn if they are struggling with concepts. Jacqui is also supportive of peers and roots for them to succeed on projects and celebrates their success as much as her own.        
September Shine Award Winner is.....  KOHL BRYANT!!!
 

Kohl has been nominated for the SHINE award for his ability to show fairness, respect and caring toward his peers. In class, Kohl works hard by following the rules and being honest. When working with others, Kohl makes sure to include all members of the group and goes out of his way to make sure students of all ability levels are included and feel part of the group. By doing so, Kohl has earned the respect of his peers and teachers.