February 2014 Student of the Month
Paige Christenson (9) English
I have Paige in Public Speaking and in Debate I. In both classes she is doing well. Keep up the good work!
Dane Johnson (12) Agriculture
Dane is an exceptional young man enrolled in both Animal Management and Floral Design. In both courses he has excelled both academically and in labs, showing advanced skill development especially in fine motor skills. His hand-eye coordination and speed in completing complex tasks is amazing. By his example he sets a standard for other students.
Ashley Friske (9) Math
Ashley is a very hard working student and is motivated to do well in my class. She has not let anything get in the way of succeeding. Ashley has come in many times after school to get extra help and questioned answered. Her extra time and hard work has been rewarded by high test scores and one of the top grades in class.
Emily Nelson (10) Health
Emily is an extremely hard worker and a very positive young lady. She is a very genuine person who asks questions and helps her classmates when they need it. I know Emily has a very bright future ahead of her. Her smile and energy is contagious and she makes everyone work harder. If she puts her mind to it, she can accomplish anything!!
Taylor Speth (11) Science
Taylor works really hard academically and more impressively, asks in depth and thought provoking questions. I love having him in class!!
Cara Garfield (10) Physical Education
Cara works hard every day in class which sets a positive example and she gets along well with her classmates. She has scored well on both her written and physical tests.
Kirsten Stehlik (12) Business
Kirsten is my TA, and was also in my class last trimester. I believe she is deserving of this recognition because of her positive, helpful attitude. She has stepped up as a leader, takes charge when things need to get done and has been extremely helpful to me. She is also very respectful and demonstrated her professionalism when she joined my class on a field trip for the E-mentors program. She joined in on the conversations with corporate employees, helped get lunch out, asked great questions and conducted herself in an exemplary manner. Seeing Kirsten’s smiling face and reading the little notes she leaves for me make my days a bit brighter. These are excellent “soft” skills that I believe demonstrate what it means to be a good citizen!
Nate Jacobson (11) Family & Consumer Science
Nate is always willing to help out in any way. He is respectful, hardworking, will always help anyone in need and always wears a smile. Nate has great character.
Sydney Seim (10) CEMS
Sydney is a hard working student that does whatever it takes to learn the material in her engineering class.
Hunter Lardy (12) Music
Hunter is the principal bass player for both the Concert Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra this year, and he was also a member of the All-Conference Orchestra. In addition to playing string bass, he has played bass guitar in the BHS jazz bands for all four years. His leadership and versatility as a musician is appreciated very much.