BIG SKY – The Big Sky School District honored four students for their leadership skills in September, as part of its Student of the Month/Terrific Kids of the Month program.
Teachers choose two “terrific kids” from kindergarten through fifth grades and two “students of the month” in middle and high school, recognizing them based on a different theme every month.
An announcement is made over the intercom, and the students are called into the office to be congratulated. In addition, the k-5 honorees are rewarded with a burger from The Corral, and the chosen middle and high school students get pizza from Blue Moon Bakery.
K-2 Terrific Kid of the Month: Frieda Fabozzi
Second grader Frieda Fabozzi is a model student and shows kindness and respect to not only her classmates and teacher, but also everyone in the school. She sets an outstanding example for her peers by following directions the first time they are given, trying her best in everything she does, and going above and beyond what is asked of her on a daily basis. Great job Frieda!
3-5 Terrific Kid of the Month: Charlee Sue Dreisbach
Third grader Charlee Sue Dreisbach is a quiet leader who demonstrates her leadership skills by setting a positive example for others. She is always focused and working hard on the assigned task.
Charlee Sue is a role model for students of all grade levels, setting an example through her behavior in the halls, at electives, and when following directions in class. She remains positive, determined and focused, helps others and possesses a strong work ethic. Thank you Charlee for being a leader that we can all learn from!
Middle School Student of the Month: Reilly Germain
Sixth grader Reilly Germain exemplifies leadership on a daily basis. Her cheerful attitude and bright spirit show her classmates that the best way to approach a day is to be full of optimism and life. Leading by cheerfulness is a non-traditional approach, but her kindness and exuberance are infectious, positively influencing her classmates to learn and participate in a wholly favorable manner.
High School Student of the Month: Tucker Hensley
Whether in the hallways, in the classroom, or on the basketball court, Tucker Hensley is a leader at LPHS every day. He brings out the best in those around him, is the first to offer a helping hand, inspires confidence in others, and has an infectious, cheerful attitude. On our expedition trip this fall, Tucker voluntarily assumed a leadership role by helping others, taking charge and getting things done. It has been said, “A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” Tucker fits this quote and earns the honor of LPHS student of the month for leadership.
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