Student of the Month

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    Student of the Month Program 2019-2020

                 Ceremonies (8:00am):                                      Nominations Due by 12:00pm: 

    Oct. 22                                                                                                  Oct. 15 

    Nov. 26                                                                                                 Nov. 19 

    Dec17                                                                                                 Dec. 10 

    Feb. 18                                                                                                 Feb. 11 

    March 24                                                                                              March 17 

    May 19                                                                                                  May 12 

    Night of Excellence on June 4, 2020 

    HOW TO NOMINATE 

    Staff members are encouraged to nominate students for their skills, work ethic or accomplishments each month.  It’s simple and anyone can do it.  Please complete an online nomination form located via the Shadle webpage.  Feel free to nominate as many students that deserve our acknowledgement.  Any nominations arriving after the 12:00 pm deadline will be held for the following month.  If you have any questions, please contact Julie Lee or Kirsten Guenzel. 

    Recognition Categories and Definitions 

    Academics 

    Students in this category demonstrate academic achievement or show confidence to pursue higher education.  These students have improved or maintained their academic standing, i.e. test scores, GPA, AP and/or diligences. 

    Career and Technology 

    Students are prepared and confident to pursue specialized career training or a career after high school.  Students understand and apply current and emerging technologies. 

    Examples range from a student who helps a teacher solve technological challenges to someone who is attending CTE courses to pursue a career after high school. 

    Citizenship 

    Students will live as responsible citizens living in K.I.L.T.  K=Knowledge, I=Integrity, L=Leadership, T=Teamwork 

    Examples include someone who serves in a leadership capacity in the classroom, on a team, in a club or outside of school through volunteerism. 

    Global Thinking 

    Students are capable of accepting personal and practical challenges of life in a dynamic, global environment. 

    Examples include a student who speaks a world language fluently or a student who has tenaciously overcome a challenge involving change and adaptation. 

    Health and Fitness 

    Students will live healthy, satisfying and productive lives. 

    This category allows coaches another opportunity to celebrate athletes that go above and beyond simple teamwork.  This could also include students who practice activities outside of school (ex: taekwondo or ski racing).  It may also be a student who takes personal interest in supporting a PE class as a leader or teammate. 

    Personal Expression 

    Students will understand and develop their personal gifts and strengths in or out of school curriculum. 

    Examples include a student who has developed his/her talents in the arts, a student who is seen as a great listener, or simply one who is always there for others. 

     

    Students of the Month will be invited to attend a special ceremony in the theater and will receive certificates and school-wide recognition for their Highlander achievements, contributions and/or talents.  Parents/Guardians will receive a personal invitation to attend.