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September 2017 Student of the Month

3 months ago

To the members of the Sublette County School District #1 Board:

   

The specialist team is excited to nominate Sarah Helm as Pinedale Elementary’s September student of the month.  Sarah is a fifth grade student who demonstrates outstanding qualities of citizenship and makes us proud to have her as a student in our school.

            In physical education, music, library, science, PEAK and art, Sarah continues to perform as an outstanding example.  She shows leadership in looking out for the safety of others.  

Student Portrait

She demonstrates kindness and helps resolve conflicts among group members around her.  Always focused on the task at hand, she cheerfully encourages others to stick to the job.  Sarah is consistently enthusiastic, positive, respectful and patient. 

 

Genuinely a kind person, she demonstrates empathy to those around her and a level of thoughtfulness that is not typically common at such a young age.  The specialist team considers ourselves fortunate to have her in our classes.

 


Sincerely,

Grey  Schouboe

Cristy Anspach

Kyle Sullivan

Heather Kamp

Chandra Stough

Liz David



October 2017 Student of the Month

3 months ago

To the Members of Sublette County School District 1’s School Board:

It is our pleasure to recognize Mya S. as the Student of the Month from Pinedale Elementary School.  Mya is an exceptional young lady with a many praiseworthy qualities that make her an excellent choice for this honor. 

As a student, Mya always strives for her best.  She takes time to do a thorough, high quality job on all of her assignments.  She is extremely creative, and excels in the art room as well as with open-ended activities in the classroom.  She is a great problem solver who can think outside the box to come up with solutions to challenging problems. She is a positive leader 

Mya

in our classrooms with a great growth mindset. She does not shy away from a challenge and often goes the extra mile on assignments.  She will complete work at home to contribute to group and individual projects.  She works hard to learn and grow as a student.  

As a friend, Mya is caring, patient, trustworthy, and fun to be around.  She is genuinely kind and helpful, one of those rare individuals who helps other simply because it is the right thing to do.  She never needs recognition or prompting for her behavior.  She has a positive attitude and almost always has a smile on her face.  She also has a wonderful sense of humor.  She is quiet, but her peers look up to her. They seek her out as a partner because of her many admirable qualities.  

Mya’s kindness, creativity, and work ethic will undoubtedly take her far in life.  We commend Mya for the person she is today and the person she is becoming.  We are delighted to have the opportunity to recognize her with this honor.

Sincerely,

Heather Kamp, PEAK Teacher  & Emiliy Fixter, 5th Grade Teacher

November 2017 Student of the Month

3 months ago

Dear Sublette County School Board Members:

     It is my pleasure to nominate Haven Whitley for Pinedale Elementary School Student of the Month.  Haven is a fourth grade student that demonstrates many exceptional character traits.  Haven is a great role model for her classmates and very deserving of this award. 

     Haven exemplifies the growth mindset.  She approaches each subject area with an enthusiasm and determination that is unparalleled in our classroom.  Haven is not only an enthusiastic learner but also actively seeks feedback from her teachers.    She sets the example of how to take responsibility for your own learning.

Haven

In addition to a tremendous work ethic, Haven consistently makes good choices in all aspects of school.  Haven is respectful and polite to adults and peers in and out of the classroom.  Haven is also safe and responsible.  If Haven sees unsafe behavior occurring, she will let an adult know. 

     Lastly, Haven’s kind and friendly demeanor make her a great nominee for student of the month.  Her ability to take the thoughts of others into consideration makes her a great friend and makes our classroom a better place. 

     I commend Haven for the person she is both in and out of the classroom and appreciate her dedication to making our school a great place to be. 

 

Sincerely, 

Rebecca Strom

4th Grade Teacher, Pinedale Elementary School


December 2018 Student of the Month

3 months ago


December 18, 2017

To Sublette County School District #1 Board Members:

It is my pleasure to introduce Pinedale Elementary Student of the Month, Zach Ferguson. He is the son of Josh Ferguson and Elizabeth Ferguson. He has an older sibling, Ben, in fifth grade and two younger siblings, Joey in second and Emmalyn in kindergarten. Along with being a very hardworking student, Zach loves to play soccer and spend time at the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

There are several reasons that I feel Zach is a very deserving recipient of our third grade student of the month award. The first thing 

Zach

that stands out about him is his enthusiasm for school. He comes every day, excited to learn and continually motivates his fellow classmates, helping them become more fully engaged in what we are doing.  Secondly, Zach has a great commitment to learning. He is always one of the first students prepared and ready to work on our daily activities; he is very driven to get his work done and to do it to the best of his ability. The final, and probably strongest reason I feel Zach is deserving of student of the month, is the growth mindset that he has demonstrated this year. There are some academic areas that are challenging to Zach and when something is difficult for him, he has learned to persevere and not give up. Because of this attitude, he has made an amazing amount of growth in these areas and is a wonderful example to his peers of what having a growth mindset can do.

I commend Zach for his attitude about learning and appreciate this opportunity to formally recognize him. He is a very deserving recipient of the Pinedale Elementary Student of the Month award.


Sincerely,

Lisa Terrell

3rd Grade Teacher, Pinedale Elementary School


January Student of the Month!

3 months ago

Dear Sublette County School District #1 Board Members, 

It is my pleasure to introduce Emma Liske as Pinedale Elementary School Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Kristen and Dan Liske. Emma is a second grade student that exemplifies the many qualities of an outstanding student and classmate. 

Emma comes to school every day with a smile on her face, a positive attitude, and excitement to learn. She is a great role model in our classroom and demonstrates the qualities of a student with a growth mindset. Emma always gives a hundred percent, even when a task may be challenging and encourages her peers to do the same. She exceeds expectations in the classroom because of her dedication, determination, and love for learning.  

Emma

In addition, Emma is a kind, caring, and thoughtful student. She is a friend to everyone and goes above and beyond to make sure everyone has someone to play with on the playground, or sit with at lunch. She works cooperatively with her peers and is a great leader during group discussions and partner work. I am truly honored and proud to be Emma’s teacher and to recognize her as Pinedale Elementary Student of the Month.    

Sincerely,

Allison Hagerott, 2nd Grade Teacher

Pinedale Elementary 



February 2018 Student of the Month!

3 months ago

Dear SCSD #1 Board of Trustees: 


          It is my pleasure to introduce Micah Nutt for student of the month. Micah is a first grade student. She is the daughter of Gretta and Michael Nutt. She stands out as being a role model for other students both in and out of the classroom.

               Micah is a wonderful student because she is self motivated and helps to encourage others to be motivated to learn in our classroom. She tries hard on everything she works on, and if she has extra time, she finds a way to improve her work or bump it up to a higher level on her own. 

Student Portrait

She loves to interact with the other students in our classroom in an academic focused way that respects their need to do their own thinking. Her empathetic natures allows her to interact with peers on an individual level and makes her learning meaningful to herself and others.

          In addition, Micah is respectful and friendly out of the classroom. She is always open to all kids outside at recess and is willing to play with kids when they are in need of a friend. To those close to her, she is understanding of their feelings and stands up for them when it is needed. She has empathy beyond her years and I am impressed daily.

          It is an honor to be Micah’s teacher and to be able to recognize Micah as Pinedale Elementary Student of the Month.

 

Sincerely,

Amanda Irrgang, 1st Grade Teacher

Pinedale Elementary

March 2018 Student of the Month!

3 months ago

Dear SCSD #1 Board of Trustees,

          It is my pleasure to introduce you to kindergarten student Carson Marshall. Carson stands out because he exhibits many of the qualities we look for in all students at PES. He is enthusiastic, responsible, independent, contemplative and trustworthy. Carson’s enthusiasm for learning and socializing is contagious! He is a great cheerleader in our classroom and for such a young fellow, he displays a self-determination that is beyond his years.

          Carson is not only eager to learn about reading, writing and arithmetic, but he also embraces learning about the practices involved in the institution of school. Carson is inquisitive

Kid hanging from monkey bars

into the why and how of our procedures at school and he shares his thoughts and ideas about those things with his classmates and adults. He is a great supporter of our routines at school and encourages others to adhere to those rules and procedures through his thoughtful reasoning.

Additionally, Carson is a great help in the classroom! He readily assists his classmates and helps them when they need it. Carson also takes responsibility for his learning. He is the first one to say, “I can do better!” At times, it can be difficult for boys to fit into our ideal of a stand out student because they have such vibrant energy. Carson is like most boys and is respectful, yet playful; determined, yet flexible. He is wise beyond his years and it is an honor to be his kindergarten teacher.

Sincerely,


Kelli Harrower

Kindergarten Teacher

April 2018 Student of the Month!

3 months ago

Dear SCSD #1 Board of Trustees,

It is my pleasure to introduce you to kindergarten student Carson Marshall. Carson stands out as a kindergarten student because he exhibits many of the qualities we look for in all students at PES. He is enthusiastic, responsible, independent, contemplative and trustworthy. Carson’s enthusiasm for learning and socializing is contagious. He is a great cheerleader in our classroom and for such a young fellow, he displays a self-determination that is beyond his years.

Carson is not only eager to learn about reading, writing and arithmetic, but he also embraces learning about the practices involved in the institution of school. Carson

is inquisitive into the why and how of our procedures at school and he shares his thoughts and ideas about those things with his classmates and adults. He is a great supporter of our routines at school and encourages others to adhere to those rules and procedures through his thoughtful reasoning.

Carson is a great help in the classroom. He readily assists his classmates and helps them when they need it. Carson also takes responsibility for his learning. He is the first one to say, “I can do better!” At times, it can be difficult for boys to fit into our ideal of a stand out student. Boys have a different kind of energy and Carson is like most boys. Carson is respectful, yet playful; determined, yet flexible. He is wise beyond his years and it is an honor to work with him.


Sincerely,

Kelli Harrower, Kindergarten Teacher


May 2018 Student of the Month

2 months ago

To the Members of Sublette County School District #1 School Board:


     The Specialist Team is pleased to recognize Fatima Mata as Student of the Month.  Fatima is a third grade student who demonstrates outstanding character. She possesses numerous qualities that make her stand out as positive role model.

     Fatima is a role model for work ethic and growth mindset.  She is always willing to put in the time and effort to do her best on a task.  Even when faced with a challenging task, Fatima approaches it with a positive attitude and a willingness to try.  She takes her learning 

seriously, and consistently demonstrates learning behaviors that set her up for success.  She is an attentive listener, an active participant, and a responsible learner. Fatima sets the mark for work ethic in the third grade.

     Fatima is respectful, friendly, and kind.  She works well with her peers and sets positive examples for them by making positive choices.  She loves to help her teachers and her peers. She always has an encouraging word for her peers, and she often expresses her appreciation for her teachers.  She is a sweet young lady, and an absolute joy to have in class.

     The specialist team considers ourselves fortunate to have Fatima Mata in our classes and finds her a most worthy recipient for Student of the Month.

Sincerely,

Grey Schouboe        Heather Kamp                       

Kyle Sullivan             Chandra Stough

Liz David                    Cristy Anspach




June 2018 Student of the Month

about 1 month ago

To the Sublette County School District #1 Board of Trustees:

     It is with great pleasure that I introduce Finn McGuire as Pinedale Elementary student of the month.  Finn has been great to have in my second grade classroom.  He exhibits outstanding behavior and attitude.  I can always count on Finn to have a big smile on his face.

     Because Finn is so inquisitive, he is fun to teach and see the understanding in his eyes.  He has had so many interesting questions and ideas this year!  Finn is always ready to learn and go to work. When Finn does not understand a concept, he will either work until he gets it or find the answer somewhere. 

   

         

  Finn has matured greatly over this past school year. It has been fun to watch him grow into a kind and helpful young man. Finn helps other students when they have questions or problems and is  a great role model for his peers. He has been a pleasure to have in class this year and I commend Finn for his hard work and great attitude.  

Sincerely,  

Peggy Shaffer, Second Grade Teacher