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Student All-Stars: Timber Ridge School

Posted on: May 9, 2018

At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.

Timber Ridge School All-Stars are: 

Nolan Lawson

Nolan is a student who puts forth maximum effort with both academics and behavior. He works well with others and kindly encourages them to do their best . Nolan has been highly involved in leadership and drama this year, where he has volunteered countless hours for the success of both programs.

Aaliyah Ware

Aaliyah is a student who always pushes herself to do her best in both academics and behavior.  She gets along well with others and encourages them to do their best in academics and behavior as well. Aaliyah has been highly involved in leadership and drama this year, where she has volunteered countless hours for the success of both programs.

 

Hannah Logan

I would like to nominate Hannah Logan as a fifth-grade candidate. Hannah is one of the kindest students I have ever had the pleasure of teaching. She is always the first to volunteer to help new students, she never complains in class about any assignment and gives her best effort to all she tries. She was involved in drama, she is in choir and she has helped Mrs. Brunson with some of the drama fundraisers.

Daniella Quiroga

Dani consistently stands out as an exemplary student in all areas. She has made tremendous academic growth this year due to her incredible work ethic. Even when something is hard, she gives it her very best effort, never getting discouraged.  She is very dedicated to her studies. She is a role model to her peers as she treats everyone around her with kindness and respect. We can always count on Dani to help others when they need it, both academically and socially. The world would be a brighter place with more people like Dani in it. We have been honored to get to know her this year.

Student All-Stars: Albany Options School

Posted on: May 9, 2018

At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.

Albany Options All-Stars are: 

Juan Ortiz-Cortez

Juan is a quiet leader in our building. He excels academically, works hard, is always kind, volunteers, and is college bound. He won the art contest at the Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference last year, and his design was used for the t-shirt designs this year!

Laurel Elliot

Laurel is a leader in our school and community. She volunteers regularly both in and out of school, earns high grades, and is a member of Leadership at AOS.

Student All-Stars: Tangent Elementary School

Posted on: May 9, 2018

At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.

Tangent Elementary School All-Stars are: 

Waylon Summit

Waylon is in fifth grade and is also on the leadership team. He is always the first one to ask if he can help. He helps the younger kids get to their bus at the end of the day. He is usually the first one to volunteer to go in front of the school and lead the pledge of allegiance. He volunteers in the library to help Mrs. Herrera shelve books. He is an amazing citizen around our school.

Keely Baker (not present)

Keely is a fifth grader. She helps the younger students at the end of the day get to their bus. She also takes notes at the end of the day to every classroom. She is currently on the leadership team, and does a great job at coming up with new ideas. At any time of the day, no matter what, I can ask her for help delivering something or help passing something out and she always is down to help. She volunteers to help Mrs. Herrera shelve books in the library. She is an outstanding citizen around our school.

 

Student All-Stars: North Albany Middle School

Posted on: May 9, 2018

At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.

North Albany Middle School All-Stars are: 

Grace Nealy

G- Gives all of her effort on EVERYTHING she does. I have never seen her not try her absolute hardest in ALL areas of school, sports, drama, etc.

R- Radiates positivity and joy. Her bright smile in the morning always makes her teachers and classmates have a more wonderful day by just being in the same room.

A-  Academic Excellence: she has no weakness- I think she may be an undercover superhero.

C- Creativity that is effortless. She thinks concretely and abstractly, performs in the drama productions, MC of the talent show, and her academic work always exhibits out of the box thinking and questions.

E- Excellence in all aspects of life. Not only does she win the award for most fashionable in the 8th grade, but she also excels in competitive volleyball and gives much her time to her team, which she balances between perfect grades and citizenship.

Selena Diviney

G is for green. Everyday Selena is head to toe in her favorite color and she never strays. That self confidence is unique in the middle school and her teachers applaud Selena for being true to who she is.

R Resourceful. Selena uses what is around her to make the best decision possible.

E Everything. Selena is good at everything. She excels at science and math but is an incredible artist. She wants to go to culinary school but the truth is she could be anything she wants.  She is an avid reader and goes through books faster than I can recommend them.

E Excellence. Selena never does work for just the sake of doing it. She puts 100% into everything she does and goes the extra distance. She never settles, she refuses to let those around her settle.

N nice. Selena is kind to everyone with no exceptions. She has a witty and fun sense of humor that is a delight to hear.

Student All-Stars: South Shore Elementary School

Posted on: May 9, 2018

At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.

South Shore Elementary School All-Stars are: 

Destiny Kites

Destiny has been a wonderful friend to so many classmates this year. She has taken on challenges and helped students adjust to new situations. She has grown and blossomed into a confident, hard-working student. We are all so proud of her social/emotional and academic growth!  She is a student who works harder to get smarter everyday!

Yahir Tenorio

Yahir is a model student in both Spanish and English. He is a role model for other students and has helped welcome new students to our school. He often interprets from English to Spanish for students in class who are learning Spanish. Yahir is a perfect example of a bilingual student who will do great things in middle school.

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