The mission of the Chagrin Falls Middle School Students of the Month is to acknowledge and reward students for exemplary performance. The students depict Tiger Techniques: Think, Integrity, Grit, Effort and Responsibility. Each month, the seventh and eighth-grade teams collaborate and choose a male and female “Tiger of the Month” and the students receive personalized tiger water bottles from the PTO.
Harper Stewart’s patience, preparation and thoughtful questions all help her class learn more. She is willing to explore topics beyond the normal curriculum and her curiosity is exciting to see. She is kind and respectful to adults and peers. Harper is always on task and an excellent role model for her peers. Harper is one of the kindest children I have ever met. She is helpful, caring and willing to share ideas to help students work through difficult topics in social studies. She is supportive and helps peers find the correct answers. She is on task and meticulous when completing her assignments. Harper knows who she is and has the courage to let her light shine. Her compassion and zest for life makes her a unique individual and role model.
Braden Mooney’s effort and preparation don’t go unnoticed. His written work is lucid and his observations during class have been helpful for everyone. Braden shares ideas with the class, asks questions when the topic is difficult, and helps his fellow peers anyway he can. He is a great partner to work with in class and is conscientious about his work. Braden consistently propels his class to the far reaches of knowledge, pushing those around him to explore and learn more. His hard work and dedication to learning are admirable.
Eveleen Malley stands out as a student with a huge variety of interests. Her engaging and positive attitude makes class fun and her questions help everyone better understand important new ideas. She is a valuable member of the Speech and Debate Team where she always gives 120% to her team and each debate. Her leadership is an essential component to the team and classroom success.
Siebrand Hilbers puts forth his best effort on each English language arts assignment. He asks questions when he needs support and often works to revise work, showing mastery of new concepts. Siebrand’s keen observations help his teammates solve important problems. Siebrand is always ready to lend a hand and he is a quiet leader who is respected by his peers.