Chagrin Falls Middle School October 2022 Students of the Month


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.

SEVENTH GRADERS

 

Jenna Haddon

Jenna Haddon is an excellent role model for her peers.  She is always prepared for class, leads group discussions, shares thoughtful ideas, and does this all with a friendly smile on her face.  Jenna is a leader in her math class and always has a good discussion. She encourages the other students in her group if they are having trouble with a difficult question and will work with them if they are having trouble. She is a diligent school leader and comes to the Principal Advisory Council well-prepared with great ideas. She is also a positive, spirited volleyball team member.

 

Lucas Weihrauch

Lucas Weihrauch is a hardworking and friendly student.  He aims to please his teachers, works well with his peers, takes pride in his work, and shows his excitement for learning. Lucas is always a great participant in class. He has great ideas that always seem to help other students. Whenever a student is having trouble he is willing to take his own time to help them. Lucas always brings a positive attitude to class and practice.  He is willing to try new things and to “go outside of the box” to help his team

 

EIGHTH GRADERS

 

Rosie Horvath

Rosie Horvath is extremely polite and gets along well with her peers.  She works hard in class and gets her assignments done on time. Rosie is always excited about class content and is a bright light in class. Rosie connects what she is learning to real life experiences. She is a great student and role model to others and a supportive, inclusive friend.

Zack Kaseler

Zack Kaseler has been an influential leader and creative problem solver in his classes.  He has learned to reflect on his mistakes to gain new understandings, and he makes efficient use of his time. He works well with other students and asks great questions. He is conscientious and kind. He has a positive outlook and cares about school and his friends.


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