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Congratulations P-CEP Students of the Month - February 2019

Post Date:02/01/2019 11:17 AM
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CongratulationsThe P-CEP February 2019 Students of the Month have been announced!

Students are awarded a certificate and invited to a breakfast in their honor in the Salem High School Cafeteria on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 7:30 a.m.  Students who were nominated for February should report directly to the Salem Cafeteria. Attendance will be taken there.

Click on school name to see the poster (PDF) that shows student name and nominating teacher.

 Canton High School
Students of the Month
(PDF)
 Plymouth High School
Students of the Month
(PDF)
 Salem High School
Students of the Month
(PDF)
Alexandra Beally
Olivia Bradlee
Caden Burkhardt
Andrew Cameron 
Makenzie Carpenter
Dillon Flowers
Kaelan Flowers
Sonja Francisco
Mackenzie Hahn
Lauren Hendricks
Rushit Isufi
Amin Jazaeri
Jana Johnson
Jayden Joy
Alyssa Latin
Elise McIntee
Amna Naveed
Katherine Ruffner
Bethany Sandburg
Paul Schmidt
Dennis Sokol
Mario Succurro
Kenneth Turner
John Turnipseed
Isabella Volkers
Hailey Wallace
Chloe Warwick
Jonathan Wyman
Samuel Zorn 
Abir Bazzi
Vania De La Rosa
Lauren Demarest
Theron Duma
Alexander Hixson
Eman Jibril
Gabrielle Kendall
Kelly Larsen
Michael Mathias
Justin McNeal
Skylar Paczas
Guy Parker
Jasmine Renberg
Maximiliano Rico
Angelina Saveski
Zubair Shareef
Ava Spiteri
Rachel Stibel
Jonathan Suszkiewicz
Erin Trombly
Joel Urrutia
Sara Watkins
Emily Young
Yunseo Cho
Asher Dunnigan
Tatum Fairley
Owen Fisher
Kyle Gunger
Aaisha Hafeez
Zarmina Haqiqat
Reagan Justice
Veronica Kerrigan
Raymond Kim
Ethan Lamb
Connor Leonard
Nick Reynolds
Ashley Reynoso
Andrew Schwartz
Kevin Singh
Justin Smith
Josh Williams
Lyniah Wilson
Abby Wisniewski
Erika Wrench

Students of the Month are nominated by their teacher to be recognized for meeting these guidelines:

  • Have come to class prepared for the past month with books and materials.
  • Actively participates both verbally and non-verbally in class activities.
  • Listens and contributes to the class.
  • Is working to his or her ability, not necessarily maintaining an "A" or "B" average.
  • Deals positively with teachers and peers and treats everyone with dignity and respect.

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