Students of the Month – April 2019

Students of the Month – April 2019

Malik Abdi Pre-K Nominated by: Carol Chavez, ECSE Teacher "He has also gone above and beyond to help with children in our classroom who have special needs. Malik has been encouraging, patient, and understanding to one of the students, becoming this student's first "best friend". It has made a big difference to this student and has warmed the hearts of all the teachers in the class." Arriyana Bray 5th Grade Nominated by: Nurse Cheri Owens, Angela Danner, Phillip Manuel, Mikheala Hill, Kathleen Self, and Howard Chase "Arriyana Bray makes J.F.K. Elementary feel good about the excellent goals that have been…
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Students of the Month – Februrary 2019

Students of the Month – Februrary 2019

The Kansas City Board of Education recognized Kimberly D. Earl and Joleah Garcia, both from 500 Reach Virtual School, as Students of the Month for February. Kimberly D. Earl 500 Reach Virtual School Nominated by: Linda Paul, director of 500 Reach with the support of Donna Devine, KCKPS alternative services coordinator Kimberly Earl, our nominee for student of the month left high school early. On May 24, 2019, Kimberly will graduate with a KCKPS high school diploma from 500 Reach. In 2014, Kimberly completed her first class. Four years, later during the week of December 10, 2018, she completed the…
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Student of the Month – October 2018

Student of the Month – October 2018

The Kansas City Board of Education recognized Peter Van Dawt Hmung, Kindergartener at Claude Huyck Elementary School, as Student of the Month for October 2018. Peter Van Dawt Hmung Kindergarten Claude Huyck Elementary School Nominated by: Ashley Sikorski, Kindergarten teacher, Claude Huyck Elementary School "As Claude Huyck Eagles, we follow 4 character traits: Safety, Ownership, Achievement, and Respect. Peter has shown SOAR traits from day one. He is always safe and takes care to make sure that others are safe by pushing in chairs and closing the class restroom door. He quickly took ownership of not only his choices but…
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