Dist. 62 lauds Middle School Students You Should Know

 
Submitted by Des Plaines School District 62
Posted5/22/2020 11:04 AM

Des Plaines District 62 middle school students were recognized virtually as part of the Middle School Students You Should Know program.

The six sixth-graders, six seventh-graders and 16 eighth-graders were nominated by their middle school teachers and principals.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Students were recognized in nine different categories:

Academic Excellence: Recognizes students who consistently achieve a high grade-point average and challenge themselves to go above and beyond the requirements of an assignment in their desire to learn.

• Gisselle Gomez Ornelas, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Amelie Mach, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Addison Stutheit, eighth grade, Chippewa Middle School

Enthusiastic Learner: Recognizes students who improve and/or continue to try under difficult conditions. These students put forth their best efforts over the course of the school year.

• Gabriela Gutierrez, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Lela Muriel, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• William Saverino, sixth grade, Chippewa Middle School

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Exceptional Service to School and Community: Recognizes students for their efforts in improving school and community life. These students demonstrate pride in their school and community.

• Filip Mizerski, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• George Murphy, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Jesse Listopad, eighth grade, Chippewa Middle School

Leadership Qualities: Recognizes students who demonstrate academic accomplishment, leadership qualities, active participation in student affairs, and strive for excellence in a wide range of activities.

• Pililani Fernandez, seventh grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Zonna Todorovska, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Sophia Layous, seventh grade, Chippewa Middle School

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Outstanding Character: Recognizes students who demonstrate the determination, fortitude and strength of character to make the right, but not always most popular, choice.

• Brooke Capper, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Monica Correa, seventh grade, Iroquois Community School

• Abigayle Garcia, seventh grade, Chippewa Middle School

Peer Mentor: Recognizes students who display a willingness to cooperate and share their knowledge. These young people often serve as a critical link for others in need and foster positive peer relations and communications in their school.

• Lillian Papp, sixth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Nicole Stefanov, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Meghan Gibbon, seventh grade, Chippewa Middle School

Positive Attitude, Behavior and Effort: Recognizes students who demonstrate positive attitude and behavior. Recipients of this award demonstrate respect for others, are trustworthy and cooperative. They are responsible and possess leadership qualities.

• Thalia Estrada, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Ayesha Abdul-Malik, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Kara L., sixth grade, Chippewa Middle School

Positive Role Model: Recognizes students who consistently exhibit the kinds of behaviors we want displayed in our schools and in our communities.

• Izabella Kowalczuk, sixth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Nell Kowalczuk, sixth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Madison Story, seventh grade, Iroquois Community School

• Julia Romosan, sixth grade, Chippewa Middle School

Positive School Spirit and Good Sportsmanship: Recognizes students for demonstrating fair play and sportsmanship, athletic ability, personal development, and integrity during practice and/or competition, in the classroom and/or on the playing field.

• Ben Huk, eighth grade, Algonquin Middle School

• Katelyn Dahl, eighth grade, Iroquois Community School

• Leiah Cardona, eighth grade, Chippewa Middle School

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