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Wilson Middle School announces Wilson Winners for December

BY: Metro Source Staff | January 28, 2013

Each month, two students from grades sixth through eighth are nominated by their teachers as Wilson Winners. The students receive a certificate, window cling, pin and a treat coupon that may be redeemed at the cafeteria. Students may be nominated for any number of reasons, and in June, all 54 students will attend a field trip to celebrate their achievements.

Congratulations to the Wilson Winners for December of 2012.

Sixth-grader Isabella Schultz was nominated by Mrs. Reagan for her strong work ethic and her high achievement in social studies. She is attentive in class, is always prepared, and is very kind to her classmates. Reagan congratulates Isabella for being a great student and a good role model for her peers.

Faith Herlan, also a sixth-grader, was nominated by Mr. Benton for putting forth her best effort on everything, from the simplest to the most difficult of tasks. Faith displays a quiet confidence and when something is difficult she asks questions that lead her to the best answer.

Seventh-grader Cesar Carlin was nominated by Mrs. Harvey for being a pleasure to have in class every day. She adds that Cesar makes teaching very enjoyable.

Seventh-grader Connie Lepsch was nominated by Mr. Sippel for displaying a positive attitude each and every day, and always working to the best of her ability.

Eighth-grader Trey Rees was nominated by Ms. Fortunate for his outstanding effort and for being helpful and polite to others.

Tom Carr, also an eighth-grader, was nominated by Mrs. Palmer for being a strong student in mathematics. He is always doing what is right and is attentive in class.

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