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BY: Metro Source Staff | December 30, 2012

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 September and November of 2012.

Sixth grader Evan ‘EJ’ Johnson was nominated by Mrs. Marchetti and Mrs. Reagan. Mrs. Marchetti nominated Evan for his great attitude and for always having a smile on his face.

Mrs. Reagan nominated Evan for being a “star” student. She adds that Evan’s attitude toward school is excellent, and he comes in every day, eager to learn and works hard.

Evan takes pride in his work and is cooperative and well-mannered. She said it is such a pleasure to work with such a helpful, kind-hearted and respectful student.

Julie Reagan, also a sixth-grader, was nominated by Mrs. Forsyth, for being an exceptional student who goes above and beyond what is expected.

Seventh-grader Michael Kuntz was nominated by Ms. Ferguson for always being so willing to please his teachers.

She adds that he is an excellent teacher’s helper, and he does his best and seeks help when needed.

Seventh-grader Raechel Blasius was nominated by Mrs. Seeley for being respectful of herself and of others.

She is a hard worker and conscientious with her school work.

Dylan Wolfe, an eighth-grader, was nominated by Ms. Fortunate and by Mrs. Palmer.

Ms. Fortunate nominated Dylan for being kind, hard-working and an excellent role model.

Mrs. Palmer nominated Dylan for constantly striving to do his best. She adds that he is willing to help both her, and his classmates, and is a great eighth-grader.

Eighth-grader Becca Connors was nominated by Mr. Alderman for being a really great kid who works very hard.

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