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STCHS: PBIS Students of the Month (Oct 2016)

posted Nov 4, 2016, 4:59 AM by Web Coordinator   [ updated Nov 8, 2016, 6:07 AM ]
For the month of October the STCHS staff and the PBIS committee recognizes Courtney Anderson, Brianna Nelson, Jose Ordaz, and Perla Nunez for being respectful, responsible, ready, and successful students.

Courtney Anderson, 12th Grade
Parents: Matthew & Michele Anderson
Activities Involved In:
Football Cheerleading, FCA, NHS, and Tennis
What Courtney's Teachers said about her: "Courtney is the model PBIS student as she
is always respectfully of her peers and the staff, responsible in her work ethic, ready with
a smile at the beginning of each class period, and successful as a result of her willingness
to accept the challenges presented to her."

Brianna Nelson, 11th grade
Parents: Keven & Chris Nelson
Activities Involved In: Wrestling Cheerleading and Tennis 
What Brianna's teachers said about her: "Bri volunteers at the elementary to help during recess times. She is awesome with the young kids and does such a wonderful job helping them and teaching them about being respectful, especially out on the playground. Not only is she awesome with young kids, she is always respectful, responsible, and ready as a student at the High School." 

Jose Ordaz,  10th grade 
Parents: Yovana Buenrostro & Luis Ordaz
Activities Involved In: Basketball Manager & Special Olympics Athlete
What Jose's teachers said about him:  "Jose always has a smile on his face. He is always
willing to help out cleaning up, especially during open gym. He is a great kid and
very respectful to everyone."

Perla Nunez,  9th grade
Parents: Agustin & Elizabeth Nunez 
Activities Involved In: Dance, Band, Choir, and Latinas al Exito 
What Perla's teachers said about her:  "Perla is always respectful by raising her hand and asking great questions in class. She very responsible about completing her homework and is always ready when class begins. 
She is an all around great student and kid to have in class."




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