April Kids of Character

April Kids of Character

Congratulations to the following students for being named April's Kids of Character! Mathew Burnett from Xenia Preschool, Nevaeh Rogers from Arrowood Elementary, Miles Whitehead from Cox Elementary, Eleanor Miller from McKinley Elementary, Karlie Monroe from Shawnee Elementary, Evan Merriman from Tecumseh Elementary, Quinn Lamb from Warner Middle School, and Karleigh Godfrey from Xenia High School. 

Read more about these exemplary students:

Xenia Preschool – Mathew Burnett

When Mathew started at Xenia Preschool last year he was shy and did not always participate. This school year, Mathew has transformed into a confident leader in his classroom. He always participates and works hard at school. Mathew is a sweet boy who is always helping the teachers and his classmates. If other students are upset, Mathew will console them and offer them a toy to play with. Mathew is a great role model for other students.

Arrowood Elementary - Nevaeh Rogers

Nevaeh Rogers’ teacher, Rebecca Sexton, writes that Nevaeh is always prepared for school, that she is respectful and responsible, and always does her best. She participates in Arrowood’s Girls on the Run program and her coaches report that she is always enthusiastic and encouraging to her fellow runners. Her positive attitude and caring heart make her a great friend.

Cox Elementary - Miles Whitehead

Miles was nominated by his teacher Denise Lacy. Miles always offers to help with classroom cleanup, and is always polite and kind. He is very sweet and is a really good student. He is always respectful and kind.

McKinley Elementary - Eleanor Miller

Eleanor has made attending school a priority. During her recent MAP testing, she worked hard all day on each test. On the math test she went up eight points and on language arts she went up 22 points, which is fantastic! Her teachers are so proud of her and how hard she works. Her dedication to excellence is paying off.

Shawnee Elementary – Karlie Monroe

Karlie is being recognized for the “generous” character trait. Karlie is very sweet and kind. In class, she is always respectful to teachers and classmates. She uses kind words and is patient with others. Her teacher enjoys having Karlie in class because she is hard working, helpful, and unselfish.

Tecumseh Elementary - Evan Merriman

Evan is consistently making smart choices and if he doesn't, he quickly corrects himself. Evan knows between right and wrong, and doesn't let others convince him otherwise. He is so responsible and kind to others. This is Evan’s first year attending Tecumseh Elementary but he fits right in and was even named a Student Ambassador. He shows great leadership skills and is a true PAX leader. He is a great example to others.

Warner Middle School - Quinn Lamb

Quinn is kind and compassionate to all those around her. She is incredibly hardworking and dedicated in the classroom. She was recently nominated and selected to be an 8th grade WEB leader for the upcoming school year. Quinn has been a standout student in her leadership class this year. She is full of innovative and creative ideas to help make her school a better place. Her school spirit is contagious. In her role next year as a WEB leader, she will make an excellent mentor and role model for the younger students at Warner Middle School.

Xenia High School - Karleigh Godfrey

Karleigh is always kind and compassionate, and volunteers willingly for anything her teachers need. She always completes her assignments well and on time. She is a leader who thinks critically. She is involved in many extracurricular activities and she manages her time well. She is always polite and friendly.

(Not pictured: Eleanor Miller and Karlie Monroe.)

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