Stoner Prairie Elementary School - January 19, 2015

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Nicholas Mingo – Ms. Magnus 2/3 Classroom

Tristan Thibodaux – Ms. Friess 5th Grade
In an effort to promote consistent attendance, we have randomly select two students each week to read a book with me during the following week. Any student that has not had a tardy or absence for the week will be included in the drawing. The eligible list is created after afternoon attendance each Friday. Each week starts anew. We have had 6 winners since we started. Our first two winners were Nicholas Mingo and Tristian Thibodaux. On top of that Tristan has demonstrated his leadership and friendship skills many times to help others during this school year. He helps others make positive choices and stay calm when they have become upset.

Isabella Boyle - Mrs. Jones 4th grade
Bella shows many greatness qualities everyday whether someone is watching or not. She is generous with her classmates by creating artwork for them. She's a talented artist and has 3 pieces of work displayed in our room. She is thoughtful of others by helping them with their work, and even helps clean their desks! She is a positive student who comes to school each day with an eagerness to learn. Bella sets goals and accomplishes them. She set a goal in the fall and within a week was already working towards completing it. She is a leader at Stoner Prairie by helping in a kindergarten class. Stoner Prairie is proud to have Bella as an outstanding student.

Darryl Horton ­- Mrs. Jones 4th grade
Darryl has been a great addition to Mrs. Jones' classroom. One quality he has proven this year is flexibility when joining the class in October. He has been adaptable and open to meeting new kids. He has persevered over numerous things. He has shown courage and confidence as he adapted to a new classroom. When faced with challenges, he chooses the right path even when it might be harder. He excels at football and technology. Stoner Prairie is lucky to have Darryl as a student.

Jeremiah Donnell ­- Ms. Friess 5th Grade
Jeremiah takes his role as a safety patrol very seriously. His post is in front of the main office on Friday mornings. This is a very busy place because on Fridays we have music and many students dancing in the hallways. Jeremiah will smile and welcome students while also reminding them to walk. Several times he has noticed a student having trouble and has either assisted them or helped them find an adult who can assist them.

Julia Teixeira ­- Ms. Cook 5th Grade
 Julia is a safety patroller who assists with breakfast in the morning. She is always early for her post and excited to help out in any way that she can. She has helped greatly with our new procedure of having second and third grade students pick up their breakfast in the lunchroom on their way to class in the mornings.

Francisco Becerra Jimenez ­- Ms. Cook 5th Grade
Francisco is a safety patroller who holds the door for all the students as they leave the building at the end of the day. He makes students feel special by telling them to "Have a great weekend" on Fridays. He always has a smile on, although you can't always tell because he makes sure he is bundled up and prepared for the cold weather.

Sabrina Vivian ­- Ms. Cook 5th Grade
Sabrina is safety patroller who is always on top of her post. Several barriers outside of her control have come up that would prevent her from attending her post, but Sabrina consistently seeks out support and is flexible in changing her schedule so that she can fulfill her duty as a safety patrol. She started out as a recess helper and is now helping in the lunchroom. She is always looking around to see how she can be helpful.