The November Students of the Month were announced in early December to recognize students for their outstanding efforts in the classroom, lab, or community setting. We are very proud of the students and their amazing accomplishments.
Three of the November Students of the Month were chosen because of their amazing efforts for the Food Drive! Carpentry instructor Chad Graybill nominated Jacob Zieger because he was the “Food Drive Hero” and prodded his class along to meet their goals and bring in their donations. “Jacob stayed on top of his responsibilities and reminded his classmates every day until the challenge was met.” Jacob is a Carpentry junior from Bethel-Tate.
The next two students recognized in November are Hope Roush and Alexus Tumbleson, junior Cosmetology students who combined to bring in 1,032 food items for the drive. The girls were true champions as they worked to secure donations and haul the bounty into school each day.
Our fourth student to be recognized was Cody Johnson, a New Richmond senior in the Carpentry program. Cody helped a young boy who was being attacked by a dog in his community with no thought of his own safety. Congratulations to all of our Students of the Month!