Gazette News Report
JAMESTOWN — Greeneview Middle School recently announced its May students of the month.
Recognized were Abby Powers (eighth grade); Leah Hoyle (seventh grade); Zeke Powers (sixth grade); and Baleigh Necina (fifth grade).
Abby Powers was described by teachers as a very gifted and talented writer. “She has a unique ability to express her thoughts, both through public speaking and through written composition, and in a manner that is far above her grade level,” according to information provided by the school. Abby was also cited for always giving “110 percent” on all of her work, and her passion for academic success is contagious.
Hoyle always has a smile on her face and a bubbly personality that fills the room, her teachers said. She is a wonderful student who puts forth her best effort in all that she does. “Leah often goes above and beyond what is expected of her, and will volunteer to take on more than just the minimum requirements,” teachers noted. She sets a positive example for her peers each and every day that she is in the classroom.
Zeke Powers has been extremely helpful in the classroom. He has been more than willing to assist teachers in any way necessary, and he is also extremely willing to help his fellow peers stay on task during class time. Teachers said “Zeke has worked patiently, and often without prompting, with those around him if he sees that they are struggling to understand something.” He has a positive attitude, stays focused on the task at hand, and always has his work completed and done to the best of his ability.
Necina was described as a “role model to her fellow students.” She always comes to class with a positive attitude, ready to learn, and prepared to participate in class discussions. Teachers said Necina was a pleasure to have in class this school year.
Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz.