Gazette News Report
JAMESTOWN — Greeneview Middle School recently announced October’s “Students of the Month.”
The following students were nominated by their grade-level teachers: Kaylie Hammond (fifth grade); Brooklyn Fannin (sixth grade); Samuel Warner (seventh grade); and Nick Wolfe (eighth grade).
Hammond possesses many qualities of a successful student, according to her teachers. She is a hard worker, and an excellent listener. She is very organized and has the determination to do her best. She is very responsible about completing assignments. Hammond is also an excellent peer: She is very helpful to others, always kind, and is very willing to work and collaborate to solve problems.
Fannin is very hard-working and honest, her teachers said. She is never afraid to ask questions and will always make up work on the rare occasion that she misses an assignment. She also takes time to help other students and is very patient in showing students how to do their work or get the correct answer without just giving them the answer. Fannin’s patient and happy nature make having her as a student a joy, and her hard work will always be a great strength for her, Fannin’s teachers said.
Warner was chosen because of his hard work and positive attitude. He is dependable and very respectful to all of his teachers, they said. He has shown good role model qualities in the classroom. He is patient towards his fellow classmates. There have been several occasions when they have witnessed Samuel stop what he is doing to help another classmate.
Wolfe has been an impressive student by making mature choices, focusing diligently on his work and being a strong role model for other classmates, according to his teachers. What makes him stand out is that he rarely has anything negative to say. However, if something needs to be said, Wolfe won’t hesitate to tell it like it is. He works hard and it shows, his teachers said.
Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz with information from Greeneview Local Schools.