JH/HS PAWS Awards for October 2018

October PAWS Winners - Best Peer
High School
Ag Science- Justin Nieman- “Justin is currently serving as our FFA Vice President. He has developed into a leader this year is a great way. Justin takes charge of a lot of the fundraising and helped raise enough money for our trip to the FFA National Convention. Justin also takes the time to help the younger members. In the classroom, Justin is self-motivated and leads by example.“  Mr. T. White
Art- Jahna Welker- “Jahna has emerged as a real leader in Art, Yearbook, and Art Club this year. She is always ready and able to assist her peers with concepts she has already mastered when they need help.“  Ms. Aspensen 
Business Education- Sean Rogers - “Sean is very helpful and kind to everybody throughout the entire day.”  Mr. Tokerud
English- Raven Olson- “Not only is Raven a hard worker, but she also is always willing to help her classmates by explaining a concept or by encouraging them.  She is always respectful, thoughtful, and kind to the people around her.  While participating in group work, Raven always has interesting ideas to contribute, and she listens to her peers.  She is a great student to have in class, and I am glad to have her this year!”  Ms. Calvery
Math- Kaylee Appley- “Kaylee is always helping other students in math. She is very patient with students who struggle with math and explains how to complete a problem at their level.”  Ms. Griffis
Music- Michael Sanchez- “Michael Sanchez is a very helpful and caring student. He supports his classmates and is willing to lend a helping hand to anyone who asks.”  Mr. Gruber
Physical Education- Damon Irvin - “Damon is a great role model for our younger kids.  He is kind, respectful and always willing to lend a helping hand.  Damon has grown throughout the years to become an exceptional person!“ Mr. M. White
Science- Vivi McDermott-. “She is always willing to help/teach her peers the material. She is excellent at group projects and motivating her peers.”  Ms. Skillman
Social Studies- Laith Benhammou - “Laith takes seriously his responsibility to help and always do the right thing for not only himself but his peers as well.”  Ms. Moylan
Junior High
Ag Science- Emerson Hoover-  “Emerson is a hard-working student. She is always eager to get her hands dirty and jump in to help. Emerson was elected by her peers to serve as the JH FFA Historian. Emerson is a fun kid to be around and has an infectious personality that brightens the day of her peers. Emerson is currently excelling in welding. As an 8th grader, she has proven that she is well on her way to becoming an expert welder and metal fabricator. “ Mr. T. White
Art- Bella Moss- “Bella is a good friend and very helpful to her classmates. She finished early on a few projects, and used her extra time to help a few of her classmates get caught up.”  Ms. Aspensen
English- Briar Stratton - “Briar is constantly and consistently helpful to others, especially those who struggle with reading and writing. She uplifts her peers and sets a great example for others.“  Ms. Hough
Math- Kyle McDermott- “Kyle McDermott is one of my best student in Math.  But aside from being good in the class, he's also a good peer to anyone who needs help during Math class.”  Mr. Pastrana 
Music- Annaliese Hagood- “ Annaliese Hagood comes to class every day wanting to make sure everyone is accepted and welcome. She will often talk to other students in the class when they are not having a great day in hopes of making it better.”  Mr. Gruber
Physical Education- Byrce Lee - “Byrce is a young man who relates to all levels of kids. He is vocal when needed, as well as leads by example.  His kindness has no boundaries!“ Mr. M. White
Science- Melanie Van Heel-  “Mel is one of the most unselfish, selfless, and giving students I've known. She is lightning quick to jump up and help any student in need and is a go-to for teachers/adults who need student help due to her responsible and positive nature. “  Mr. Lee
Social Studies- Cami Blevins- “Cami is ssssooooo amazing.  She is phenomenal with all of her peers.”  Ms. Kincaid