SHELBY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

JH/HS PAWS Awards for February 2021

February PAWS Winners- Citizenship
 
High School
 
Ag Science-  Faith Robinson-  “Faith's smile says it all. She is always in a great mood and has a personality that more of us should adopt. She is a great example of being a positive and caring citizen. Faith always greets you with a nice gesture or offers a sincere question like "How are you doing" or "How was your weekend?". Most recently, Faith participated in the FFA Creed speaking CDE. Not everyone is a public speaker, but Faith tried it despite being deathly afraid. She placed 6th! Because of her "why not try it" philosophy, Faith will be successful in life.”  Mr. T. White
 
Art-  Randon Richman-  “Randon Richman because he demonstrates good citizenship every day, towards everyone, without fail.”  Ms. LaRoque
 
Business Education-  Cameron Blevins-  “Cameron is a role model for so many students, especially when it comes to citizenship.  She is kind and thoughtful.  She never wants anyone to feel left out or to fall behind and everywhere you see her in the school she has a smile on her face.  Cami always takes the time to make others feel important whether it is in the classroom, hallways, or on the court.”  Ms. Fisher
 
English-  James Waters-  “James Waters is always looking out for the best interest of his peers, teachers, and the school. He has encouraging things to say to everyone and looks at the positive side of almost every situation.  He is thoughtful, kind, innovative, and James wants everyone to have a place in the "Coyote Den."  He is willing to help with technology or lend a helping hand in class, and I greatly appreciate his attitude!”  Ms. Calvery
 
Math-  Jazzmyn Ewing-  “Jazzmyn Ewing is an outstanding citizen - both in school and in her community.  She is an interested, hard-working, and extremely bright math student, who is always looking to learn more.  And, she is an active member of community-minded groups such as Student Council and Lions Club, always looking to give back more than she receives.”  Ms. Clark
 
Music- Donivan Bohman-  “Donivan Bohman was selected this month due to his excellent treatment of others. He is always willing to help his classmates and teachers out whenever he is asked. Donivan is very polite and has a great work ethic.”  Mr. Gruber
 
Physical Education-  Aidan Torgerson-  “Adian is one of the best examples for doing things when asked and when not asked. He steps up to do the little things that make the biggest difference. I appreciate everything that Aidan does and know that the world is a better place with kids like him in it!”  Mr. M. White
 
Science-  Konrad Gorth-  “Konrad is our choice for PAWS this month because he is a kind, caring student who follows the rules of the school and classrooms. He helps others and tries to portray what a good citizen should be like.”  Ms. Tokerud
 
Social Studies-  Jazzmine Preuss-  “Jazzmine is a joy to have in class. She is such an integral part of the classroom for both myself and her classmates.”  Ms. Moylan
 
 
Junior High
 
Ag Science-  Alexia Bohman-  “Alexia is one of those kids that volunteers, offers help without hesitation, is eager to help, shows up on time, and never asks for anything in return. She is inquisitive and a student that values education. She is what every citizen should strive to be both in the classroom and out. I am very proud of Alexia. She recently has volunteered to be the JH wrestling team manager and she has discovered that trying different FFA events can actually be very fun. I am happy to have Alexia in my classroom, wrestling room, and as an FFA member.”  Mr. T. White
 
Art-  Ginger Seifert-   “Ginger Seifert because she is always helpful and kind in class, a model citizen.”  Ms. LaRoque
 
English-  Adele Lamb-  “Adele is an amazing citizen. Her compassion for her peers and willingness to help others make the classroom a more positive environment and the school a better place.”  Ms. Hough
 
Math-  Wyatt Doty-  “He had shown a positive attitude toward his classmate and school and the strength of character and courage to do what is right.”  Mr. Pastrana
 
Music-  Dylan Clark-   “Dylan is one of the most inclusive young gentlemen in the music room. He always extends a hand to help others while also making room for someone who may have been left out. With a big heart, Dylan has been able to stand out from the rest by being courteous, kind, and helpful. I am proud of him and hope he keeps up the good work.”  Ms. Cruze
 
Physical Education-  Ivan Wickum-  “Everyday Ivan brings his best effort. He works hard and is always willing to help others.”   Mr. Reynolds
 
Science-  Parker Bushnell-  “Parker is the epitome of citizenship. In my class, he is kind and generous and the first to lend a hand to anyone in need. I also see him displaying these characteristics outside of the classroom, being it holding the door open for everyone in the morning to helping clean up a mess. Parker is a great example of citizenship.”  Mr. Lee
 
Social Studies-  Jadis Scarborough-  “Jadis Scarborough is very respectful to others and always shows respect to our school and community. Jadis always willingly lends a hand when someone is in need.  Jadis is also a wonderful student with a heart of gold.  Way to go Jadis!!!” Ms. Kincaid