Congratulations to our May Academic All-Stars! Read more about these outstanding students:
“I’m nominating this fine young man because I see his potential to make a difference in a society that needs his strength and zest for learning. Myk’el has a gift for writing, and I am in awe to read how his thoughts create a world of its own,” says teacher Crystal Cash-Watson.
Cassidy is described as the epitome of the
qualifications for an Academic All-Star. Cassidy is a leader who is involved in volleyball and is a cheerleader for varsity basketball. She is looked up to by her peers and the younger students in the district.
Aubree is a dedicated student who puts effort into her classroom work. She participates in class and is engaged in the lessons. She asks questions and is always willing to help others. She is kind and is a good role model for her peers. “Aubree is a joy to have in the classroom. Aubree brings a smile and positive attitude to school each day,” says teacher Jennifer Shade.
“Bill is adventurous as he is willing to try almost
anything. Bill exhibits leadership, character, positive relationships and a will to achieve,” says principal Lori Cabot. He is a “model leader” to his grade level, and he does his very best to show efforts in the classroom and his growth academically.
Helen Liu is a person who stands out as exceptional. It is rare to find a student who demonstrates a complete set of abilities and characteristics including academic excellence, leadership, communication, responsibility and school/community involvement.
Teacher Jennifer Beadles says that Quinn has made a great name for himself at the school as a new student. He has been able to adapt to new situations and thrive, which is one reason why he was nominated to be an Academic All-Star. Quinn is focused and works hard in and out of his class. He has been a great addition to the 5th grade class.
“Her superior academic performance is noteworthy, but her willingness to help others is a shining attribute. We are grateful to call her an Indian Valley Brave,” says her teacher, Stephanie Johnson.
“David Kress is a tremendous asset to the 8th grade class. He is very respectful and is accepting of all of his peers. He is routinely prepared for all his classes with supplies and his assignments. He truly values education and the learning process, and he offers so much to his classroom environments with his consistent participation,” says principal Cathy Aviles.
to learn more about our Partners in Education program and nominate an outstanding student or teacher. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. on the 10th of each month.