Written by Dessiona Jackson
Congratulations to our November winners for the Partners in Education program.
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.
Check out our awesome student winners for November:
“Gabriela is involved in several clubs and activities including Yearbook, Key Club and Difference Makers. She takes Advanced Placement classes as well as College Credit Plus Classes. She is currently ranked in the top 10 in the class of 2023. She is very proactive and constantly seeking opportunities to have a positive impact on the high school or help with anything. Gabriela makes North Olmsted High School a better place for both our students and staff.” – Zach Weagley, Administrator
“Nathan is an outstanding student who is mature
beyond his years. He is always willing to offer a helping hand to fellow students as well as teachers. Nathan always presents himself in a professional manner and continues to impress the staff at Woodward. He takes the most difficult classes and thrives in that environment. He has set his goals for himself and will undoubtedly achieve them. As our valedictorian this year, Nathan has proven himself a worthy recipient of this award.” – Sarah Ramirez, Counselor
“Evan Jackle is a student who betters not only his peers but his teachers and community. Evan sincerely loves to learn and push himself. In conjunction with his academic rigor and success, Evan is also a Super Star member of our school and community through extra-curricular activities. He participates in both track and cross country, is a leader on our Academic Team and frequently takes on volunteer roles such as working concessions for school events. Outside of school, he helps with his family’s farm. Evan is among the hardest-working, most sincere and most driven students I have ever had the pleasure to teach.” – Danielle George, Teacher
“She works very hard to maintain outstanding grades. Maggie goes out of her way to be nice to everyone in the grade. She loves her new school and all her new friends. Maggie is a very outstanding swimmer and just got her JO cuts for state and national. Maggie loves school and loves to swim. I think she is a future Olympian!” – Carol Brown Warden, Coach
“Ava is a hard worker, and she always puts her best foot forward. She participates readily in class. She is always prepared with all supplies and work completed and she always has a great attitude. Ava competes in athletics outside of school where she also excels and works hard. She gives 110 percent in all that she does, and she always manages to have time for her little sister and friends. She is caring and compassionate, and she likes to have fun! She is a great role model to her peers as well as the younger students in the school” – Laura Corcoran, Teacher
“Not only is Leah the number one in her high school
class (while taking the most rigorous college schedule, I might add), but she is also kind, humble and has a heart for others. I have known Leah for six years and there are really no words to describe what kind of person she is, you just must meet her to know. To help describe it, imagine having a business that you had to leave for someone else to run and it meant trusting them with your livelihood. I wouldn’t think twice for Leah to be at the helm. There is no doubt that she is going to be a monumental success and anyone who helps her on the way will be proud to say that they were a part of it!” -Robin Kimball, Teacher
“Braden has always thrived and has gotten A’s all through school. He is now looking into colleges to attend and is retaking his ACT test to score an even higher score than what he already had to better his chances at maybe receiving some scholarships to help offset the cost of school.” – Trisha Williams, Parent
“Ryleigh Long continues to demonstrate exemplar
behavior in middle school. She is not only conscious of her academic achievement and growth but is also a great role model to her peers. She has excellent attendance and is both responsible and trustworthy.” – Tracy Saho, Teacher
“Max is a third-grade student at Westview who exudes happiness. Throughout his school day, Max puts forth a great effort in all he does, and he does this with a positive attitude and supportive mindset that impacts others. I have observed his patience and kindness toward students and staff. Besides working hard and being an exemplary role model, Max participates in choir at Westview.” – Nick Moore, Administrator
Stay tuned to read more about November’s Teachers of the Month!