The following elementary students were honored at last week and at this week’s Principal’s Pen Award breakfast:
Week of the 7th:
Matthew Freund – 4K: Matthew is a great example of the Ledger Way! He is a kind friend, loves to learn, and always does his best job. We love having him in our class family!
Molly O’Hearn – 4K: Molly is a gift to our class family! She is always willing to lend a helping hand, does her best, and shows her faith with her kindness and love. We love having Molly in our class!
Jack Smith – 4K: Jack was recognized for being a kind friend to all students. He is also a good role model for how to make green choices at school!
Janie Bembenista – K5: Janie is very respectful and kind to all teachers and students. She is always willing to help a friend out. She is a leader in our classroom and even outside of class.
Henry Burkart – K5: Henry is a kind, respectful, and helpful student. He always goes out of his way to help someone in need.
Quincy Hoefer – K5: Quincy is a kind, helpful, and hardworking student. She stays on task and really works hard. She is always willing to help a friend in need.
Jackson Wagner – K5: Jackson was recognized for always respecting his teachers and peers. He has an excitement and joy for learning. He is a leader in the classroom.
Micayla Mireski – 1st grade: Micayla was recognized for showing respect to others, love for learning, including others, and always being responsible. She is a positive leader for all.
Zachariah Weaver – 1st grade: Zach is always eager to learn! He lends a helping hand to his classmates and is a wonderful friend to all.
Gannon Whisnant – 1st grade: Gannon exudes joy with his smile and positive attitude. He finds the upside in every situation.
Charlie Holmes – 2nd grade: Charlie brings an excitement for learning to the classroom. He is a great teacher for his peers. He challenges himself to achieve his goals.
Genevieve Kurtz – 2nd grade: Genevieve was recognized for her leadership. She is always the first to help another friend and play with those who don’t have a friend to play with.
Aspen Lovelace – 2nd grade: Aspen is always positive. She is respectful to adults and peers. She is very responsible and always works hard.
Rowan Hart – Grade 3: for leadership within the classroom, helping others, lending supplies, and always being willing to restate objectives within the classroom.
Asher Westergaard – Grade 3: for always being eager to help and serve. He is excited about learning and has a positive attitude
Brooklyn Zangl – Grade 3: for always showing the Ledger Way in everything she does. She is a great helper in the classroom and to all her friends. She takes learning seriously, puts a 110% effort, and strives to always learn more. She is a great Ledger Leader who truly knows what a community of faith is all about.
Farah Geiger – Grade 4: for being an outstanding member of the classroom community. She treats everyone like a friend and is always extremely helpful.
Andrew Hahn – Grade 4: for working hard and taking his learning seriously. Andrew is a good friend to everyone.
John Leising – Grade 4: for being very respectful and polite. He treats everyone with kindness.
Ben Mathos – Grade 4: for being eager to help his friends and classmates. Ben is a terrific listener and always very polite.
Owen Dengel – Grade 5: for being responsible both in class and virtually. He is respectful to all adults and students and is always thinking of others. He shows he is a true follower of Christ.
Aiden Rector – Grade 5: for being patient and gracious. He uses excellent manners and is kind and understanding.
Brady Zangl – Grade 5: for always using his time wisely and being a leader in our classroom.