A trio of students recently were recognized during a Brownstown Central Community School Corp. school board meeting.
First-grader Treyton Cox, seventh-grader Andrea Evans and sophomore Cassidy Isaacs received certificates for being selected Students of the Month.
Treyton was named the Little Brave of the Month at the elementary school. His teacher, Tiffany Bruce, said several students came to mind on the topic of being respectful.
“However, Treyton was a student that seemed the most deserving of this life skill,” Principal Chrystal Street said in reading Bruce’s comments.
“Treyton is a very kind, polite and respectful little boy,” Bruce wrote. “He always enters class with a smile and is ready to do what is asked.”
Bruce said Treyton is respectful by listening when others are talking, saying “please” and “thank you,” reminding his teacher of things and taking the feelings of his classmates into consideration.
“I really enjoy having him in class,” Bruce wrote.
Andrea’s seventh-grade teachers said she is a pleasure to have in class.
“She is exuberant in her classwork and is captive during lectures,” Principal Doug McClure said in reading the teachers’ nomination letter.
“Andrea certainly exhibits the three R’s we teach at the middle school — respect, responsibility and resourcefulness,” the teachers wrote. “She is resourceful and responsible in getting all of her work done and is always willing to help others. Andrea not only demonstrates respect to all of her teachers and staff, but to her classmates, as well. She is a model for all to follow.”
Isaacs was selected for the honor by her Spanish teacher, Kristi Samples.
“Cassidy is well above her years in regards to her maturity and education level,” Principal Joe Sheffer said while reading Samples’ letter. “She always pays precise attention to detail, and she never hesitates to ask questions. Not only is she an incredibly smart young lady, she is kind and sincere, as well.”