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Student Achievements

Honor Roll for 3rd nine weeks
Honor Roll

Merit Roll for 3rd nine weeks
Merit Roll

3rd Grade Student of the Month, Alysse D'Errico: RESPECT

Alysse D'Errico"Alysse exhibits the qualities of a student that is respectful to her peers as well as adults. She is sensitive to other people's feelings and knows how to talk with them to make them feel comfortable. She values other students' perspectives and is a good listener. She helps her peers with assignments without making them feel bad. She always says, "Good Morning" and will say "Good-bye Mrs. Trunick" after I have said good-bye. Talking with adults and acknowledging them is a skill that a lot of children lack and Alysse is always there with a smile on her face." ~Mrs. Trunick, Homeroom 306...... Alysse is a true example of Respect. :)


4th Grade Student of the Month, Max Narotsky: RESPECT

"Max shows respect to everyone all the time. From his greetings in the morning and at the end of the day to the way he works with his peers shows that he is an excellent example of respecting others. He is an avid listener in class and participates consistently. He offers help to his classmates and his teacher without being prompted. He is very mannerly and takes his work seriously. He understands when he needs to work harder and motivates himself to improve. He is well deserving of Student of the Month." ~Mrs. Setting, Homeroom 415...Max is a true example of Respect. :)


5th Grade Student of the Month, Whitney Bates:RESPECT

"Whitney is a very respectful student. This shows in her treatment of others within her class as well as outside on the playground, in the lunch room, and in the hallways. She is the first person to say Please or Thank You and is the role model within the class for respect. Her peers also view her as a respectful student and look to her for leadership in that area." ~Mrs. Doelling & Mrs. Hayes, Homeroom 507...Whitney is a true example of Respect. :)


3rd Grade Student of the Month (Nov./Dec.), Emma Merlo: TRUSTWORTHINESS

3rd Grade Student of the Month (Nov./Dec.), Emma Merlo: TRUSTWORTHINESS"Emma always follows through on her commitments which is a very commendable characteristic in a third grader. Not only does she always complete the classwork that is required of her, she goes beyond expectations. Emma was very dedicated to running for Student Council and did all that was required of her to convince her classmates that she would do a good job in that role. Emma is a good and dependable friend and treats all of her classmates kindly. I believe Emma is honest and would find cheating or stealing to be behaviors she could never see herself doing."~ Mrs. Noss, Homeroom 308...Emma is a true example of Trustworthiness. :)


3rd Grade Student of the Month (February): Tyler Lowe, RESPONSIBILITY

3rd Grade Student of the Month (February): Tyler Lowe, RESPONSIBILITY"When I think of 'responsibility' I think of a child completing classwork in a timely manner, a child who completes and turns in homework the day it is due, if his behavior is superior with a substitute, and if he can be trusted outside of the classroom (hallway, bathroom, etc.). Tyler fits the description of all aspects. He never makes excuses or blames others for his actions. If there is an altercation in the classroom (that never deals with him) I trust that he will tell me the truth. He knows the daily routine and I trust him being the classroom helper with or without me being here. I love his determination for great grades and his willingness to speak up when he does not understand material being covered. I can only wish that all of my students were like him: reliable, dependable, and responsible. Thank you for being you! " ~Miss Pantelis, Homeroom 305...Tyler is a true example of a student who exhibits Responsibiltiy. :)


4th Grade Student of the Month (February): Brynn Wolfgram, RESPONSIBILITY

4th Grade Student of the Month (February): Brynn Wolfgram, RESPONSIBILITY"I am nominating Brynn Wolfgram as my example of a responsible student. Brynn always follows through on any task or assignment that she is given. She is 100% committed to improving her grades, expecially math, in order to reach her goal of making the Honor Roll. She never makes excuses for her mistakes or her grades. She simply tells me that she needs to work harder and study longer.  She is extremely reliable and dependable!" ~Miss Gentile, Homeroom 406...Brynn is a true example of a student who exhibits Responsibility. :)


5th Grade Student of the Month (February): Emily Macik, RESPONSIBILITY

5th Grade Student of the Month (February): Emily Macik, RESPONSIBILITY

"Emily is without a doubt a very responsible fifth grader! She is constantly doing what is expected. Emily turns her assignments in on time and is always prepared for class. She participates and understands that it is her responsibility and job to pay attention and work hard when in school. Emily follows the school wide rules and realizes that  everyone is accountable for their actions."~ Mrs. Robertson, Homeroom 505...Emily is a true example of a student who exhibits Responsibility. :)


3rd Grade Student of the Month (March), Amaiya Baughman: FAIRNESS

Third grade Student of the Month (March), Amaiya Baughman: FAIRNESS

"I am nominating Amaiya because she always treats people the way she wants to be treated. She treats everyone equally and is kind and helpful to others. She cares about others and how her actions will affect those around her. When playing games in class or at recess, she plays be the rules and never, ever complains or says, "That's not fair". Amaiya always shares her supplies when someone is in need of something without hesitation. She is a great example of a student who exhibits fairness at Niles Intermediate School." ~Mrs. Vitelli, Homeroom 307... Amaiya is a true example of a student who exhibits Fairness.


Fourth Grade Student of the Month (April), Ava Elliot: FAIRNESS

Fourth Grade Student of the Month (April), Ava Elliot: FAIRNESS

"Ava is a very passionate student when it comes to noticing situations that are unfair. She is never afraid to speak her mind when discussing issues in society during class. Although fairness is a high priority in our classroom, we often discuss our current nation to connect real life experiences with our Social Studies and citizenship lessons. Ava is always highly engaged in these discussions. She has a strong conviction for equality and fair treatment of others, and is not afraid to speak freely about it. She has all the qualities of a good leader in this area, and  I can see her being an advocate for others throughout her life. Ava makes me proud to be her teacher every day."~Mrs. Pishotti, Homeroom 413....Ava is a true example of a student who exhibits Fairness.


Fifth Grade Student of the Month (April), Gracie Glista: FAIRNESS

Fifth Grade Student of the Month (April), Gracie Glista: FAIRNESS

"Gracie is an excellent example of fairness at Niles Intermediate School. She always follows the rules and never blames other students carelessly. She treats everyone fairly and is kind to everyone. Gracie is very open-minded and listens to other students' ideas and opinions. She respects decisions made by her teachers without complaint. Gracie works very hard in school and is never influenced by behaviors of others. She is an excellent role model!" ~ Mrs. Busse & Mrs. Swegan, Homeroom 508...Gracie is a true example of a student who exhibits Fairness.