• LCSC Celebrates Tiger PRIDE Champions

    The Tiger PRIDE Champion award is given to individuals who display persistence, respectfulness, initiative, dependability and efficiency. LCSC recognizes three types of PRIDE Champions:

    • Student PRIDE Champions: One student in grades 5th, 8th, or 12th grade students, selected by their school's teachers and/or administrators.
    • Community PRIDE Champions: Community members, parents, businesses, and/or organizations.
    • Employee PRIDE Champions: Classified staff members selected by their supervisor.
  • Vicki Miller, Student Database Coordinator

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 6/21/2022 7:30:00 PM

    Vicki Miller, Student Database Coordinator

    Vicki Miller is a positive asset to LCSC and displays PRIDE in all that she does as the district’s Student Database Coordinator.  The work ethic that she brings to the role is unmatched.  Upon transitioning into her role, Vicki also worked relentlessly to tackle the changes from the state and implement them with fidelity.  When met with a challenge or error, she takes initiative to find a solution.  Vicki never hesitates to step up and provide support or a helping hand where it is needed.  LCSC is proud to recognize Vicki Miller as a Tiger PRIDE Champion—thank you for all that you do!   

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  • Carmen Cannon and Megan Lewis

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 6/21/2022 7:30:00 PM

    Megan and Carmen are each a true example of Community Tiger PRIDE Champions.  Starting in January, both individuals dedicated themselves to serving our community as co-chairs of the Yes for LCSC Political Action Committee.  They rallied together numerous volunteers to assist with educating voters on the benefits of both the Capital and Operating referendums.  Through their leadership, volunteers worked to deliver yard signs, knock on doors, call voters, secure donations, attend informational sessions and work the election polls!  Both ladies remained dedicated to the common goal and helped to spread enthusiasm for the future throughout our community.  On behalf of all LCSC students, staff and community, we would like to thank you both for your dedication to making our schools and community a better place!

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  • April Tiger PRIDE Champions

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 4/19/2022 7:30:00 PM

     

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    Lebanon High School—Ella Taylor

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Ella is an exceptional student-athlete and exemplifies all aspects of PRIDE through her academics, athletics, and interactions with her peers and high school staff. Academically, Ella demonstrates PRIDE through her 4.00 GPA and top 5 class ranking while taking a rigorous academic schedule. She consistently demonstrates persistence and initiative in the classroom and through her impressive achievements in DECA. Ella is a valued and positive leader for the Girls Golf Team and the Student Section. Her respectfulness and dependability while representing our school and community is not only recognized but also appreciated. In all that she does, Ella embodies the ideals of PRIDE as a true servant leader in our school and community. Congratulations, Ella for exemplifying what it means to be a Tiger Pride Champion.

     

    Lebanon High School—Riley Newman

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Riley is an exemplary young man that exemplifies all aspects of PRIDE in all that he does. He is a very goal-oriented young man who pushes himself to reach his immense potential through an unwavering commitment to the characteristics exhibited in PRIDE. Riley is a standout scholar, as evidenced by his class rank as first in his class, as well as his recognition as an AP Scholar, National Merit Scholar, and Lilly Scholarship recipient. Riley has been successful at soccer, as a diver on the swim team, and as a member of the track team. He is respectful and considerate to all those he encounters, and he has represented our school and the community with great PRIDE. Congratulations to Riley Newman for being recognized as a Tiger PRIDE Champion.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Phynix Fowler

    Nominated by LMS Bulldog Team

    Phynix is the epitome of what PRIDE represents.  He is polite and kind-hearted towards all that he comes into contact with, whether it be adults or classmates. Phynix strives for excellence not only in himself, but those that are around him. He sets a great example of respect, patience, and work ethic, not only in his academics but in life in general. Phynix is well-deserving of this honor.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Averie Lollar

    Nominated by LMS Swag Team (Mrs. Dunshee, Mrs. Hood, Mrs. Barrell, Miss Herrin)

    Averie exemplifies PRIDE and leadership qualities both in the classroom and on the volleyball court.  She is a thoughtful student who is always prepared for class. She maintains excellent grades while being heavily involved in volleyball as well as showing hogs throughout the Midwest.  Averie is kind to others and can be counted on as a role model.  Oftentimes, when teachers are out of the building, Averie is asked to be a source of information and assistance for substitutes. While Avery is a quiet leader, the students respect her leadership qualities.  

     

    Central—Kyla Gosewehr

    Nominated by Diana Shirley, Kim Lahrman, Keanna Stamm

    Kyla Gosewehr is a leader who strives to live by the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and all of the characteristics of Tiger PRIDE. She is respectful and a great teammate. Recently, our class gained a new student. Kyla quickly offered a seat next to hers so that she could help the student adjust to our classroom.  Kyla is extremely kind, friendly, and gets along with everyone, so there’s no doubt that any student would feel welcomed with a seat beside her. Kyla is also very dependable. She frequently has her weekly classroom goals and homework completed well before they are due, all while excelling in her extracurricular activities, like softball and volleyball, which she participates in outside of school. Kyla perseveres through challenging tasks and refuses to give up, even when it is difficult. Kyla has the initiative and drive to do anything she sets her mind to do. The team at Central is proud to send her to LMS and watch her continue to shine!

               

    Harney—Brenlie Pitman

    Nominated by Debbie Boggess

    Brenlie is a kind, honest, respectful, and hardworking young lady.  She continually gives her best and works to complete all of her work while remaining positive and persevering through challenges.  Brenlie is a natural leader and makes a real difference in the classroom. Brenlie's peers say she is funny, energetic, and unique in a good way.  Harney is proud to recognize Brenlie Pitman and we wish her the best as she begins middle school!

     

    Hattie B. Stokes—Hanitsy Ortega-Olvera

    Nominated by Madison Malec

    Hanitsy is a true example of a Tiger PRIDE Champion!  Each day she goes above and beyond what is expected of her both academically and socially. Her schoolwork is always a model example of what is expected and she goes out of her way to help classmates that struggle with concepts she understands. Hanitsy serves as an ambassador in our school and never hesitates to stand up for her friends. She will be missed by many when she continues on to middle school next year, but we know she will continue to do great things!

     

    Perry-Worth—Audrie Cooper

    Nominated by Kurt Wayood

    Audrie continually sets goals and works diligently to achieve her goals while pushing herself to be a better student.  Audrie seeks initiative in her work, always finishing her morning work on time and taking home classwork that isn't finished.  She is a dependable and trustworthy individual amongst her peer group and her teachers. If something needs to be done, Audrie is a student who can be trusted to do it well and on-time.  She treats other students with respect and even volunteers her time to assist 1st grade students and teachers in an effort to help others better.  As a fifth-grade student, she is efficient in her work and has the ability to balance her school work, extracurricular activities, friendships and family time.  Our classroom and school are both better places because of Audrie Cooper!

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  • Paula Meisberger, Harney Elementary

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 3/15/2022 7:25:00 PM

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    Mrs. Meisberger has picked up the pieces of a neglected program and breathed new life into computer applications with our students. Her multi-sensory approach to teaching the digital content required of the course is both refreshing and engaging. She consistently builds relationships with students and works to meet their needs in the classroom. She is a team player and participates fully in staff endeavors, offering both enthusiasm and support to the Harney family. She always has a kind word for whoever she contacts throughout the day and gives 100% to all she does. It is an honor to have her as part of our staff and to recommend her as a Tiger PRIDE Champion.

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  • Rotary Club of Lebanon

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 3/15/2022 7:25:00 PM

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    The Rotary Club of Lebanon is a valuable asset to our community.  Their members work diligently to provide service to others while promoting integrity and advancing world understanding, goodwill and peace, as noted in their mission statement.  Over the last few years, the local non-profit organization and their members have expressed their appreciation to LCSC teachers and staff through their “Rotary has a Heart for Teachers” project.  Through the project, they have provided treat bags to all staff in the six school buildings on Valentine’s Day.  On behalf of all LCSC staff members, we would like to thank the members of the Rotary Club for your kind gesture and support of our staff, school and community through your organization’s work. 

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  • February Tiger PRIDE Champions

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 2/15/2022 7:25:00 PM

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    Lebanon High School—Jazlyn Gramlin

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Jazlyn is an exceptional student-athlete at LHS, and she exemplifies all aspects of PRIDE as part of her true character and integrity. While Jazlyn stays busy year-round, the winter months are extra busy as she is a very important member of the cheerleading team and girls' wrestling. Jazlyn recently finished as the state runner up at the Girls Wrestling State Tournament, and has been a key member of our very successful girls wrestling program. More importantly, she does all this in a first-class manner. While coming so close to winning a state championship medal is surely disheartening, Jazlyn was a model of sportsmanship and Tiger PRIDE as she interacted with her opponent and other participants after the championship match. Her actions, even during adversity, show her true character, and our community is better because of Jazlyn's representation of Lebanon High School. It is important to note that Jazlyn is just as committed to PRIDE when the lights are not on and a crowd is not present. Recently there have been two reports of Jazlyn completing special acts of kindness, that, while not public, are definitely noticed. Others witnessed Jazlyn making a point to be welcoming, respectful, and provide true friendship to a student in need at LHS when the student needed noticed the most. During the same time frame, another student had a medical emergency with an extremely bad nose bleed. Jazlyn was a calming influence throughout the situation, summoned help from the nurse, then quickly returned to the student and provided needed assistance until the nurse was able to take over. In all that she does, Jazlyn embodies the ideals of PRIDE as a true servant leader in our school and community. Congratulations Jazlyn for exemplifying what it means to be a Tiger Pride Champion. 

     

    Lebanon High School—Alex Juarez

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Alex is a tremendous young man who exemplifies what it means to serve others. President Kennedy must have had Alex Juarez in mind when he said in his inaugural address, "ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country". Alex has fulfilled this message as he has genuinely served many people at Lebanon High School without ever asking “what are you going to do for me”. He thrives in the roles he has played as a football manager, cameraman and game commentator for Lebanon basketball.  You will often see Alex walking to and from school or school related activities because it is important for him to be part of the Lebanon team.  Alex loves sports, and he truly loves being a Lebanon Tiger. He is a friend to all, and models all aspects of PRIDE. While he often supports others behind the scenes, he continually asks himself what can I do for my school and community, not what others are doing for me. Alex works hard in the classroom as a dedicated student, and he selflessly gives his time to make the lives of those around him better. Alex has a friendly, cheerful, and fun-loving personality, and his smile lights up the room. Lebanon High School is a better place because of Alex Juarez and he will be missed when he graduates this May. It is an honor to recognize Alex Juarez as a Tiger PRIDE Champion for LHS.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Alejandro Bernal-Santos

    Nominated by LMS Bulldog Team

    Alex is a very conscientious person that works hard to achieve any goal set before him. He consistently strives for excellence, not only in himself but those he works with. Alex's character and strengths embody all that PRIDE stands for in producing strong leaders for the future. He is very motivated to excel and achieve success in all that he does.  LMS is proud to celebrate Alejandro as a Tiger PRIDE Champion.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Chase Rubi

    Nominated by LMS Swag Team

    Chase is a leader in both the classroom and on the athletic field. He is often asked to help other students in class who are struggling or need help. Teachers can always rely on Chase to set the example for other students and substitutes can rely on him to assist when needed. Chase leads by example academically by completing all his work and doing well in his homework, tests, and other classroom activities. He has been consistent with his effort and attitude, which makes him stand out as the year has progressed. Chase is well liked and respected by his peers and teachers as he is very personable.  Congratulations Chase, keep displaying PRIDE in all that you do! 

     

    Central—Gabe Jones

    Nominated by Diana Shirley, Kim Lahrman, Keanna Stamm

    Gabe has worked very hard this year to become the person he wants to be. He is consistent in his efforts throughout each day. Gabe is sure to check that the work he turns in is his best effort.  Gabe loves learning and participating in classroom discussions, small group discussions and partner work. He doesn’t want the teacher to tell him the answer, he takes the initiative to figure it out on his own!  Above all, Gabe is dependable. He in the Central Student Lighthouse Team and is a valued member of each action team he helps.  Gabe comes to school early for meetings and manages his school work load to enable him to use school time to help his teams. He truly lives by his mission statement to work hard!  Gabe has persisted over the years and has shown such amazing growth this year!  Way to go Gabe, the Central staff is proud of the young man you have become!

     

    Harney—Isamar Rojas

    Nominated by Carol Parker

    Isamar consistently displays respect, responsibility, perseverance, and kindness to everyone around her!  She continually gives her best and works to complete all of her work. Isamar gets along well with others. She is self-disciplined, motivated, and honest. Isamar always has a smile on her face and a kind word for a friend. Isamar, your classmates and teachers at Harney are proud of you!  Isamar is a terrific Tiger Cub and a wonderful example of a Tiger PRIDE Champion!

     

    Hattie B. Stokes—Zoie Alexander

    Nominated by Pam Howe

    Zoie is an exceptional leader. She is always willing to help others and is a fabulous role model by using her lifelines of integrity, responsibility, and perseverance. Zoie takes pride in her academics and works hard to learn as much as she can about all subjects. Zoie is the type of student who takes every opportunity given to her and then works hard to excel.  There are several qualities that make Zoie a true Tiger PRIDE Champion!  It is an honor to have Zoie represent Hattie B. Stokes as our Tiger PRIDE Champion!

     

    Perry-Worth—Bella Dawson

    Nominated by Kaley Hendrickson

    Bella is a dependable and reliable student and friend.  She follows directions effectively, and follows through on her commitments to herself and others. Bella consistently works well with classmates and often takes a leadership role within our class.  She shows a positive attitude daily, and she is a dependable friend. As a 5th grade student, Bella is responsible and makes sure her work is done and done well.  Perry-Worth is a better place because of Bella Dawson!  We are proud of you!

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  • December Student Tiger PRIDE Champions

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 12/14/2021 7:30:00 PM

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    Lebanon High School—Grace-Ann Flanagan

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    LHS is very proud to recognize Grace-Ann Flanagan as a LCSC Tiger Pride Champion. Grace-Ann is an ideal representative of this honor as she exhibits all aspects of PRIDE at a high level on a consistent basis. She is a high achieving student at LHS earning an unweighted GPA of a 4.04 to date, but she is so much more than a straight A student. Grace-Ann is a young lady of impeccable character that always treats others with the utmost respect. It is impressive and affirming to see Grace-Ann interact with students and visitors at LHS as an office assistant. She is always kind, welcoming, friendly, and compassionate. She is highly respected by the office staff for always being willing to lend a helping hand. She even volunteered to stay in the office during her Homeroom time to answer phones, read the PA announcements, and to help others as needed. She is also very highly respected at her internship site, The Lady Bug, where she is learning numerous business skills. She has taken on a great deal of responsibility and her excellent work has been recognized and appreciated. Grace-Ann is a very accomplished student and is equally committed to being an incredible person.

               

    Lebanon High School—Max Williams

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    The staff at LHS is very proud to recognize Max Williams as an LCSC Tiger Pride Champion. Max exemplifies all aspects of PRIDE in all that he does as a student-athlete and servant leader at LHS. Max has many special gifts athletically and academically, but his most impressive gift is his genuine willingness to be a positive influence to everyone that he encounters. He is quick to reach out with a smile and a welcoming hello. Max excels as an athlete as evidenced by his division 1 offers for Football and as a student as evidenced by ranking in the top 10 of the senior class.  Max is a person of great character and earns respect through his genuine persona.  Max is highly regarded at his internship site at RL Turner in Zionsville. The staff value his opinion and respect Max a great deal.  Recently even invited Max to participate in their Eat the Frog Leadership series. While Max has many noticeable gifts, he excels in all that he does due to the emotional quotient that he consistently exhibits that is beyond his years.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Callie Bruder

    Nominated by LMS SWAG Team

    It is with great pleasure, that the SWAG team nominates Callie Bruder for LCSC's Tiger Pride Champion. Callie represents PRIDE in many aspects. She is always respectful to teachers, staff, and her fellow classmates. Callie continually shows persistence, dependability and initiative in the classroom. An example of persistence and initiative is when she had to stay home and learn virtually for a period of time. Callie never missed a beat, did all of her assignments on time, and came back to school fully prepared to take any tests/quizzes she missed. Callie strives to be the best student she can be, which is reflected in her grades. In class, Callie demonstrates dependability and initiative by seeking out ways to help in the class. This can be in the form of running errands and helping out the staff. Callie is also part of our PRIDE/Tiger Leadership seminar. Callie demonstrates PRIDE in all she does and serves as a role model for others.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Liliana Gonzalez

    Nominated by LMS Bulldog Team       

    Liliana embodies a special enthusiasm and eagerness to learn in all subject areas.  Not only is she committed to being a passionate learner, Lili makes the classroom a brighter place by being respectful to her peers and teachers.  She works hard to achieve any goal set before her and strives for excellence not only in herself but also her peers.  Lilli is very motivated to excel and achieve success.  We are excited to watch Lilli continue to grow as a student and leader as she begins at LHS next fall!  The sky is truly the limit for Lili Gonzalez!

     

    Central—Claire Wilhoite

    Nominated by Diana Shirley, Kim Lahrman, Keanna Stamm

    Claire is a leader who constantly displays all of the characteristics of Tiger PRIDE, as well as the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. She is a well- rounded student. Academically she excels and works hard to earn honor roll each nine weeks, while participating in several extracurricular activities like swimming, Black Box Theater, and also volunteering in the toddler class at church. Everyone around Claire knows they can count on her. Claire has the initiative and drive to do anything she sets her mind to do.  When Claire sees what needs done, she does it without being told.  She is extremely organized and a proactive student.  The Central family is proud to recognize Claire for being a true Tiger PRIDE Champion.

     

    Harney—Kerigan Huntsinger

    Nominated by Debbie Boggess

    Kerigan is new to Lebanon schools this year, but you would never know it because she fits right in. She has many friends as a result of the respect and kindness she shows from the minute she walks into the classroom every morning. She is a natural leader and is always willing to help her classmates and teacher when needed. Kerigan is academically ready to take on new tasks and learn difficult material when it is presented to her. We are lucky to have Kerigan as part of our LCSC and Harney family.

     

    Hattie B. Stokes—Kayden Perkins

    Nominated by Madison Malec   

    Kayden is the perfect model for what a Tiger PRIDE Champion must encompass. He can successfully persevere through any challenge thrown at him. He comes to school each day with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn. He is a strong leader amongst his peers, serving as both a natural leader in his demeanor and an ambassador. He is constantly helping his peers and going above and beyond what is expected of him. His consistent respect, dependability, and attitude make him the perfect representative of a Tiger PRIDE Champion.

     

    Perry-Worth—Sloan Stevens

    Nominated by Kurt Waywood

    Sloan displays persistence by never being afraid to stand up and ask questions in order to solve challenges.  As a student she shows initiative in helping out her fellow students and consistently represents Perry-Worth well.  She is the first person to reach out to a classmate in need, to invite a peer to a group or to sit down and talk with a student when they are having a bad day.  Sloan also manages to balance her life after school with her homework responsibilities and turns in all assignments on time.  Mr. Waywood shared that he can always rely on Sloan being at the right place at the right time.  Sloan brings smiles to every room she enters and is respectful of those around her. Faced with adversity, she always tries to look on the bright side of things.  Perry-Worth is proud to celebrate Sloan Stevens!

     

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  • Jada Folden, Central Elementary

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 11/16/2021

     

     

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    Jada comes to Central everyday prepared and excited to work with students. She has established positive and caring relationships with students and staff, and is always willing to step in and help where needed. Jada is currently in school to become an educator and she utilizes the best practices she is learning in school with ALL students she works with. When Jada is asked to fill in and disrupt her schedule last minute, she does so with enthusiasm. She collaborates with teachers and administration to ensure her decisions are always student centered. We are lucky and honored to have Jada at Central and look forward to watching her continue to grow in her educational career.

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  • October Student Tiger PRIDE Champions

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 10/19/2021 7:25:00 PM

     

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    Lebanon High School—Lilly Mrozinski

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Lilly consistently exemplifies all aspects of PRIDE, and while she has always been an exceptional student, Lilly has blossomed as a senior not just raising her achievement academically from an already impressive level, but more importantly, she has made an impressive commitment to her personal growth. It has been a joy to watch the resilience Lilly has shown through her high school journey, and she has earned the recognition of being a Tiger Pride Champion. Her smile and friendly hello are an endearing quality that bring much joy and appreciation to others. Her commitment to PRIDE will ensure much future success for Lilly. Congratulations Lilly, the LHS Staff is very proud of you.

     

    Lebanon High School—Gage Miller

    Nominated by LHS Staff

    Gage is an actively involved student-athlete who puts forth his best effort as a student and athlete. As a senior, he is doing his best work and his efforts are very evident in the classroom and on the football field. While Gage consistently exhibits all aspects of PRIDE at a very high level, he has excelled in the area of Persistence and Respect. It has been impressive to observe Gage demonstrate his true character and servant leadership. While he is a standout player on the Varsity Football team, he stays after the game to clean up the sideline for no other reason than it is the right thing to do. The staff at LHS is very proud of Gage, and it has been a genuine pleasure observing Gage's success as a student, football player, and most importantly, as a young man of great heart, integrity, and character. Thank you Gage for consistently displaying your commitment to the ideals of PRIDE.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Luke Dunshee

    Nominated by LMS SWAG Team

    Luke demonstrates PRIDE is many aspects of his life, both in the classroom and on the football field. Luke is part of our PBIS/Leadership group. He is first to volunteer to help with various tasks assigned such as handing out locker badges or other forms of recognition to the student body. Luke demonstrates initiative by seeking out work when he has completed his class work. Often times he will come down to finish tasks started in during seminar. Luke continually demonstrates persistence and dependability in the classroom by working hard and striving to be the best student he can be. Luke is not only a leader in the classroom but also on the football field.  According to his coach, as the quarterback, Luke is the leader of the team. His confidence in his skills as quarterback as well as a leader on the field have grown immensely since the start of the season.

     

    Lebanon Middle School—Mei Kurihara

    Nominated by LMS Bulldog Team

    Mei is a conscientious student that has the qualities that all students should strive to embody!  She’s hard working, focused, engaged, polite, and always takes ownership to be the best person she can possibly be.  Additionally, Mei stands out because of the consistent initiative she takes in class.  If there is a task to be done or a question to be asked, Mei won’t hesitate to move forward.  Mei is a quality example of how respectfulness should look with her peers and teachers.  She strives for excellence not only in herself but also those she works with.  Congratulations Mei!

     

    Central—Kenton Shouse

    Nominated by Kim Lahrman and Diana Shirley

    Kenton is one individual who comes to school prepared for whatever the day may bring. Kenton takes pride in his work and puts his full effort into creating a masterpiece, whether he is writing an essay or playing a song on his ukulele. Kenton listens to his classmates, digests the information and responds reflectively. He considers other people’s wins as well as his own when helping his teams stay focused on their goals. Kenton is a huge help when tracking our school-wide goals. He truly lives by this part of his mission statement: I will be a kind and respectful person.

     

    Harney—Crysta Summers

    Nominated by Kirklyn Walker

    Crysta brings a quiet light to each situation that she is in. She exudes PRIDE by persisting through life's challenges with a grateful heart and empathetic consideration of where other people are coming from or the internal challenges they may be dealing with. Crysta is recognized by numerous staff members as a student who extends kindness and respect toward her peers and adults. Crysta's initiative and dependability go hand-in-hand, as she can consistently be counted on to step up when she recognizes the need. Above all else, Crysta thinks of others. She is able to consistently show thoughtful consideration to the people around her while at the same time exceeding all expectations for personal, social, and academic growth.

     

    Hattie B. Stokes—Brea Koerner

    Nominated by Morgan Griggs

    Brea is always trying to be her best self and is always working hard to improve herself in all subjects. When she sees that she needs to improve on something, she will work hard to make sure that she gets better! Her persistence is astounding. Brea is respectful and helpful to all peers and teachers while constantly showing her manners. She shows initiative to get things done and to be prepared for the day. We can depend on her daily for the normal tasks but to also be a role model for the classroom. Brea always goes above and beyond. She is a true friend to many in our classroom and in 5th grade. We are very proud of Brea and who she is today and look forward to hearing all of her many accomplishments in the coming years!

     

    Perry-Worth—Keagan Plows

    Nominated by Kaley Hendrickson

    Keagan consistently shows all 5 PRIDE characteristics. He shows up every morning ready to work and to do his best on every single assignment. Keagan is respected by his peers and works well with everyone in class. He respects his teachers and shows them that respect every day. He is responsible and makes sure all his work gets done without having to be reminded. Keagan is a pleasure to have in class.

     

     

     

     

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  • Phyllis Leach, Central Elementary

    Posted by Kristen Scott on 7/20/2021 7:15:00 PM

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    Phyllis Leach serves Central Elementary with PRIDE, and no doubt demonstrates all of the characteristics of a Tiger PRIDE Champion. After serving as a professional elementary educator in Indianapolis Public Schools for over 32 years, Ms. Leach brings a wealth of experience to her role as school secretary. Her ability to serve others with natural ease helps the front office daily operations run smoothly and efficiently. The Central staff can always depend on Ms. Leach to be proactive in taking initiative to deal with unexpected issues, and work collaboratively and respectfully with students, parents, teachers and staff. Managing all the little details every day of the week for the Central Team is a true strength.  Congratulations Phyllis, thank you for displaying Tiger PRIDE in all that you do!

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