Board celebrates January Students of the Month

The Governing Board honored five outstanding Mesa Public Schools students at the Jan. 12 board meeting. Students from Mountain View High School, and Falcon Hill, Lindbergh, Robson and Whitman elementary schools have been named January Students of the Month.

Odalis Lopez Sally ErbeThe Mesa Public Schools Student of the Month program gives the district the opportunity to celebrate success. 

Each month during the school year, students from elementary, junior high and high schools throughout the district are selected to receive the award. Honorees are recognized for quality of character and excellence in leadership, academics, arts, athletics and more.

Students of the Month win plaques and other prizes

Brady Dickson, sixth grade, Robson Elementary
Sofia Daniela Gonzalez Flores, sixth grade, Whitman Elementary
Odalis Lopez, sixth grade, Lindbergh Elementary
Seyed Tohid Rajaei Moosavy, senior, Mountain View High School
Savanna Torgerson, sixth grade, Falcon Hill Elementary

Board meetings come alive as families, friends, principals and teachers join district officials to honor Students of the Month. As videos show students in their daily school lives, their principals or other school representatives read thoughtful tributes aloud. Students take home special plaques and professional-quality portraits, provided by Mesa Public Schools. Winners also receive gift cards from the Mesa Foundation for Educational Excellence. Every presentation ends in proud handshakes, hugs and roaring applause from the crowd.

High expectations result in high student achievement

Student of the Month portraits hang on walls of honor in the Board Room and in the lobby of the Administrative Services Center. These smiling faces remind everyone who stops by that Students of the Month are shining examples of how high expectations pay off for the children of Mesa Public Schools.

Pictured: Odalis Lopez, a sixth-grader at Lindbergh Elementary, is congratulated by her principal, Sally Erbe. (Photo by Tim Hacker/Mesa Public Schools)

 

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