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Welcome to Randolph Southern Jr. Sr. High School! We are pleased that you are visiting our website and hope that you find it both informative and easy to navigate.

The teachers and staff of Randolph Southern are committed to providing educational opportunities that prepare students for life after high school. Whether students enter post-secondary education or go directly into a career, they will have the background and education necessary for success. Students are afforded a variety of course options that offer opportunities to earn vocational certification and/or college credit.

Jr. High students are given opportunities to take a variety of exploratory courses to give them as much exposure as possible to what is available and to guide them toward a pathway during their high school years.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the school office for more information. It is an honor and privilege to serve the students, parents, staff and community of the Randolph Southern School Corporation.

Educationally yours,
High School Administration

#2 Rebel Drive
Lynn, IN 47355
765-874-2541
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Students of the Month

March Students of the Month

Ally Saylor has been selected as the March Randolph Southern senior student of the month. Ally is an excellent student athlete who has challenged herself academically through AP and ACP courses while maintaining a high GPA. She has been an integral part of the successful varsity Lady Rebel basketball team for four years fighting back from a season ending injury her sophomore year. After graduation Ally plans to attend Indiana University to study dietetics. She is destined to be a successful college student as well as a positive role model for others.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Chelsey McClish has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month. Chelsey is an intelligent and dedicated student with a quick wit. It is a pleasure to see what insight she will bring to class each day! In her free time, Chelsey enjoys activities like riding 4-wheelers. Chelsey plans to attend university and pursue a career in obstetrics; perhaps as an ultrasound technician. Pregnancy and childbirth interest her. It is wonderful to have her in class and I wish her the best of luck in all of her future endeavors!
Selected by Ms. Stegman-Frey

It is with great confidence that I honor Melissa Kinney as the student of the month for March for her effort in all of her classes, and her kindness and compassion towards others. Melissa enjoys singing in the school choir, and works very hard to help with her younger brother whenever her help is needed. Melissa has shown great improvement over the course of this school year, especially during the third nine weeks.
Selected by Mr. Garret Gleckler

Mr. Fish has chosen Breanna Harrison as freshman student of the month. Breanna is a hard working student and athlete. She is a member of the volleyball, basketball and softball teams where she strives in each to always get better. She is an outstanding student who shows up for class everyday ready and eager to learn. I believe that Breanna has a bright future ahead in everything she attempts. Breanna always has a smile on her face and is a joy to have in class. Good luck in all of your future endeavors, Breanna.
Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

Ross Greenwell is Mr. Pike’s 8th grade student of the month at Randolph Southern. Ross has been a great asset to the music department and is an excellent drummer and guitar player. In addition to rocking out on his instruments, he has taken a larger leadership role with the band and takes the time to inspire and lead the younger musicians in the program. His hobbies are practicing music and songwriting. He plans to attend Purdue to study electrical engineering and aspires to become a professional musician after high school. Ross is a pleasure to have in class and I couldn’t be more excited to witness his continued development as a person and musician. Keep up the great work, Ross!
Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

Hagan Gambrel is the Randolph Southern seventh grade student of the month for March. Hagan is a hard working student who is always willing to help his classmates. He is very active outside of school. He is part of the cross country, basketball, and track teams. Hagan enjoys skateboarding in his free time. He plans to go to college after high school and hopes to play professional baseball after college.
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

February Students of the Month

Makenzie Phenis has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Senior student of the month. Makenzie is very involved in many activities at Randolph Southern. Currently she is the president of student council, senior class officer, and has been involved in cross country and track. Makenzie is also a valuable member of the State qualifying Social Studies Academic team. The team participated at the state level last year and is hoping to repeat again this year. I want to wish her good luck as she travels to Ball State University next year.
Selected by Tammy Clements

Zenita Meek is the Randolph Southern Junior student of the month. Zenita has steadily improved her academic performance in chemistry class this year. Zenita is a member of the volleyball team and the SADD club. She is also an ardent supporter of the spirit club. She is also part of the ever busy junior prom committee. Zenita also balances all of this while working at Cracker Barrel. Keep up the good work Zenita.
Selected by John Lash

Shelby Jeffers has been selected Randolph Southern’s February Sophomore student of the month. Shelby is studious and athletic. She is a blast to have in class and always puts forth her best effort. She also is willing to help her fellow students or teachers whenever she is asked to. Shelby never has a problem rising to any challenge given to her and her comical wit is great to have in class. Shelby is thinking of pursuing some type of business degree after graduation. Good luck in your future endeavors Shelby.
Selected by Mr. Curt Deckard

Leann Wigginton has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Freshman student of the month. Leann is a model student-athlete who is active in basketball and volleyball while maintaining a high level of academic work. She also participates in the school student council. Leann is a great student to have in class, as she is never afraid to ask questions or to help out a fellow peer. The future looks bright for Leann, both on and off the court. Keep up the great work!
Selected by Mr. Brad Moore

Jake Mifsud has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Eighth grade student of the month. Jake has improved his work ethic over the course of this year immensely. He participates in class and tries his best on his work. He enjoys his math class the most. Jake likes to play sports in his free time and when he gets older would like to continue with a career in sports or work in the medical field as a surgeon or surgeon's assistant. Keep up the great work Jake! Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Kelton Garber is the Randolph Southern Seventh Grader of the month. Kelton has shown willingness to commit to his art work. Through perseverance, Kelton has grown in his ability to make; I look forward to seeing Kelton develop in his art making over the forthcoming years. Kelton spends his spare time “having fun” when not working hard for his father. When Kelton graduates from high school he intends to buy an old USPS step van and make it his truck. Selected by Justin Walker

January Students of the Month

Jonathan Williams is Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month. Jonathan is a dedicated member of the music department and has been active in the drumline, pep band, and concert band for 8 years. He marched last summer with the state-runner up Force of Winchester. He is always willing to go the extra mile to help the music department be successful and has been spending extra time working with younger students and organizing the band room. He is also a part of the math academic team. Jonathan plans to attend Anderson University or Ball State to pursue a career in digital media production. Jonathan is an awesome student and has a great future. Keep up the greatwork, Jonathan!
Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

Katlynn House is Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month. Katlynn is a vivacious and diligent student who is always striving to understand material and help others in class. She is always rising to the challenge whether in classes at school or participating in her favorite sport or FFA. Katlynn enjoys her active lifestyle as a 3 sport athlete. She also finds time to participate in FFA activities and tend to her livestock. Although Purdue boils in her blood, she hopes to stay local for University. Her intended career goals are to be a nuclear medicine technician so she can continue to help people in her life
Selected by Mrs. Kristie Rayburn

Gage Ison has been selected as the sophomore student of the month. Gage is a great student who is always willing to approach any new project with a can do attitude. He is a huge asset to the sixth hour Graphic Imaging class. Gage has showed a lot of commitment and discipline as a varsity wrestler this season. Gage is also an important member of the Randolph Southern archery team that went to worlds last year. It is an honor to be both Gage’s teacher and wrestling coach!!
Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

Heidi Holderbaum is Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. She is intelligent,artistic, and insightful. Heidi has been a wonderful student to have in Spanish 1 this year. Heidi is a conscientious student and her work reflects this. Heidi has many interests; among them is an interest in travelling as well as reading. Like most freshmen, Heidi has yet to decide on a career or a university. Whatever she decides, her work ethic and drive will help her succeed.
Selected by Ms. Katherine Stegman-Frey

Emma Donham has been chosen as the eighth grade student of the month for Randolph Southern. While she is not busy keeping her grades up, she likes to ride 4 wheelers and to do things with her cows, including showing them in 4H. Emma works hard in her classes, setting her on a great path to becoming the awesome veterinarian she wishes to be.
Selected by Ms. Wanda Eley

Emma Finch has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month. Emma is an intelligent, inquisitive young lady with an intense drive to not only maximize her own achievement, but also attempts to ensure that her fellow classmates are doing their best to reach their highest potential. Emma is a flyer for the junior high cheerleading squad. After high school, Emma wishes to attend Indiana University (Bloomington) to pursue a career in nursing. Keep up the great work, Emma.
Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

November Students of the Month

Ike Dalzell has been chosen as the Randolph Southern senior of the month. Ike helps out in our ELC room, the library, and participates in recycling for our entire building. Ike has shown a great deal of maturity and responsibility this year. He is a friend to everyone who is a friend to him.
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Kyle Allen has been chosen as the Randolph Southern junior of the month. Kyle is a kind-hearted goofball whose personality lights up a room. There is never a dull moment when you are around Kyle, and you never know when he is going to breakout the dance moves. Recently Kyle volunteered to give up his study hall to be a "Shark" for the Sports Marketing Class's Shark Tank Project. Kyle's future plans are to move to Canada and become a chef.
Selected by Miss Lauren Day

Colton Fisher has been selected as Randolph Southern's sophomore student of the month. In the classroom Colton is a diligent, friendly, and spirited student. He has a strong work ethic and humorous personality that will take him far as he continues his schooling and being active in sports and other extracurricular activities. After high school Colton hopes to play college baseball while studying criminal justice.
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Emma Slick has been selected as Randolph Southern's freshman student of the Month for November. Emma is the epitome of hard work. She sets goals and pursues them with intensity. In the classroom, she strives to complete her tasks competently. As a basketball player, Emma's enthusiasm and determination make her a force to be reckoned with. She was also blessed with a great personality. She has demonstrated dedication and commitment through the work she puts into showing sheep. Emma is an amazing student, and Randolph Southern is lucky to call her a Rebel.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Bishop McDavid has been chosen as Randolph Southern's eighth grade student of the month. Bishop is full of energy and a joy to have in class. He loves to talk to others and make people smile. He has been working hard in class and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Bishop can be seen showing his school spirit while supporting Southern athletics and clubs. In his spare time, Bishop enjoys drawing, playing soccer and playing video games.
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Kira Kemplen has been chosen as Randolph Southern's seventh grade student of the month. Kira is a quiet, hardworking student who does well in all of her classes. She is friendly and always willing to help her fellow classmates when asked for assistance. Outside of the classroom, Kira enjoys drawing, reading, and watching videos. Though she hasn't determined which college she will attend in the future, Kira has a devinite career goal of becoming a professional artist.
Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy.

October Students of the Month

Mary Parrett has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month. Mary is a very studious and hardworking young lady. Mary is very involved in all aspects of life at Randolph Southern. She is currently the Senior Class president, student council officer, captain of the Social Studies Academic team, and also involved in volleyball during this first semester of her senior year. Mary plans on attending IU East for business education.
Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

Derek Evens has been selected as Randolph Southern’s October student of the month. Derek is a junior and also a member of the Varsity Wrestling team. Derek is a great student in my Graphic Imaging class. He is very proficient and always eager to help his classmates. Derek’s work in my Graphic Imaging class is very impressive. He goes above and beyond what I ask him to do when given an assignment. He has a great personality, always walking around with a smile. I look forward to all the great things that lie ahead for him.
Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

Leah Keesling is Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month. Leah is a compassionate student with an excellent work ethic. Her personality and presence are a wonderful addition to the class. Not only does she strive to understand and master classwork, but she helps other students do the same. This desire to help others is a motivating factor in her future plans. While unsure about which career she would like to pursue, she wishes to be a responsible member of her community. In addition to schoolwork, Leah enjoys running, reading, writing and spending time with her family and friends.
Selected by Ms. Katherine Stegman-Frey

Isiah Peters is Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. Isiah is a vivacious and diligent student who is always striving to understand material and help others in class. He is always rising to the challenge whether in classes at school or participating in his favorite sport: basketball. Isiah also enjoys spending his free time hunting. After high school Isiah aspires to attend college and become a teacher, so that he can continue to help and influence students to achieve greatness.
Selected by Mrs. Kristie Rayburn

Ashlyn Longfellow has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month. Ashlyn is consistently striving to make each of her works not only her best work but pushes to raise that bar. Ashlyn explores options, seeking to conceptually expand beyond the requirements of the assignment resulting in a work that expresses individuality. She diligently seeks to achieve the best possible product through conscientious use of materials and consistent care for the art objects while providing useful, constructive criticism and encouragement for her classmates. Ashlyn intends to become a Navy Seal.
Selected by Mr. Justin Walker

Austin Martzell has been chosen as the seventh grade student of the month for Randolph Southern. Austin is a well-mannered, hardworking student who is often participating in math class and volunteering to answer questions or do examples on the board. He enjoys playing percussion in band, especially the snare drum. Austin loves to play outside in his spare time. He hopes to go to college and become a blood scientist.
Selected by Miss Wanda Eley

August Students of the Month

Caleb Tomey has been chosen as the RS senior student of the month. In the classroom Caleb actively participates in discussions, works hard on his school work, and possesses a cheerful and easy going disposition. Caleb keeps busy during each athletic season during the school year, running cross country and playing basketball and baseball. He continues to play sports during his free time and enjoys spending time with friends and family. After high school his goal is to attend college for Ag. business. Keep up the great work, Caleb and have an awesome senior year!
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

The RS junior student of the month is Madalyn Mikesell. Madalyn is not only an excellent student, but she is also a successful athlete. In the classroom, she is inquisitive, conscientious, friendly, and diligent. Volleyball, basketball, and tennis keep Madalyn busy each athletic season, and she spends summer months involved in 4-H showing pigs. As she works through her junior and senior years, many doors will open for her because of her strong work ethic. Southern is lucky to have students like Madalyn.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Evan Isenbarger has been chosen as the sophomore student of the month. Evan is a great student who is polite and respectful to those around him. He works hard on his school work and is not afraid to ask questions when he needs to. Evan is active in archery and track; he attended the world archery competition with the R.S. Archery Team this summer. He also enjoys hunting, fishing, and weightlifting. Evan is interested in studying performance engineering after high school.
Selected by Mr. Brad Moore

Emma Hall has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month. Emma is always willing to help out another student during class, and she encourages her classmates to get their work done. She is so full of energy, and there is never a dull moment in class. Emma wants to work at Sea World when she graduates from high school, because she wants to work with dolphins. Keep up the great work Emma!
Selected by Miss Lauren Day

Grace Watson is an enthusiastic junior high student who has been selected as RS eighth grade student of the month. Grace is a successful student who loves to read. She especially enjoyed the novel Fly Away by Kristin Hannah. Even though reading, studying, and playing basketball for RS keeps Grace pretty busy, she also finds time to show cattle. Grace plans to continue playing basketball at Randolph Southern and hopes to one day attend Ohio State University and major in physical therapy.
Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy

The R.S. seventh grade student of the month is Maddison Landreth. Maddison is a hard-working student that isn’t afraid to ask questions or step up and help a peer. She is a cheerleader for the school and shows goats in 4-H during the summer. When not busy with school, cheer, or 4-H, Maddison enjoys listening to music and drawing. She hopes to travel the world after high school. Maddison would like to either be a nurse practitioner or get a cosmetology license.
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt
  • Welcome to Randolph Southern Jr. Sr. High School! We are pleased that you are visiting our website and hope that you find it both informative and easy to navigate.

    The teachers and staff of Randolph Southern are committed to providing educational opportunities that prepare students for life after high school. Whether students enter post-secondary education or go directly into a career, they will have the background and education necessary for success. Students are afforded a variety of course options that offer opportunities to earn vocational certification and/or college credit.

    Jr. High students are given opportunities to take a variety of exploratory courses to give them as much exposure as possible to what is available and to guide them toward a pathway during their high school years.

    Please don’t hesitate to contact the school office for more information. It is an honor and privilege to serve the students, parents, staff and community of the Randolph Southern School Corporation.

    Educationally yours,
    High School Administration

    #2 Rebel Drive
    Lynn, IN 47355
    765-874-2541
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • March Students of the Month

    Ally Saylor has been selected as the March Randolph Southern senior student of the month. Ally is an excellent student athlete who has challenged herself academically through AP and ACP courses while maintaining a high GPA. She has been an integral part of the successful varsity Lady Rebel basketball team for four years fighting back from a season ending injury her sophomore year. After graduation Ally plans to attend Indiana University to study dietetics. She is destined to be a successful college student as well as a positive role model for others.
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Chelsey McClish has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month. Chelsey is an intelligent and dedicated student with a quick wit. It is a pleasure to see what insight she will bring to class each day! In her free time, Chelsey enjoys activities like riding 4-wheelers. Chelsey plans to attend university and pursue a career in obstetrics; perhaps as an ultrasound technician. Pregnancy and childbirth interest her. It is wonderful to have her in class and I wish her the best of luck in all of her future endeavors!
    Selected by Ms. Stegman-Frey

    It is with great confidence that I honor Melissa Kinney as the student of the month for March for her effort in all of her classes, and her kindness and compassion towards others. Melissa enjoys singing in the school choir, and works very hard to help with her younger brother whenever her help is needed. Melissa has shown great improvement over the course of this school year, especially during the third nine weeks.
    Selected by Mr. Garret Gleckler

    Mr. Fish has chosen Breanna Harrison as freshman student of the month. Breanna is a hard working student and athlete. She is a member of the volleyball, basketball and softball teams where she strives in each to always get better. She is an outstanding student who shows up for class everyday ready and eager to learn. I believe that Breanna has a bright future ahead in everything she attempts. Breanna always has a smile on her face and is a joy to have in class. Good luck in all of your future endeavors, Breanna.
    Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

    Ross Greenwell is Mr. Pike’s 8th grade student of the month at Randolph Southern. Ross has been a great asset to the music department and is an excellent drummer and guitar player. In addition to rocking out on his instruments, he has taken a larger leadership role with the band and takes the time to inspire and lead the younger musicians in the program. His hobbies are practicing music and songwriting. He plans to attend Purdue to study electrical engineering and aspires to become a professional musician after high school. Ross is a pleasure to have in class and I couldn’t be more excited to witness his continued development as a person and musician. Keep up the great work, Ross!
    Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

    Hagan Gambrel is the Randolph Southern seventh grade student of the month for March. Hagan is a hard working student who is always willing to help his classmates. He is very active outside of school. He is part of the cross country, basketball, and track teams. Hagan enjoys skateboarding in his free time. He plans to go to college after high school and hopes to play professional baseball after college.
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

    February Students of the Month

    Makenzie Phenis has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Senior student of the month. Makenzie is very involved in many activities at Randolph Southern. Currently she is the president of student council, senior class officer, and has been involved in cross country and track. Makenzie is also a valuable member of the State qualifying Social Studies Academic team. The team participated at the state level last year and is hoping to repeat again this year. I want to wish her good luck as she travels to Ball State University next year.
    Selected by Tammy Clements

    Zenita Meek is the Randolph Southern Junior student of the month. Zenita has steadily improved her academic performance in chemistry class this year. Zenita is a member of the volleyball team and the SADD club. She is also an ardent supporter of the spirit club. She is also part of the ever busy junior prom committee. Zenita also balances all of this while working at Cracker Barrel. Keep up the good work Zenita.
    Selected by John Lash

    Shelby Jeffers has been selected Randolph Southern’s February Sophomore student of the month. Shelby is studious and athletic. She is a blast to have in class and always puts forth her best effort. She also is willing to help her fellow students or teachers whenever she is asked to. Shelby never has a problem rising to any challenge given to her and her comical wit is great to have in class. Shelby is thinking of pursuing some type of business degree after graduation. Good luck in your future endeavors Shelby.
    Selected by Mr. Curt Deckard

    Leann Wigginton has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Freshman student of the month. Leann is a model student-athlete who is active in basketball and volleyball while maintaining a high level of academic work. She also participates in the school student council. Leann is a great student to have in class, as she is never afraid to ask questions or to help out a fellow peer. The future looks bright for Leann, both on and off the court. Keep up the great work!
    Selected by Mr. Brad Moore

    Jake Mifsud has been selected as Randolph Southern’s February Eighth grade student of the month. Jake has improved his work ethic over the course of this year immensely. He participates in class and tries his best on his work. He enjoys his math class the most. Jake likes to play sports in his free time and when he gets older would like to continue with a career in sports or work in the medical field as a surgeon or surgeon's assistant. Keep up the great work Jake! Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    Kelton Garber is the Randolph Southern Seventh Grader of the month. Kelton has shown willingness to commit to his art work. Through perseverance, Kelton has grown in his ability to make; I look forward to seeing Kelton develop in his art making over the forthcoming years. Kelton spends his spare time “having fun” when not working hard for his father. When Kelton graduates from high school he intends to buy an old USPS step van and make it his truck. Selected by Justin Walker

    January Students of the Month

    Jonathan Williams is Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month. Jonathan is a dedicated member of the music department and has been active in the drumline, pep band, and concert band for 8 years. He marched last summer with the state-runner up Force of Winchester. He is always willing to go the extra mile to help the music department be successful and has been spending extra time working with younger students and organizing the band room. He is also a part of the math academic team. Jonathan plans to attend Anderson University or Ball State to pursue a career in digital media production. Jonathan is an awesome student and has a great future. Keep up the greatwork, Jonathan!
    Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

    Katlynn House is Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month. Katlynn is a vivacious and diligent student who is always striving to understand material and help others in class. She is always rising to the challenge whether in classes at school or participating in her favorite sport or FFA. Katlynn enjoys her active lifestyle as a 3 sport athlete. She also finds time to participate in FFA activities and tend to her livestock. Although Purdue boils in her blood, she hopes to stay local for University. Her intended career goals are to be a nuclear medicine technician so she can continue to help people in her life
    Selected by Mrs. Kristie Rayburn

    Gage Ison has been selected as the sophomore student of the month. Gage is a great student who is always willing to approach any new project with a can do attitude. He is a huge asset to the sixth hour Graphic Imaging class. Gage has showed a lot of commitment and discipline as a varsity wrestler this season. Gage is also an important member of the Randolph Southern archery team that went to worlds last year. It is an honor to be both Gage’s teacher and wrestling coach!!
    Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

    Heidi Holderbaum is Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. She is intelligent,artistic, and insightful. Heidi has been a wonderful student to have in Spanish 1 this year. Heidi is a conscientious student and her work reflects this. Heidi has many interests; among them is an interest in travelling as well as reading. Like most freshmen, Heidi has yet to decide on a career or a university. Whatever she decides, her work ethic and drive will help her succeed.
    Selected by Ms. Katherine Stegman-Frey

    Emma Donham has been chosen as the eighth grade student of the month for Randolph Southern. While she is not busy keeping her grades up, she likes to ride 4 wheelers and to do things with her cows, including showing them in 4H. Emma works hard in her classes, setting her on a great path to becoming the awesome veterinarian she wishes to be.
    Selected by Ms. Wanda Eley

    Emma Finch has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month. Emma is an intelligent, inquisitive young lady with an intense drive to not only maximize her own achievement, but also attempts to ensure that her fellow classmates are doing their best to reach their highest potential. Emma is a flyer for the junior high cheerleading squad. After high school, Emma wishes to attend Indiana University (Bloomington) to pursue a career in nursing. Keep up the great work, Emma.
    Selected by Mr. Cody Spillers

    November Students of the Month

    Ike Dalzell has been chosen as the Randolph Southern senior of the month. Ike helps out in our ELC room, the library, and participates in recycling for our entire building. Ike has shown a great deal of maturity and responsibility this year. He is a friend to everyone who is a friend to him.
    Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

    Kyle Allen has been chosen as the Randolph Southern junior of the month. Kyle is a kind-hearted goofball whose personality lights up a room. There is never a dull moment when you are around Kyle, and you never know when he is going to breakout the dance moves. Recently Kyle volunteered to give up his study hall to be a "Shark" for the Sports Marketing Class's Shark Tank Project. Kyle's future plans are to move to Canada and become a chef.
    Selected by Miss Lauren Day

    Colton Fisher has been selected as Randolph Southern's sophomore student of the month. In the classroom Colton is a diligent, friendly, and spirited student. He has a strong work ethic and humorous personality that will take him far as he continues his schooling and being active in sports and other extracurricular activities. After high school Colton hopes to play college baseball while studying criminal justice.
    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    Emma Slick has been selected as Randolph Southern's freshman student of the Month for November. Emma is the epitome of hard work. She sets goals and pursues them with intensity. In the classroom, she strives to complete her tasks competently. As a basketball player, Emma's enthusiasm and determination make her a force to be reckoned with. She was also blessed with a great personality. She has demonstrated dedication and commitment through the work she puts into showing sheep. Emma is an amazing student, and Randolph Southern is lucky to call her a Rebel.
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Bishop McDavid has been chosen as Randolph Southern's eighth grade student of the month. Bishop is full of energy and a joy to have in class. He loves to talk to others and make people smile. He has been working hard in class and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Bishop can be seen showing his school spirit while supporting Southern athletics and clubs. In his spare time, Bishop enjoys drawing, playing soccer and playing video games.
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

    Kira Kemplen has been chosen as Randolph Southern's seventh grade student of the month. Kira is a quiet, hardworking student who does well in all of her classes. She is friendly and always willing to help her fellow classmates when asked for assistance. Outside of the classroom, Kira enjoys drawing, reading, and watching videos. Though she hasn't determined which college she will attend in the future, Kira has a devinite career goal of becoming a professional artist.
    Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy.

    October Students of the Month

    Mary Parrett has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month. Mary is a very studious and hardworking young lady. Mary is very involved in all aspects of life at Randolph Southern. She is currently the Senior Class president, student council officer, captain of the Social Studies Academic team, and also involved in volleyball during this first semester of her senior year. Mary plans on attending IU East for business education.
    Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

    Derek Evens has been selected as Randolph Southern’s October student of the month. Derek is a junior and also a member of the Varsity Wrestling team. Derek is a great student in my Graphic Imaging class. He is very proficient and always eager to help his classmates. Derek’s work in my Graphic Imaging class is very impressive. He goes above and beyond what I ask him to do when given an assignment. He has a great personality, always walking around with a smile. I look forward to all the great things that lie ahead for him.
    Selected by Mr. Billy Fish

    Leah Keesling is Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month. Leah is a compassionate student with an excellent work ethic. Her personality and presence are a wonderful addition to the class. Not only does she strive to understand and master classwork, but she helps other students do the same. This desire to help others is a motivating factor in her future plans. While unsure about which career she would like to pursue, she wishes to be a responsible member of her community. In addition to schoolwork, Leah enjoys running, reading, writing and spending time with her family and friends.
    Selected by Ms. Katherine Stegman-Frey

    Isiah Peters is Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. Isiah is a vivacious and diligent student who is always striving to understand material and help others in class. He is always rising to the challenge whether in classes at school or participating in his favorite sport: basketball. Isiah also enjoys spending his free time hunting. After high school Isiah aspires to attend college and become a teacher, so that he can continue to help and influence students to achieve greatness.
    Selected by Mrs. Kristie Rayburn

    Ashlyn Longfellow has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month. Ashlyn is consistently striving to make each of her works not only her best work but pushes to raise that bar. Ashlyn explores options, seeking to conceptually expand beyond the requirements of the assignment resulting in a work that expresses individuality. She diligently seeks to achieve the best possible product through conscientious use of materials and consistent care for the art objects while providing useful, constructive criticism and encouragement for her classmates. Ashlyn intends to become a Navy Seal.
    Selected by Mr. Justin Walker

    Austin Martzell has been chosen as the seventh grade student of the month for Randolph Southern. Austin is a well-mannered, hardworking student who is often participating in math class and volunteering to answer questions or do examples on the board. He enjoys playing percussion in band, especially the snare drum. Austin loves to play outside in his spare time. He hopes to go to college and become a blood scientist.
    Selected by Miss Wanda Eley

    August Students of the Month

    Caleb Tomey has been chosen as the RS senior student of the month. In the classroom Caleb actively participates in discussions, works hard on his school work, and possesses a cheerful and easy going disposition. Caleb keeps busy during each athletic season during the school year, running cross country and playing basketball and baseball. He continues to play sports during his free time and enjoys spending time with friends and family. After high school his goal is to attend college for Ag. business. Keep up the great work, Caleb and have an awesome senior year!
    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

    The RS junior student of the month is Madalyn Mikesell. Madalyn is not only an excellent student, but she is also a successful athlete. In the classroom, she is inquisitive, conscientious, friendly, and diligent. Volleyball, basketball, and tennis keep Madalyn busy each athletic season, and she spends summer months involved in 4-H showing pigs. As she works through her junior and senior years, many doors will open for her because of her strong work ethic. Southern is lucky to have students like Madalyn.
    Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

    Evan Isenbarger has been chosen as the sophomore student of the month. Evan is a great student who is polite and respectful to those around him. He works hard on his school work and is not afraid to ask questions when he needs to. Evan is active in archery and track; he attended the world archery competition with the R.S. Archery Team this summer. He also enjoys hunting, fishing, and weightlifting. Evan is interested in studying performance engineering after high school.
    Selected by Mr. Brad Moore

    Emma Hall has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month. Emma is always willing to help out another student during class, and she encourages her classmates to get their work done. She is so full of energy, and there is never a dull moment in class. Emma wants to work at Sea World when she graduates from high school, because she wants to work with dolphins. Keep up the great work Emma!
    Selected by Miss Lauren Day

    Grace Watson is an enthusiastic junior high student who has been selected as RS eighth grade student of the month. Grace is a successful student who loves to read. She especially enjoyed the novel Fly Away by Kristin Hannah. Even though reading, studying, and playing basketball for RS keeps Grace pretty busy, she also finds time to show cattle. Grace plans to continue playing basketball at Randolph Southern and hopes to one day attend Ohio State University and major in physical therapy.
    Selected by Mrs. Marlene Reedy

    The R.S. seventh grade student of the month is Maddison Landreth. Maddison is a hard-working student that isn’t afraid to ask questions or step up and help a peer. She is a cheerleader for the school and shows goats in 4-H during the summer. When not busy with school, cheer, or 4-H, Maddison enjoys listening to music and drawing. She hopes to travel the world after high school. Maddison would like to either be a nurse practitioner or get a cosmetology license.
    Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

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