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February Students of the Month

Loren Garber has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month. Loren is incredibly hard working and is great at following directions. He also has a great sense of humor which catches me off guard every once in a while. In his free time, Loren likes to fish, woodcarve, and work. I am excited to see what the future holds for Loren and wish him the best!
Selected by Mr. Miller

Cheyenne Conner is Randolph Southern’s 8th grade student of the month.  Cheyenne is always prepared for any challenge that is presented to her. She will approach even difficult material with a positive attitude and determination.  She has a smile on her face and a kind word for others. She is always helpful to staff and her classmates. Her determination and positivity will take her far as she enters high school.  
Selected by Mrs. Tracy Chambers

MacKenzie Setser is Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. Mackenzie comes to class each day ready to take on the tasks assigned to her. She is an excellent student who enjoys helping other students learn. She is kind and patient, traits that give her the ability to help others. Mackenzie expresses herself well through her writing, and she is a strong reader. She is also an important member of the Randolph Southern concert band. It has been a pleasure getting to know Mackenzie this year.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Jacob Good has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month. Jacob is friendly to everyone, seems to know everyone, and is helpful to those around him. Jacob plays tennis, and belongs to FCA. Jacob works well independently with his PLATO class. He is keeping up on his own and has never even asked questions or for help. Jacob is really not sure what he wants to do after high school and whether or not that will lead him to go to college or not.
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Quaid Ison has been chosen as the junior student of the month for the month of February.  Quaid tackled the task of taking AP Chemistry as a junior. Thus far, he has done quite well.  This speaks volumes of his aptitude and willingness as a student. He shows up, does what needs to be done, and moves on.  Quaid is also a member of the Randolph Southern archery team and a section leader in the pep band. Keep up the good work, Quaid.      
Selected by Mr. John Lash

Cole Barker
has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month.
Cole is a first year member of Southern’s Academic team and has done a great job so far this year. Cole is also a leader in his class and in student council activities. Cole plans on attending college after school and studying accounting.
Selected by Ms. Clements

January Students of the Month

Anastasia Cooper has been chosen as the 7th grade student of the month.  Anastasia comes to school everyday with a smile on her face. She is kind to everyone and loves to give hugs.  She tries hard at everything she does and she does not give up. I am excited to have her in my class and I get to have a front row seat watching her achieve her goals.
Selected by Mrs. Kay  Brown

Brayleigh Price has been chosen as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month for January.  She is a quiet, but hard-working student in class. Brayleigh enjoys reading, and always has a smile and never complains.  She works well with others, and is a joy to have in class. She has had a great year, and I’m sure she will be a successful high school student next year.
Selected by Mr. Kyle Good

Kira Kemplen has been chosen as the ninth grade student of the month for January. Kira is an exemplary student who excels in all areas of study. She is an excellent reader and a proficient writer. She expresses herself very efficiently through the written word, but as an introvert, she doesn’t vocalize her thoughts often. She has musical talent as well that she exhibits in the Randolph Southern High School concert band. Kira is sure to have an excellent academic future ahead of her.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Haley Hinshaw has been chosen as the sophomore student of the month. There is never a dull moment with Haley in class. She never fails to make me giggle but she also impresses me with her excellent work ethic. Haley continues to flourish in Spanish class this year and inspire me with her willingness to ask for help and her desire to strive for growth. Her witty disposition has a way of rubbing off on those around her. She is willing to help her classmates and overall has proven to not only be a great student but to also have a great heart. ¡Estoy orgullosa de ti, lady! 
Selected by Profe Randi Durbin

Matt Fox has been chosen as the Junior class student of the month by Mr. Pike. Matt’s dedication and leadership in the music program has greatly impacted the environment in the band room. From his sense of humor to his willingness to work with younger students, he consistently inspires drive an excellence in music. Matt is also a member of the choir, track team, and enjoys writing/producing music in his spare time. Thanks for everything you do, Matt!
Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

Harley Shinn has been chosen as the senior student of the month. Harley has been staying very busy, making the most of her final year of high school. Harley is a member of the cross country, basketball, archery, and track teams. Additionally, Harley is an active member of 4-H and FFA, where she serves as the FFA chapter Sentinel and shows various animals in 4-H. This year, Harley was a member of the FFA crops judging team that competed at state after winning area contesting. Harley is a delight to have in class, she comes in everyday with a positive attitude, and ready to learn. While Harley isn’t sure of her exact plans after high school, her can do attitude and determination will guide her in success wherever she goes. 
Selected by Shianna Fry  

November Students of the Month

Alexis Stump has been chosen as November’s seventh grade Student of the Month. Alexis has worked consistently to refine her level of craftsmanship, thus raising her bar of excellence with each project. Alexis explores options, seeking to conceptually expand beyond the requirements of her assignments resulting in work that expresses her individuality. She seeks to achieve the best possible product through conscientious use of materials and consistent care for the art objects she is making, all while providing useful, constructive criticism and encouragement for her classmates. I look forward to Alexis' success in the forthcoming years.
Selected by. Justin Walker

Cayden Parrett has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month. Cayden is a great help in class.  She is always willing to lend a helping hand to get something done. She has also taken on additional responsibilities in the classroom to help me out during the course of the day. When Cayden isn’t at school, she enjoys being at home and relaxing with her pets. Cayden is undecided about the college she wants to attend, but knows she wants to be a vet.
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Lydia Kniesly has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s freshman of the Month for November. I have not had Lydia in the classroom but I did coach her this year in volleyball. As a student athlete Lydia was commented to the team and her fellow team mates. Lydia excelled in her defense on the volleyball court, which earned her the defensive player of the year for the junior varsity volleyball team. I’m sure that she will continue to excel in her other athletic endeavors and also in her academics.
Selected by Tammy Clements

Ashlyn Longfellow has been chosen as the sophomore student of the month.  Ashlyn has consistently performed at a high level in science class year. As the year has progressed, so to has Ashlyn’s willingness to share in group discussion/lecture.  She has also done very well at connecting concepts across instructional platforms. Her peers often look to her for guidance and confirmation of instruction. Her continued efforts will lead to great success in her high school science career. 
Selected by John Lash 

Lane Shore has been chosen as the student of the month for the Junior class this month.  Lane gives his very best to his classes and grades and is attending the Auto Tech program to get a jump start on his future career. Lane is quiet and always respectful.  Although Lane may struggle in some areas academically, he never lets that stand in his way of getting excellent grades. I have all the faith in Lane that he will leave high school and be a success in his adult life because of his perseverance and drive to do well at everything he does.
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Shelby Jeffers has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for November 2019. Shelby has shown tremendous effort throughout her high school career in the classroom. She has achieved a 3.57 GPA, and is ranked #7 in her class. During Shelby’s academic career, she has allowed herself to be challenged. Shelby has studied all honors classes available to her, Including, AP Calculus, AP English, ACP U.S. History, and ACP Chemistry. In addition, Shelby is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council (Current President), Vice President of Class of 2019, FFA, Spirit Club, and Science Academic Team. In addition, Shelby is a starter on the Girls Basketball Team. After high school, Shelby plans to pursue a college degree. Shelby has been a positive influence on the Randolph Southern community, and she will be missed as she moves forward. 
Selected by Mr. Robert Mangus

October Students of the Month 

Alexis McFarland has been chosen as student of the month for October for the seventh grade. Alexis is a quiet student who works hard in class. She wants to do her best in class and strives to achieve that. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books. She is also very competitive and does not like to lose when playing games. She is great to have in class and is fun to be around. Continue to keep pushing yourself in the classroom, Alexis, and keep up the great work
Selected by Mr. Kyle
Good 

Jesse Smock has been chosen as the October student of the month for the 8th grade class. Jesse comes to class each and every day with a positive attitude and eager to perform well in PE Class. Jesse's favorite activities so far in PE have been the circuit in the Weight Room and Dodgeball. Outside of school Jesse enjoys playing video games on his XBox with his favorite game being Code Vein. It has been a pleasure getting to know Jesse and I know he will keep up the great work in class
Selected by Mr. Travis Stangland

Sierra King has been selected as the October student of the month for the freshmen class. Sierra comes to class ready to work and always puts forth her best effort. You can always count on Sierra to participate in class discussions and to help out her classmates. When Sierra isn't in the classroom, she keeps herself involved in extra-curricular activities. Sierra is a member of the volleyball, archery, track & field, and softball teams. During her down time, Sierra enjoys spending time with her friends and family. After high school, Sierra hopes to work at a mental health facility as a staff member
Selected by Mrs. Shianna Fry 

I have chosen Jacob Ridgeway for student of the month. Jacob is a great student in class and always looks to succeed in everything he does. Jacob works well with his peers and always has a great attitude. One of the things that I appreciate the most about Jacob is that he doesn't hurry through any of his construction projects. Jacob is always focused on taking his time and making sure he does his best on every project. Jacob is a joy to have in class because of his attitude and his likable personality. I'm glad that I've had the opportunity to be Jacob's teacher and look forward to having him in my class the rest of the school year
Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan 

Libby Dalzell has been selected as the October student of the month for the junior class. Libby is always a smiling face to have in class and always brings a positive attitude. I have enjoyed having her so far this year in Algebra 2, where she has excelled as one of the top students in her class. While she performs well in school, Libby also finds time to play softball on both the school team and a travel ball team, volunteer at food pantries, attend youth group, as well as participate in several clubs at the school. After high school, Libby plans to attend Indiana Wesleyan University to study to be a dental hygienist. Keep up the good work, Libby
Selected by Mr. Jared Govin

Denise Campbell and Joseph Hosbrook have been chosen as the October co-students of the month for the senior class. Denise and Joseph have both been tremendous assets to the Randolph Southern Spirit Club. These two went above and beyond the past couple weeks to get everything ready for the Rebel Color Run/Walk. Outside of spirit club, Denise is also involved in basketball and after high school plans to attending IUE and majoring in nursing. Joseph is involved in cross country, baseball, 4H, SADD, and Archery outside of spirit club. After high school, Joseph plans to join the United States Marine Corps. These two will continue to do great things in the future!


September Students of the Month 


Antony Galvez has been chosen as the September student of the month for the seventh grade class. Antony’s ability to adapt and his willingness to learn new things have impressed me so much! Despite the language barrier, Antony has taken on some big challenges and is eager to keep learning, practicing and growing. His sense of humor has begun to flourish in my classes as well and I’m excited to see where his wit, intelligence and talents will take him. Estoy super orgullosa de ti Antony, ¡sigue adelante y ya verás como harás grandes cosas!                                                                                                                                                                              Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

Coltin Gingerich is Randolph Southern’s 8th grade student of the month for September. Coltin always comes to class prepared and puts great effort into his school work. He works well with others and is quite polite, except when he’s faking me out on high fives. In his spare time Coltin plays video games, shoots guns, and takes care of his horses. I am looking forward to a great rest of the year with Coltin!
                                                                                                                                                                   Selected by Mr. Nick Miller

Kaibre Stephan has been chosen as the September freshman student of the month. Kaibre is a hardworking, determined, and proficient student. She comes to class ready to learn and eager to perform well. She also brings with her a friendly disposition and a delightful sense of humor. Kaibre is a well-rounded student who participates in a wide range of activities including volleyball, basketball, RS Student Council, and the Spirit Club. She is always eager to learn and contented to help others. She is sure to have a successful future.
                                                                                                                                                                   Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Blake Baldwin has been chosen as the September sophomore student of the month. Blake is a diligent student who is eager to learn and perform well in class. This is his first year at Southern and while he participates in class daily I see him in the halls being a good role model for other students. Outside of class Blake likes to play basketball and baseball. Blake, it is great to have you at RS this year and I know you will be a great role model for your peers. Keep up the great work!
                                                                                                                                                                   Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Haylee Pennington has been chosen as the September Randolph Southern junior student of the month. Haylee comes to class with a friendly greeting and a pleasant smile. She consistently works toward her classroom goals and puts effort towards accomplishing them. Haylee puts her positive attitude and upbeat personality to use. She is a Randolph Southern varsity cheerleader, and her dedication has earned her the honor of being named co-captain of her squad. Haylee was also on the varsity Lady Rebel volleyball team. Have a fantastic year, Haylee!
                                                                                                                                                                  Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Geneva Preston has been chosen as the September student of the month for the senior class. Geneva has been working very hard in chemistry class this year. She is always on task and completing her work in a timely manner. Geneva intends to study nursing in college and she recognizes the importance of chemistry in her future endeavors. Good luck and keep up the good work Geneva!
                                                                                                                                                                 Selected by Mr. John Lash



August Students of the Month 

Zane Donham is the seventh grade student of the month for Randolph Southern. Zane is a hard worker and very polite in class. He is never afraid to ask questions or volunteer. Zane is involved 4-H and joined FFA this year. He also likes to go to tractor pulls and ride dirt bikes and 4-wheelers. Zane is a joy to have in class and I look forward to getting to know him better as the year goes on.  
                                                      Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Duncan Thomas has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s Student of the Month for the 8th grade class. Duncan always does his best in class. I call him my “unsung hero” in class because he is so good at doing what he needs to be doing, but does it quietly as not to draw attention to himself.  He is an amazing young man and I am excited to see what all he accomplishes. 
                                                      Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

The first Randolph Southern freshman student of the month for the 2019-2020 school year is Stacey Glunt. Stacey is an excellent student with a promising future. She has begun her high school academic journey with exceptional results. Not only does Stacey shine in the classroom, but she is also an important member of our high school band. After school, she devotes her time to the Lady Rebel volleyball team. Randolph Southern is lucky to call this talented freshman a Rebel. Have a tremendous year, Stacey! 
                                                      Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

This month Mrs. Cash has chosen Kennedy Bowlin as sophomore student of the month. Kennedy has come into class each day with a positive attitude and incredible energy for learning. She participates and engages herself in her learning. We are currently reading a novel and she has, in her own time, researched more information about the main characters because she has found the book so interesting. While English class is her favorite and she loves to write, Kennedy also loves to play volleyball and is in her 7th year of 4-H. Keep up the positive attitude and energy, Kennedy!      
                                                    Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Devin Gates is the junior student of the month for Randolph Southern. Devin has proven to be a hard working student this year in the classroom. I have never had Devin in class before and it has been a great pleasure to work with him. I know he will become one of the class leaders during this school year.
                                                   Selected by Ms. Tammy Clements

Kalee Hayes has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s student of the month for the senior class for the month of August. Kalee is always a smiling face to have in class and stands out as a hard worker and an exceptional student. Kalee balances her academic life with basketball and cross country at the school. Outside of school, Kalee is also involved in 4H and serves as a volunteer for fire and EMS training. After High School, Kalee plans to attend college to pursue a career as an athletic trainer. Keep up the good work, Kalee!
                                                  Selected by Mr. Jared Govin



 
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