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April Students of the Month

Trenton Gullett has been chosen as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the seventh grade. Trenton plays video games and loves baseball. Trenton practices baseball every day that he can. He mentioned he loves to sleep but thankfully I have never seen him asleep in my class. Trenton is a great, hardworking student who looks to be challenged and gets along well with just about everyone around him. He seems to be a wonderfully well rounded kid. I believe he has a very bright future ahead of him and look forward to seeing him progress. 
Selected by Mr. Nick Miller

Alexis Stump has been selected as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. Alexis is hard-working, great at following directions, and always willing to help others. Outside of the classroom, she is involved in Junior National Honor Society, student council, tennis, and dance. After high school Alexis wants to become a teacher, at which I believe she will be great. I am excited to see what the future holds for Alexis and wish her the best!
Selected by Ms. Lauren Day

Kobe Johnson has been selected as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the freshman grade. Kobe is part of the varsity track team as a shot put and discus thrower. This is his first year participating and he is having a great time throwing for the team. Kobe also does a great job in the classroom, finishing and completing his work on time. In Intro to Construction class, Kobe is always doing his best to help his peers or assist Mr. Stephan with any task or work that needs to be done. Kobe is a great student in class and he always has a smile on his face. I am happy to have Kobe as a student in my class and I believe he has a bright and promising future ahead of him. 
Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

Bobbie Reece has been selected as Student of the Month for the sophomore class. While Bobbie can be very quiet in the classroom, this semester she has become quite vocal. She has done a fantastic job not only in our discussions, asking some in depth questions, but her participation in reading a Shakespearean play recently was superb. In her free time Bobbie helps her little cousin, and sometimes babysits. She likes to help people when she can. Bobbie, keep up the good work, I can’t wait to see what all you accomplish.
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Grace Watson has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Student of the Month for the junior class. Grace is very active at Randolph Southern and in the Lynn Community. Grace is on the RS basketball team, and is very active in FFA and FCA. She is also a member of the foreign language club, National Honor Society, student council, and is active in her church’s youth group. Even with all of her extracurriculars, Grace continues to perform at the top of her class academically. Grace is a stellar example of what it means to be a Rebel, and you can see it in anything she does. Grace’s plans after high school include attending college and pursuing a career in law. We are proud of you Grace, and can not wait to see what your future holds!
Selected by: Mrs. Fry

Emma Slick has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Student of the Month for the senior class.  Emma is active at Randolph Southern in FFA and Student Council.  Outside of school she is active as a 10 year 4-H member.  During her school day, Emma is a cadet for the office.  Emma is always willing to help with any task asked of her.  She has become the master of the water coolers during this year of Covid.  She is friendly to all who enter the office and always willing to lend a helping hand.  I can not wait to see what Emma’s future holds.  
Selected by Mrs. Chambers


March Students of the Month

Mahlon Gilbert has been chosen as the March Seventh Grade Student of the Month. Mahlon  has recently been afforded some autonomy with ceramics and has taken full advantage of that opportunity making numerous constructions. Maylon’s extra curricular activities include wrestling and baseball. Mahlon’s’s perseverance in making and refining his work with enthusiasm is what art is about. I do look forward to seeing Mahlon’s in the art room to continue making.  
Selected by. Justin Walker

Alexia Wilmoth has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s 8th grade student of the month. Lexie is a girl who seems to always have a smile on her face. She has been working hard in Social Studies class. She has been staying on top of her work load and always looking for ways to improve. In her spare time, Lexie likes to dance and hang out with her friends. She likes a group called Why Don’t We, the movie IT, and Goosebump books. Lexie is interested in fashion design and  wants to go to college at Ball State. Keep working hard Lexie! 
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Callum Tutt has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month for March. Callum completes his work, is respectful, follows directions well in the classroom, and is kind to his peers. Callum’s grades are fantastic! Callum runs track here at RS. After high school, Callum would like to be an astrophysicist, or maybe a game designer. Reach for the stars, Callum!
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Rabeckah Meiring has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for March 2021.  Rabeckah joined my Geometry class part way through the school year and has excelled at every topic we have covered..  She shows up ready to learn every day, participates and regularly asks questions to ensure she masters the material we are learning.  Rabeckah is also involved in band, where she plays the clarinet, but also dabbles in other instruments.  After high school, Rabeckah plans to attend Penn State to study criminology.  Her goal is to work for the FBI as a profiler.  Keep up the amazing work Rabeckah!
Selected by Mr. Chad Wilson

Haley Hinshaw has been chosen as the Randolph Southern junior student of the month for March. Haley is an excellent student with a busy schedule. Not only is she enrolled in AP and honors classes, she is also involved in several school teams and clubs. Haley plays on Southern’s golf team in the fall. She is a member of FFA, student council, and National Honor Society. She is also a co editor of the school’s yearbook, and she is an important member of several academic teams. Haley has dedicated many years to 4H. She loves raising, nurturing, and showing pigs. Somehow with this busy schedule, she manages to find time to work at Arby’s. Haley has a bright future which will include college and a possible career in the ag field. 
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Bryce Dalzell-Jenkins has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for March 2021. Bryce has shown tremendous effort throughout his high school career. He has achieved a 3.25 GPA, and is currently ranked #8 in his class while taking a difficult class load including multiple AP classes. In addition, Bryce is a member of the Boys Basketball Team, Boys Baseball Team, Student Council, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, and he is a Class Officer.  Bryce is able to be an overachiever at Randolph Southern while working at Walmart. After high school, Bryce plans to attend IU East and Purdue. He will study Pharmaceutical Science, and he plans on becoming a Pharmacist once he completes the program. Bryce is a great example for students because of his hard work and determination. When Bryce has been faced with obstacles, he has proven time and again that he is an overcomer. 
Selected by Mr. Robert Mangus

 

February Students of the Month

The 7th grade student of the month for Health is Story Pike.  Story is a pleasure to have in class.  There is not a day that goes by where she does not come to class with a smile. She is always eager to participate in our daily lectures and conversations. Story always is prepared and ready to take on whatever we are doing for that day.  I look forward to having her in class in years to come and seeing what she can do in the future.
Travis Stangland
PE/Health Teacher

Brianna Halcomb has been selected as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. Brianna is hard-working and is great at following directions. Her personality and sassiness can light up a room. Outside of the classroom, Brianna is involved in volleyball and basketball. After high school, Brianna has considered becoming a veterinarian. I am excited to see what the future holds for Brianna and wish her the best!
Selected by Ms. Lauren Day

Skyler Wilson has been selected as the freshman February Student of the Month. Skyler has grown into a diligent student who has proven to be a strong reader and a very good writer. He is always prepared for class, and he does excellent work. Skyler was part of the Randolph Southern bowling team and plans to be on the track team in the spring. In his spare time, he enjoys making Youtube music song covers on his guitar. He would like to attend the Mechanic Vocational program in Richmond to help him pursue a future career as a car mechanic.
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Leela Garrett is Mr. Pike’s  junior student of the month for February. Leela always brings a great attitude to the music room and has been a pleasure to have in class this year. Though she isn’t sure what she wants to do after high school, she has an interest in glassblowing and hopes to learn how to do that. She also enjoys archery and spending time with her grandparents on their farm. Keep up the great work, Leela.
Selected by Jordan Pike

Jake Brant has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month. Jake has become an excellent student making sure that he always has his assignments done. Jake has developed a sense of confidence in his school work and has worked very hard to achieve his high school diploma. Jake as of right now is somewhat undecided on his plans after high school, but I’m sure that will go into his life with a renewed confidence achieved from overcoming his early struggle in school. Keep up the good work.
Selected by Tamra Clements


January Students of the Month

Gunner Kirschbaum has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s 7th grade student of the month.  Gunner has always come to class ready and willing to work. He is always polite to me and his fellow students.  He is a great example of a successful student.  He keeps up on his classwork and is willing to ask questions when he needs help.  He is an amazing student to have in class and I am excited to see where his education takes him.
Selected by Mrs. Tamara Brown

Morgan Harris has been nominated as the student of the month in 8th grade.  She is a wonderful student to have in class.  She works hard to do her best.  I enjoy her comments and participation.  She's involved in sports, playing volleyball, basketball, and tennis.  She enjoys her animals, and walking dogs and training them.  She also likes to draw.  She's a great student to have in class and always has a way to put a smile on your face.
Selected by Mr. Kyle Good
           
Vance Taylor has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month. I have Vance in class for the first time this school year. I have really enjoyed his sense of humor and willingness to participate in class. Outside of class, Vance is involved in tennis, basketball and baseball. I enjoy seeing him take charge of his learning in my class while still having a great sense of humor and attitude. Keep up the good work, Vance! Thanks for always contributing a positive attitude to the classroom.
Selected by Mrs. Randi Durbin

Tyler Wright has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for January 2021. Tyler had a successful first semester with good grades and earned all of his credits. He currently has a 3.1335 GPA and is on track to graduate with his class with a Core 40 diploma. Tyler is just an all-around nice young man. I have never experienced him in any other way other than happy. Tyler is only in my study hall, but is quiet and does what he needs to do every day. Tyler is unsure what he wants to do after high school, but I have no doubt he will find his place in this world. Keep up the good work, Tyler!
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

Keith Donell has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for January 2021.  Keith has shown commendable effort and work in Algebra 2 this school year.  In addition to the effort and time he spends in the classroom, Keith is very involved in a wide range of clubs and sports.  He is a member of the Book Club, Student Council, FFA, Archery, the Science and History Academic Teams, Tennis, Cross Country, Track, and Wrestling.  Keith also earned County Champion honors in Wrestling.  Keith is a valued member of our high school community, both inside and outside the classroom.  Keep up the great work!
Selected by Mr. Chad Wilson

David Null  has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for January 2021.  David has demonstrated an exemplary work ethic over this past semester.  Due to COVID 19 concerns, David and his family opted for him to complete his senior year virtually.  Not only has David completed his work on time, he has stayed ahead of pace each and every week.  In addition, to completing his lessons David has participated in the Work-Based Learning Experience course.  This course allows students to work at a job and complete additional components to earn credits.  David has met all deadlines and is conscientious about his education responsibilities.  He earned all A/B honor roll this first semester and is an example of what a student can achieve virtually.  I can’t wait to see what David will accomplish after graduation.  
Selected by Mrs. Tracy Chambers

November Students of the Month


Adalynne Gambrel has been selected as Randolph Southern’s seventh grade student of the month. Adalynne is a wonderfully hard working student while being considerate and polite to her fellow classmates. She asks great questions in class, makes sure her work is done completely and accurately, and frequently asks for more practice after completing the required assignments. She is also an athlete who plays on the school's basketball team. On a side note, I am an avid coffee lover and fan of Hometown Coffee. Maybe this will be kept in mind next time I stop in there. (hint, hint)
Mr. Miller

Keagun Rogers has been selected as Randolph Southern’s eighth grade student of the month. Keagun is a hard worker in Social Studies class and is willing to help his peers during homeroom. He also never fails to have an entertaining story. When he isn’t at school, Keagun is still working all the time. He likes to work on the farm and help his grandpa with work outside. In the summer, Keagun enjoys helping bale hay and straw. When he isn’t working, he likes to work on lawn mowers and his truck. When Keagun graduates, he would like to go to college to  major in agronomy. Keep up the good work Keagun. 
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

Kayan Younger
has been selected as the 9th grade student of the month. Kayan is an absolute joy to have in class. Kayan comes in everyday with a positive attitude and ready to work. I admire Kayan’s work ethic and sense of humor. I can always count on her to engage in class discussions. Kayan not only is an excellent student, she is also an athlete, participating in basketball and softball. Keep up the hard work, Kayan!
Selected by Mrs. Shianna Fry

Lydia Kniesly has been selected as the 10th grade student of the month. Lydia has been a fantastic student to have in English so far this year. She comes prepared for class and ready to participate. Even when she seems unsure of her answer or question for discussion Lydia takes the initiative to speak up in class. Lydia is not only an amazing student, she is also involved in other activities at the school, participating in FFA, volleyball, basketball manager, and softball. Lydia wants to help people as part of her career and is looking at physical therapy. Keep up the great work, Lydia!
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

Kennedy Bowlin has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s junior student of the month for November. Kennedy is a leader in her history class. She is always prepared for class and is a bright spot in my day. Kennedy is also a valuable member of many clubs including the student council of which I am the sponsor. She was also a valuable member for our volleyball team this year stepping up to take a role as libero that she had never played prior.  I look forward to having Kennedy in class the rest of this year and on to her senior year in 2021. Keep up the good work.
Selected by Tamra Clements

Jewelia Austin has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for November 2020. Jewelia has shown tremendous effort throughout her high school career. She has achieved a 3.2 GPA, and is ranked #8 in her class. In addition, Jewelia is a member of the Girls Basketball Team, National Honor Society, and she is her class’s president.  Jewelia is a wonderful person who makes your day better when you get to be around her. Jewelia’s basketball coach, Jerimy Stephan, said, “Jewelia is a great student that works hard everyday.” The staff at Randolph Southern thanks you for all the laughs and hard work, Jewelia. 
Selected by Mr. Robert Mangus

October Students of the Month

Savanna Carter has been chosen as October’s seventh grade Student of the Month. Savanna has worked consistently to refine her level of craftsmanship in the Art Room. Savanna’s persevering to find an end product to be proud of allows for exploration of options beyond completing assignments. Her object making has become conceptually relevant and expressive. I look forward to Savanna's success in the forthcoming years.
Selected by. Justin Walker

The 8th grade student of the month for PE is Jordan Black,  Jordan is a pleasure to have in class.  There is not a day that goes by where she does not come to class with a smile. She is always eager to participate in whatever the day will bring.  She is very athletic and hard working and a huge asset to all the sports that she participates in.  I look forward to watching her continue to excel on the gym floor and in the classroom.
Selected by Mr. Travis Stangland

Coltin Gingerich has been chosen as the Freshman student of the month for October.  Coltin is a student who is very dependable and always willing to help.  He is fun to have in class with his low quiet voice and sense of humor that he shares. He enjoys hunting and fishing and talking to his friends.  He would like to go to a trade school after high school for welding or construction. I am looking forward to watching him continue his education and reach his future goals.
Selected by Mrs. Kay Brown

Kaibre Stephan has been selected as the 10th grade student of the month. Kaibre always has something creative and usually hilarious to add to class time. She knows how to get to work and work hard but I admire her sense of humor and the shine that she adds to the classroom. Her willingness to participate is always refreshing and appreciated. Kaibre, I hope you never lose your spunk and keep up the hard work in all you do!

Ross Greenwell has been chosen as the junior student of the month for October. Ross has made one of the biggest turnarounds I have seen in my teaching career. He comes to class prepared, ready to work, and focused on the tasks at hand. I have been impressed by his strong work ethic and his firm purpose. Ross’s diligence paid off the first nine weeks, and I am looking forward to watching him continue his academic progress. He has musical talent as well that he exhibits in the Randolph Southern High School concert band. Keep up the good work, Ross!
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Quaid Ison has been selected as the 12th grade student of the month. Quaid has been a great leader in the band for several years, bringing a great sense of humor and a positive attitude. In addition to being a great trumpet player, he also excels at archery and bowling. I’ve been very proud to know Quaid and watch him grow as a musician and human being for the last several years. Keep being awesome, Quaid!
Selected by Mr. Jordan Pike

September Students of the Month 

Madison Godsey has been selected as the seventh grade student of the month. She has been a great student in my classes.  She's always coming to class with a positive attitude and is willing to help others.  She can be quiet at times in English, but in PE, she  gets involved with the activities we are doing.  Her attitude and personality make her a good role model for younger students to look up to.  She enjoys playing softball, cooking, and singing in her spare time.
Selected by Mr. Kyle Good

Landon Godsey has been selected as the 8th grade student of the month for September. Landon always comes prepared to class and has a wonderfully positive attitude towards his schoolwork. He will speak up in class if he has a question and frequently checks in with me to be sure he is completing his work completely and accurately which is much appreciated. We share the occasional good conversation about games and science making class more enjoyable for the both of us. Keep up the good work, Landon!
Selected by Mr. Nick Miller

I would like to nominate Brogain Tucker for RS freshman student of the month. Brogain has gone above and beyond during my class. He is always looking for tasks that need accomplished, and he is always trying to keep himself busy. Brogain does a great job reclaiming the screens, and he always has them ready for emulsion to go on. Brogain volunteered to come and help with his peers during our Cross Country meet. Brogain has been a joy to have in class this year, and I know he will continue to work hard everyday. 
Selected by Mr. Jerimy Stephan

Kira Kemplen has been selected as the 10th grade student of the month for September.  Kira has been an excellent student in Algebra II this year.  I can always count on Kira to be prepared, ready to learn, and knock any task that I give her out of the park.  She has excelled in every skill and topic that we have covered this year.  Kira does all of this while taking an advanced load of classes, including ACP Chemistry, Spanish III, Honors English 10, and excelling in each of those courses as well.  Well done Kira!
Selected by Mr. Chad Wilson

Olivia Keesling has been selected as the junior student of the month. Olivia is very active in many local and school activities. She is currently one of the leaders of the cross country team and has achieved her best times this year. She is also a member of FCA, National Honor Society, Student Council and Randolph Southern academic teams. Olivia is currently at the top academically in the Class of 2022. She is also very involved in her church and other community activities. Keep up the hard work  and continue to excel in all that you endure to do.
Selected by Ms. Tamra Clements

Lane Shore has been chosen as 12th grade student of the month for September. Lane has incredible balance in his life, and maturity beyond his years. He manages to balance vocational school, ½ day school here at RS, keep his grades up, work many hours, and much, much more. I am incredibly proud of Lane! Hopefully I will run into him after he graduates and see how his life turned out. I am confident that Lane will do great things after he leaves Randolph Southern. The best of luck to you, but enjoy your senior year while you are here!
Selected by Mrs. Penny Ashbaugh

                                         
August Students of the Month 

Ted Jordan and Jackson Wolfal have been selected as the seventh grade students of the month. They are both completing the school year virtually and doing a great job keeping up on all their work. They are both hard working individuals who have easy going personalities. Both Ted and Jackson can be counted on to participate in class and ask questions when something is confusing. I have enjoyed working with both boys these last few weeks and I am excited to see what each will accomplish in the future. 
Selected by Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt

C.J. Albertson has been selected as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. C.J. is hard working and is great at following directions. He is also friendly and considerate. In his free time, C.J. likes to collect and play old and new video games. After high school C.J. would like to go to college for game design. I am excited to see what the future holds for C.J. and wish him the best!
Selected by Ms. Lauren Day

Mason Wolfal has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s freshman student of the month for August. Mason has done a fantastic job transitioning from middle school to high school. He is doing great work so far, and I look forward to watching him excel. I especially appreciate his willingness to participate in class. He is friendly, hard working, curious, and eager to learn. Mason’s strong work ethic and his determination to succeed will help him as he makes his way through high school and beyond. Have a fabulous year, Mason!
Selected by Mrs. Sarah Reed

Colleen Ledbetter has been chosen as the junior student of the month. You can always count on Colleen to participate in classroom discussion, especially when someone brings up the environment. Her passion and dedication to protecting the Earth is admirable. This year, Colleen is attending the Richmond Career Center for the automotive technician program for a portion of the day. Colleen is active in the RS FFA chapter, where she competes in several different contesting events and is also involved in many of the service projects completed each year.  She is also a member of the volleyball, basketball, and archery teams. After high school Colleen plans to pursue a career in agriculture. Keep up the great work, Colleen!
Selected by Mrs. Shianna Fry

Matt Fox has been chosen as R.S. senior student of the month for August. Matt is completing his senior year virtually. Even as a virtual student you can still count on Matt to participate and be humorous in class. Matt has made the transition from in-class to virtual look easy. He has done a fantastic job of making sure he is present for class via Google Meet and completing his work on time. Matt has also been beyond helpful in giving me feedback on what works and does not work for a virtual student. He is most excited about graduating and being done with high school. His future plans are to get a degree in mechanical engineering. With his humor, work ethic, and enthusiastic attitude he will go far. Have a great senior year Matt, can’t wait to see what you accomplish with your future. 
Selected by Mrs. Brittany Cash

 

 
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