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January Students of the Month announced

The GoBLUE 2017 Students of the Month for January were announced on March 1. They answered the question "why do you feel that you deserve this award?"

Freshman Johnny Dodson was nominated by English teacher Alyssa Moreno. “I have an A in her class,” Dodson said.

Sophomore Lacey Owens was nominated by Drama teacher Kristin Glaeser. “I spend most of my free-time with Kristin, and she knows I care a lot about drama; I put a lot of effort into the things I care about. ‘Big Fish’ is going to be good, everyone should come see it,” Owens said.

Junior Trevor Kytola was nominated by Drama teacher Kristin Glaeser. “I've always been a hard worker in school and pretty dedicated to those around me and to what I do. [The nomination slip] said that I try to help better those around me while also bettering myself and I do think that rings true.”

Senior Will Brown was nominated by Guided Study teachers Sherry McConn and Brittney Kubik. “Last year was pretty tough for me, because I’m not good at English. I decided I’d take English my Senior year, and I did good, I worked hard, I did homework everyday and I’d go to the library just to get help on what I needed to do in class,” Brown said.

The full list of nominees can be found here.

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