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GO BLUE January students announced

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Our GO BLUE students for the month of January were chosen for their helpful and positive attitudes.

These students are Annamarie Elmenhurst, Brady Kinney, Taryn Bohanan, Haley Flannery, Katie Janis, Audrey Keenan, Andres Prudente and Alanna Steele. We asked these exceptional students what they think sets them apart from their classmates.

Freshman AnnaMarie Elmenhurst was nominated by Spanish teacher Aaron Martin. “I have a positive attitude and I put a lot of effort into my classwork,” Elmenhurst said. Freshman Brady Kinney was nominated by Freshman English teacher Alyssa Moreno. “I think I mix fun with working hard every day,” Kinney said.

Sophomore Taryn Bohanan was nominated by Spanish teacher Aaron Martin. “I’m very active in the class setting, and I’m always very involved,” Bohanan said. Sophomore Haley Flannery was nominated by Patricia Jones and Faydale Curtice. “I have a social personality and I always like to include other people,” Flannery said.

Junior Katie Janis was nominated by Drama teacher Kristin Glaeser and Spanish Aaron Martin. “I’m a very organized person, and I always try and help the rest of the class with new choreography,” Janis said. Junior Audrey Keenan was nominated by Drama teacher Kristin Glaeser. “I try to involve everyone and get class going quickly,” Keenan said.

Senior Andres Prudente was nominated by English teacher Kristen Wegner. “I always do my work and I’m always nice to everyone,” Prudente said. Senior Alanna Steele was also nominated by Kristen Wegner. “I’m very motivated in that class, and I really try and help others whenever they need it,” Steele said.

Congratulations to these hard-working Wa-Hi students.

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