JAMESTOWN — Greeneview Middle School named its students of the month for December.
They are: Ian Henry (eighth grade); Hannah Litke (seventh grade); Adam Cline (sixth grade); and Keegan Phillips (fifth grade).
Henry’s presence on the football field and in the classroom make him stand out. He has a great work ethic and rapport with teachers and students alike, according to his teachers. He is willing to help those in need whether it is in science class, in the hallway or on the football field. His kindness is reflected in what his peers refer to him as: the BFI … Big Friendly Ian.
Litke is a leader and is deserving of student of the month, according to information provided by the school. She has used her positive leadership abilities not only in the classroom but in extracurricular activities as well. She has served as the project manager of the Lego robotics team and represents her class in student council. Litke is diligent in her school work and seeks opportunities to help others.
Cline goes above and beyond to help others every day, including his teachers, the school said. He always has a positive attitude and a smile on his face. He is a joy to have in class, according to teachers.
Phillips models the kind of student that is appreciated by every teacher and staff member at Greeneview Middle School. He is a steady and committed student, day in and day out, school officials said. He is organized and follows through with his work. His positive attitude makes a difference, and helps to set the tone for each new day. Phillips is a good listener and has the confidence to share connections to new instruction.
Xenia Daily Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz.