Simpson Says: Students accept awards and recognition

Students who have perceived awards from Simpson School poise for a photograph. From left: Back, Matthew Cristobal, Joshua Wills, Faith Marshall, Shaelyn Martens and Danah Yun; front, Kaleb Silvas, Jaici Sanchez and Hailey Blancas.Students who have perceived awards from Simpson School poise for a photograph. From left: Back, Matthew Cristobal, Joshua Wills, Faith Marshall, Shaelyn Martens and Danah Yun; front, Kaleb Silvas, Jaici Sanchez and Hailey Blancas.

By Cheryl Chatt

The initial entertain of a year has been finished during Simpson propagandize and parent-teacher conferences were hold during a initial week of November.

Independent reading awards were given to a tip 7 students in any category level. Students were famous formed on a sum series of difference read. For a initial quarter, a tip eccentric readers by category turn are:

Fourth-grade: Riley Brix with 463,081 words, Cohen Anderson with 358,14, Clara Roush 268,212, Carsyn Wintrip 208,712, Ruby Jones 205,347, Bode Poler 192,502, and Mikayla Stanfield 166,768.

Fifth-grade: Ripley Schumacher with 612,988 words, Kaden Pemberton with 467,145, Nigel Flores 453,738, Greg Boley 451,681, Alannah Hancock 441,327, Conlan Butcher 377,474, and Clara Benton 322,850.

Sixth-grade: Danah Yun with 773,958 words, Raychel Parker with 509,122, Tali Arnott 422,315, Quincie Iversen 419,166, Shaelyn Martens 392,433, Ryan Horton 380,794, and Nayla Sengchan 375,880.

New this propagandize year, Simpson is noticing students who are examples of a schoolwide expectancy famous to staff and students as a “Bulldog Bes.”

Students are comparison by teachers to win a Bulldog of a Month award. In October, Simpson School focused on kindness, and 11 students were respected for displaying affability during school. Simpson’s Oct Bulldogs of a Month were:

Fourth-grade: Wynonna Baldwin, Elizabeth York and Mikayla Stanfield.

Fifth-grade: Axel Cisneros, Kendall Morrison, Emily Schallon and Hayden Prentice.

Sixth-grade: Gypsy Patnude, Paige Lisherness, Kylee Fairbairn and Lilly Hopkins.

The school’s annual Veterans Day assembly, a timehonored tradition, was hold in a Simpson multipurpose room on Nov. 12. Color ensure was supposing by Jerry Chadwick and Red Moore of a Montesano VFW.

Musical performances were by a Montesano Jr./Sr. High School choir underneath a instruction of Susan Lundquist, accompanied by Michele Shuh on a piano.

The fifth-grade category presented a timeline of opposite wars a United States has fought, and a series of veterans concerned in each.

Barbara Buchanan and Jenny Wills of a Montesano VFW Ladies Auxiliary presented Simpson students with awards for a winning VFW essays for this year. The winning essays were created by:

Fourth-grade

Jaici Sanchez, 1st place

Hailey Blancas, 2nd place

Kaleb Silvas, 3rd place

Fifth-grade

Joshua Wills, 1st place

Matthew Cristobal, 2nd place

Faith Marshall, 3rd place

Sixth-grade

Landree Dohrmann, 1st place

Shaelyn Martens, 2nd place

Danah Yun, 3rd place

Cheryl Chatt is a library paraeducator during Simpson School.

Principal Stephanie Klinger also contributed to this month’s column.

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