Jorden was nominated by his 4th grade teachers, Sharon Durrenberger and Nicole Clark. Durrenberger wrote, “Jorden has an extraordinary talent for showing kindness toward his peers. During group projects, he is the one who guides the group into cooperating and getting along with each other. He shows great empathy to his peers.”
Nominated by Health Science teacher Katrina King, Ashley is the first student to take the rigorous Certified Nurses Assistant and the Pharmacy Technician classes simultaneously. “She took extra classes over the summer in order to be able to register for these two courses – which she is doing to gain practicum experience and make a decision on which job to pursue for her career. She wants to better herself to be successful in college, and to ease the burden on her family. Her hard work and commitment will give her the foundation needed to succeed in her goals.”
“Ashley and Jorden are excellent examples of what it means to be Wildkat Proud,” said Tim Harkrider, Superintendent. “I am proud of the hard work and dedication they are showing and wish them all the best this school year and in the future.”
The students were recognized during the regular Board of Trustee meeting on Wed., Oct. 12. Each student received an engraved plaque and five meal cards each from Chick-fil-A of Willis.