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Monthly Award Winners

December
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, January 5.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month.  The character trait for December was generosity and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Cayden Gipson, Lilleandra Boston, Ava Thornton, Reese Bechtel, John Derner, and Hannah Davis.   The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

The Harrisonville Rotary Club recognizes one student each month who demonstrates service to others.  Third grader Isabella Marshall received the Service Above Self award for December.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.   

November
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, December 1.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month.  The character trait for November was self control and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Thaddeus DeVenney,  Mikey Wilson,  Abby Bailey,  Maddox Johnston, Juliette Adams and Bethany Sharp.   The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

The Harrisonville Rotary Club recognizes one student each month who demonstrates service to others.  Third grader Olivia Gurrola received the Service Above Self award for November.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.   

October
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, November 10.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month.  The character trait for October was responsibility and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Adaline Miller, Leo Jiang, Taylor Hollingsworth, Brody Sage, Olivia Wolff, and Jacob Bellamy.   The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

The Harrisonville Rotary Club recognizes one student each month who demonstrates service to others.  Third grader Eden Miller  received the Service Above Self award for October.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.   

September
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on  Friday, October 6.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month.  The character trait for September was Respect and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Mariah Coffey, Braden Taylor, Breonna Johnson, Jace Baker, Wyatt Morgan, and Kaylyn Davis.   The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

The Harrisonville Rotary Club recognizes one student each month who demonstrates service to others.  Third grader Sophia Branham received the Service Above Self award for September.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.   

In addition, Harrisonville PTO recognized two students for selling over $1,000 worth of trash bags.  Second grader Taylor Hollingsworth was the second highest salesperson and earned a gift card from Hawthorn Bank and a medal.  First grader Alex Bollinger was the top salesperson and received a trophy, a gift card from Hawthorn Bank, and a Wildcat goodie basket.