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Monthly Award Winners

April

 

Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, May 3.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for April were Myra Guthridge, Connor White, Lillian Bunger, Layson Chastain, Aiden McCluskey, and Emma Beckemeier   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 Mary Swaggerty received the Service Above Self award for April.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The April trait was patience and those honored were Alivia Smith, Maise Schnelle, Adah Snyder, Nella Chamberlain, Shayanne Payne, Mollie Moylan, Anthony Thompson, Riley Julien, Avelyn McCracken, Ayvah Bowman, Ayden Bennett, Cabria Gilbreath, Taylor Crouch, Cheyenne Hayes, Cayden Gipson, Naeveah Rose, Jordan Wallace, Paris Peek, Lana Smith, Jaxon Lindsay, Lilly Yoss, Jaxon Larcom, Rose Collins, and Aidan McClendon.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The April recipients were Amise Herriman, Mallory Myler, Arabella McKinley, Erin Woolery, Tyson Klinge, Isaiah Jones, Sydney Thresher, Jayden Jones, Elizabeth Chambers, Konnor McDaniel, Coby Meinhardt, Zayden Davis, London Wooten, Chloe Keim, Kennady McNeal, Wyatt Guentert, Clayton Wood, Hunter Barnes, Aleah Raney, Sophia McClendon, Trever Atkinson, and Wyatt Elifrits. Each Mathematician of the Month received a piggy bank from Hawthorn Bank.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Ms. Arbisi’s class, art; Mr. Waite’s class, music; Mrs. Eccles’ class, PE; Ms. Dieguez’s class, computers; Mrs. Nofsingers’s class, recess; Mrs. Hoppers and Mrs. Amy Brown’s classes, custodial; and Mrs. Harrigan’s class, lunch.  

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly. Two hundred and eleven students met reading goal for April.

 

March

Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Thursday, April 4.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for March were Makayla Malone, Aubrey Burkhart, Brantley Cleveland, Alexa Shelton, Hailey Mercer, and Eli Torres.   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 Elissa Busby received the Service Above Self awards for March.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The March trait was determination and those honored were Kasen Meyer, Lizzy Calvin, Xander Anderson, Dexter Kinsley, Conner Malone, Ellie LaPlante, Annabella Contello, Jared Lezer, Roland Hausdorf, Jordan Spencer-Goentzel, Lillian Myers-Williams, Logan Fugate, Reese Bechtel, Kaylee Wuerfele, Elizabeth Brewer, Kadyn Cleveland, Madyson Lengemann, Lexi Martin, Malia Rinker, Kayson Enos, Khloe Nicholson, Kolten McClanahan, Adelaide Roughton, Jeordie Marcusson, and Ramier Argo.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The March recipients were Kamden Meyer, Layson Chastain, Dane Amann, Tristian Jones, Jaylynn Lindsay, Elise Teeter, Sophia Wise, Bella Ravencamp, Addyson Mossey, Hoyt Smith, Arian Lauderdale, Evans Couts, Conner Peterman, Briar Byrd, Bentley Mitchell, Mariah Coffey, Brenden Stewart, Adrian Randazzo, Devin Cameron, Samuel Evans, Arthur Curry, Ethan Wilson, Avery Spangler and SJ Thompson. Each Mathematician of the Month received a piggy bank from Hawthorn Bank.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Ms. Drabrant’s class, art; Mrs. Hopper’s class, music; Mr. Burasco’s class, PE; Mr. Waite’s class, computers; Mrs. Osborn’s class, recess; Ms. Arbisi and Mrs. Florence’s classes, custodial; and Mrs. Brown’s class, lunch.  

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly. Two hundred and fifty students met reading goal for March.

January/February

Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on  Friday, March 10. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments, however since the January assembly was canceled due to weather, this assembly covered two months worth of awards.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for January and February were Rosebell Paraiso, Kevin Holzer, Abigail Keller, Coby Lacy, Seriah Lindsey, Trystan Saylor-Lundeen, Brayden Westover, Lanie Hatman, Traevon Cantrell, Kaybren Clark-Long, and Mollie Moylan.   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 graders Kaileigh Siebert and Isabella Bylina received the Service Above Self awards for January and February.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The January trait was compassion and those honored were Eli Sawyer, Makyah Wetzel, Chrishell Eggers, LJ Ferguson, Kennedee Hartsell, Josie Lakey, Averie Jones, Cayden Roach, Damien Foss, Alivia Vaughn, Kloie Keith, Bailey Edwards, Joslin Melgoza, Broderick Ledington, Jake Jacobs, Kylea Dobnikar, Wyatt Gaines, Marley McCullough, Jailen Jones, Chloe Keim, Abigail Keller, Levi Thayer, Wyatt Guentert, Avery Eason, and Alivia Quezada.

The February trait was forgiveness and the honorees were Ethan Wilson, Logan Wiseman, Kyleigh Williams, Lizzy Naylor, Ethan Bentley, Rykin Caswell, Harmony Samuelson, Griffin Dotson, Greenley Gordon, Marlee Schroeder, Connor Jacques, Marshal Booth, Joey Mosley, Gracie Droege, Chase Middlemas, Emilee Burkitt, Laryssa Motzkus, Emilio Gutierrez-Jones, Salvador Lara, Preston Neal, Aubrey Gray, Deklan Guthridge, Phoenix Tomlin, and Xander Hunt.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The January and February recipients were Jeremiah McKernan, Adeleigh Wells, Brandon Hurt, Garrit Gilmore, Liam Hansen, Piper Becchina, Aiden Coltrin, Zeta Masden, Henlee Morris, Hunter Bradshaw, Austin Brown, Makya Seabolt, Bentley Calvin, David Melzer, Payton Everhart, Stryker Gilmore, Amari Hoskins, Daemien McNulty, Kaden Franklin, Addison Knox, Ashley Hurt, Cash Jagow, Koley Helm, Lucas RymanMadox Shanks, Veronica Villa, Bella McClendon, Chase Mannino, Emma DeShazer, Kace Caldwell, Lucas Grah, Sawyer Warner, Alexis Ogden, Jackson Fleshman, Arabella Mitchell, Marley Woodard, Duncan Boyd, Farrah Flanery, Deagon Donley, Landen Gaskins, Asher Steinbrook, Kenna Nutter, Garavaggio Gilbert, Ryiahn Schlesselman, Brenya Rinehart, Rowan Taylor, Alana Drake, and Ryan Morales.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Mr. Waite’s class, art; Mrs. Doll’s class, music; Ms. Hasek’s class, PE; Ms. Hopper’s class, computers; Mrs. Culpepper’s class, library; Mrs. Mitchells’s class, recess; Ms. Rivera and Mrs. Osborn’s classes, custodial; and Mrs. Holman’s class, lunch.  

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly. Two hundred and fifty students met reading goal for January and two hundred and seventeen students met reading goal for February.

December

Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on  Friday, January 11. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for December were Kylie Pelsor, Nathan Baker, Annie Wolff, Sawyer Warner, Mason Roberts, and Emma Lengemann.   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 Coby Meinhardt received the Service Above Self award for December.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The December trait was trustworthy and those honored were Brylynn Billings, Ty Jackson, Leighton Koetting, Myra Guthridge, Dani Naylor, Macie Cummins, Gus Carter, Katie Jenisch, Makayla Malone, Jaida Siems, Laydon Knox, Marshall Ohler, Mary Swaggerty, Addyson Saunders, Zoey Domnick, Kenton Nutter, Alivia Giesbrecht, Summer Ford, London Wooten, Allyson Schroeder, Lilleandra Boston, Peyton Weaver, Jayden Claspill, Amara Carver, and Garrit Gilmore.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The December recipients were Jaxon Magoffin, Aubrey Stone, Paisley Smith, Alexis Crawford, Gabe Schroeder, Tyler Ritter, Dominic Bednar, Ashlynn Adams, Zayd Zaroor, Roczen McCune, Riley Speir, Trinity Atchley, Chloe Wooten, Aiden Maiyoh, Brentley Willet, Kaden Franklin, Joseph Cummins, Sara Shumway, Zane Letterman, Addyson Fisher, Morgan Lalman, and David Matthews.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Mrs. Schenker’s class, art; Ms. Arbisi’s class, music; Mr. Waite’s class, PE; Ms. Doll’s class, computers; Mrs. Hopper’s class, library; Mrs. Rivera’s class, recess; Mr. Burasco, Ms. Drabant, Mrs. Arnold, and Mrs. Holman’s classes, custodial; and Mrs. Durnell’s class, lunch.  

Bus drivers also selected students for good behavior awards and those recipients were Brooklyn Venchus, Ali Scott, Myra Guthridge, Jonathan Pieratt, Brier Owens, Ruthie Carver, Leighton Koetting, Alivia Giesbrecht, Jessa Morrow, David Melzer, Leo Jiang, Lillian Yoss, and Elijah Fife.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly. Two hundred and ninety-two students met their reading goals.

November

Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, December 7.  The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for November were Archer Klein, Lilli Bottorf, Madson Hineman, Landon Willour, Eli Mayberry, and Ade Wolf.   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 Willa Kirschner received the Service Above Self award for November.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The November trait was responsibility and those honored were Kerstin Webb, Rachel Stegner, JaKyra Spratt, Breana Smith, Annabella Crook, Charleigh Atkinson-Wilson, Morgan Obermiller, Alana Drake, Kennedy Middleton, Phoenix Kauffman, Naomi Walker, Addisyn Goddard, Zander Bascue, Jordan Zenor, Paige Kincaide, Peyton Kincaide, Jaycee Saling, Maddox Elgen, Michaela Becker, Traevon Cantrell, Brier Owens, Adaline Miller, Izzy Bylina, Natalie Bell, and Emery Gray.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The November recipients were Blaire Cecil, Halli Barnes, Rainey Hall, Damian Kinsley, Max Mitchell, Danyelle Brewster, Bella Huhs, Jessa Morrow, Christian Kohlman, Gavin Dutter, Skylar Burger, Reese Bechtel, Chloe Cronin, Grant Shoemaker, Gavin Smith, Payton Bidwell, Landon Choate, Niyah Zaroor, Miles Stevens, Andrew Holloway, Isaac Tews, Jace Dickens, Caleb Malone, and Kaileigh Siebertb.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Ms. Doll’s class, art; Mrs. Culpepper’s class, music; Mrs. Amy Brown’s class, PE; Mrs. Hastings’ class, computers; Ms. Harrigan’s class, library; Mrs. Florence’s class, recess; Ms. Arbisi’s, Ms. Hasek’s, Mrs. Hastings’ and Mrs. Mitchell’s classes, custodial; and Mrs. Eccles’ class, lunch.  

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.    Two hundred and eighty-one students met their reading goals.

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

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for September were Greta Hutchinson, Beka Siegenthaler, Alivia Giesbrecht, Broddy Fletcher, Angela Rodriguez, and Elliott Stone.   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 Trenton Sumner received the Service Above Self award for September.

New this year, the school is recognizing one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month.  The September trait was self control and those honored were Lilly White, Adam Danforth, Isabella Martin, Niyah Zaroor, Sydney Thresher, Jorden Lakey, Jaymie Croft, Nicole Wiggs, Kourtnee Mallatt, Kylan Allen, Aurora Darling, Elijah Fife, Coby Lacy, Darn Bormann, Samantha Claibourn, Brantley Cleveland, Jose Melgoza, Julia Davis, Anne Marie Hetherington, Heather Smith, Lucas Atchison, Elizabeth Stevens, Jackson Anderson, Braden Taylor, and Andrew Pyle.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The September recipients were Jaxsyn Little, Thaddeus DeVenney, Xayne Lindsey, Brenden Stewart, Ever Loeffel, Ray Sharp, James Bailey, Christian Crook, Brody Sage, Evan Wright, Lorelai Devine, Corbin Caves, Ava Thornton, Kage Williams, Gunner Johnson, Ellie Devine, Nick Rogers, Sam Parvin, Kohen Mathis, Justin Claibourn, Ethan Robling, Hudson Kanenbley, Lydia Perretti, and Riley Julien.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Ms. Rivera’s class, art; Mr. Burasco’s class, music; Ms. Doll’s class, PE; Mrs. Culpepper’s class, computers; Mrs. Schenker’s class, library; Mrs. Hopper’s class, recess; Mrs. Durnell’s class, custodial; and Mrs. Nofsinger’s class, lunch.  

Bus drivers also selected students for good behavior awards and those recipients were Kaybren Clark, Garrit Gilmore, Sara Shumway, Corbin Cave, and Conner McCracken.

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

October
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on  Friday, November 2. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Two students from each grade are named Wildcats of the Month.  Those honored as Wildcats of the Month for October were Kaydence Gamphor, Macie Cummins, Lucas Grah, Amise Herriman, and Chase Dunsmore-Walker.   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 Taylor Hollingsworth received the Service Above Self award for October.

During the assembly, one student from each class who demonstrates the character trait of the month is recognized.  The October trait was responsibility and those honored were Daynelle Brewster, LJ Bragg, Ruby Aubrecht, Annie Wolff, Avery Barker, Aytilaradee Khieu, Zada Gibson, Alexa Shelton, Andrew Forbes, Trey Mason, Jonathan Pieratt, Christian Torres, Olivia Conran, Gracelynn Davidson, Domonick Brandes, Zach Costello, Jaxon Lindsay, Alex Bollinger, Mason Ryberg, Layla Brittin, Sophia Chastain, Bryer Witherspoon, and Kynzlee Smith.

The school also recognizes the Mathematician of the Month and one student from each classroom receives this honor.  The October recipients were Cora Garrison, Brooklyn Venchus, Hero McCoy, Brooklyn Johnson, Harper Gilmore, Brenton Barker, Ayden Crawford, Khloe Green, Jaymie Croft, Dustin Cochran, Maia Evans, Ainsley Obermiller, Ralina Hensley-Hunter, Ehlias Lemka, Peyton Kincaide, Lyla Knox, Sicily Carter, Harper Branham, Rachel Tilghman, Breonna Johnson, Christopher Erickson, Elissa Busby, and Dawson Jones.

Classes were recognized by specials teachers and support staff for good behavior in their area.  Those honorees were Ms. Harrigan’s class, art; Ms. Rivera’s class, music; Mrs. Hopper’s class, PE; Ms. Arbisi’s class, computers; Mrs. Brown’s class, library; Mr. Burasco’s class, recess; Mrs. Nofsinger’s, Mrs. Hammond’s, and Mrs. Schenker’s class, custodial; and Mrs. Culpepper’s class, lunch.  

Bus drivers also selected students for good behavior awards and those recipients were Raziah Argo, Daemien McNulty, Hailey Mercer, Koley Helm, Jeordie Marcusson, Alexa Shelton, Kinsley Smith, Garrit Gilmore, Elijah Fife, Aubrey Burkhart, Peyton Kincaide, Zach Costello, and Arabella McKinley.

Students who met the monthly attendance goal of 95% and reading goals were also recognized at the assembly.    Two hundred and ninety-nine students met their reading goals.