Brownstown recognizes Students of the Month



A girl and two boys have earned the title of Brownstown Central Community School Corp. Student of the Month.

During a board of school trustees meeting Tuesday night conducted via Zoom, each of the school principals read a nomination letter while a picture of the student holding their certificate was shown.

Students and their family members typically would attend the meeting to be recognized, but that’s not occurring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Brownstown Elementary School’s Little Brave of the Month for good character is third-grader Gracie Singer, a student in Jessica Turner’s class.

"She is completely deserving," Turner wrote in her nomination letter, which was read by Principal Chrystal Street. "She is a wonderful student, always does her best and respects her classmates. Gracie is one of our classroom’s student council representatives, and she earned that title because of how she presents herself. Gracie is a marvelous young lady, and I’m excited to see where her future takes her."

Brownstown Central Middle School’s Student of the Month is seventh-grader Jace Reaser. The seventh grade teachers said he consistently models the school’s three R’s: Respect, responsibility and resourcefulness.

"He is respectful to his teachers and fellow students, both inside and outside the classroom," the teachers wrote in their nomination letter, read by Principal Doug McClure.

They said Reaser is a pleasure to have in class because he is pleasant, kind and helpful to others.

"Jace also demonstrates responsibility and maturity each day at BCMS," the teachers wrote. "He excels in the classroom by always participating in class, completing assigned work on time and asking questions when necessary. Jace is a resourceful student who consistently finds a way to overcome any challenge he encounters. When given a new project or assignment, he is always willing to do his best and complete what is asked of him."

Outside the classroom, Reaser is a member of the school’s tennis team.

"With his positive personality and creative nature, Jace has a bright future ahead of him," the teachers said.

The Brownstown Central High School Student of the Month for social studies is junior Grant Elliott. His school activities include tennis, student council and the Academic Super Bowl social studies team. He serves as the junior class president.

Elliott also is very involved in local politics, including working as a judge at a polling location in Brownstown for the Nov. 3 general election.

Due to his interest in history and politics, Elliott recently was selected as one of three BCHS juniors to represent the school at the upcoming Richard Lugar Symposium.

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