BROWNSTOWN — Three Brownstown Central Community School Corp. students girls were recognized as Students of the Month on Monday during a school board meeting at the middle school.
Those recognized were sophomore Chloe Wagner, eighth-grader Claire Young and fourth-grader Kylee Haynes.
Brownstown Central High School Principal Joe Sheffer said teacher Sharon DeHart had chosen Wagner as Brave of the Month.
“Chloe is a student who demonstrates respect, hard work and dependability,” DeHart wrote. “Chloe’s work ethic in the classroom is directly related to her maintaining a 3.23 GPA. To accompany her classroom character, Chloe also is a caring and kindhearted young lady. She is always willing to lend a helping hand, and she brightens everyone’s day with a smile.”
Brownstown Elementary School Principal Marty Young introduced Haynes, who was chosen as the Little Brave of the Month for respect by her teacher, Allison Wheeler.
“Kylee is a cheerful, kind and caring young lady,” Wheeler wrote. “She treats her classmates, teachers and staff with respect. She considers the feelings of other people and feels like all people are important. Kylee works hard and makes sure she completes and turns in all her assignments on a daily basis and listens to others in the classroom while they are talking. She also obeys all of the rules of BES and showing respect for her school. She does all this with a positive attitude and a smile on her face.”
Young said he just wanted to add Kylee is a joy to have in the school, and she is a very respectful young lady who is a great classroom leader.
“She has impressed me on several occasions with her willingness to help others and is always pleasant to be around,” he said. “Kylee is always fun to joke around with and has a great sense of humor.”
Brownstown Central Middle School Principal Doug McClure introduced Young, who was selected by the school’s eighth grade teachers as Brave of the Month.
“This is what the eighth grade teachers said about Claire — diligent, genuine, kind and inquisitive. These are just a few adjectives to describe our eighth-grader Brave of the Month,” he said. “Her work shows her being a creative, inventive and perceptive thinker as well conscientious and an ambitious student.
“Claire demonstrates a high level of maturity, relating well to adults as well as to her peers. Even with her quiet demeanor, Claire is always willing to lend a helping hand to all who need it. She is well-mannered, exceptionally respectful, driven to do her best and sets a great example for other students. What really sets Claire apart is her infectious smile and positive personality.”
McClure said while Claire has a quiet demeanor, she also has a demanding type of personality.
“You know when she’s in the room. You know she is working hard,” he said. “You know her fellow students respect her very much.”