Congratulations to Plymouth High School senior Kiley Weiss, junior Gabby Ruiz, sophomore Mandi Daugherty and freshman Makayla Wilson for being chosen for the PHS First Federal Savings Bank students of the Month of October. The awards were announced last week during homeroom.
All four students received a $10 gift cards to restaurants of their choice courtesy of First Federal Savings Bank.
Plymouth High School English and Yearbook Teacher Amy Schmeltz nominated senior Kiley Weiss for the PHS Student of the Month award. “I can’t imagine what my day would be like without Kiley at school. She works diligently to lead yearbook staff members. Always ready to help, she is patient, calm, and is always thinking about ways to make her teammates on staff successful, providing suggestions and guidance to help them complete their work in the most effective way. She leads by example, and never hesitates to ask when she has questions, as she is so conscientious and strives for perfection,” said Schmeltz.
PHS Psychology Teacher David Hatcher nominated junior Gabby Ruiz for the PHS Student of the Month award. Hatcher said, “Gabby did an amazing job on her “Brain” and “Sensation & Perception” AP Psychology Tests, earning a perfect score on both! Great job, Gabby, I’m proud of you!”
Plymouth High School Science Teacher Lori McClellan nominated sophomore Mandi Daugherty for the PHS Student of the Month award. “Mandi earned a 99% for the first nine weeks in Earth Space Science and for the second quarter she earned an A as well. She always goes way above average! She is a hard worker who enjoys learning! Mandi is always willing to help others and is an excellent role model,” said McClellan.
Weidner School of Inquiry @PHS Global Perspectives Teacher Jacob Singleton nominated freshman Makayla Wilson for the PHS Student of the Month award. “Makayla comes to our Global Perspectives class every day with a positive attitude and works extremely hard. She is also one of the kindest people I have ever met and always looks out for others. She is truly special,” said Singleton.