WMHS names students of the quarter

SOQNine Watertown-Mayer High School students were selected as Students of the Quarter for fourth quarter.

Emma Grant, Jacob Oak, and Isabelle Hausladen were named Freshmen Students of the Quarter.  Grant was selected for her work in English 9 where Ms. Warren commented, “Emma has a willingness to assist her peers; she takes the time to help another student understand an assignment or a concept covered in class.  This is what a true classroom community is all about!”

Oak is being recognized for excellence in ninth grade General Science. Mr. Bosquez noted, “Jacob is a very hard working and charismatic student. He is always striving to do the best that he can.”

Finally, Hausladen was selected for her work in Social 9. Mr. Olson was especially impressed with her work on the Supreme Court Trial Simulation.

“Belle did a fantastic job taking the facts from a Supreme Court Case, breaking them down, applying Constitutional Principles, and then analyzing which side should have won the case,” he said.

Anna Phearman, Austin Hausladen, and Jack Wedlund  were selected as the Sophomore Students of the Quarter. Phearman received the award for her work in Concert Band.

“Anna has gone above-and-beyond in concert band this spring,” band director Betsy McCann said. “She has put in many hours of extra work organizing and leading a project for her band classmates.”

Hausladen was chosen for his success in Landscaping.  Mr. Kocherer believes that Austin is very deserving of this honor

“Austin works hard, completes his work, and always is available to help others,” Mr. Kocherer said. “He shows excellent character.”

The third sophomore Student of the Quarter is Jack Wedlund, who was nominated by Ms. Pfeffer-Dittes for his contributions in Spanish II.

“Jack has a wonderful ability to remember vocab and grammar, and he is always willing to use the language,” Pfeffer-Dittes said. “Jack has shown exceptional progress and potential for learning Spanish.”

Finally, the Junior Students of the Quarter are Elizabeth Miller, Nicholas DeNomme, and Alissa Thaemert.

Miller’s nomination comes in Speech Communication with Ms. Sieling.

“Liz is an organized, thorough, and polished speaker in Speech class,” Sieling said. “It is obvious that she plans and practices her presentations carefully.”

DeNomme was nominated by Ms. Fiscus for his work in Computer Programming.

“Nick has taken the programs we are writing and gone to the next level, always pushing himself and the people he works with to learn more,” Fiscus said. “He makes his programs as efficient and user friendly as possible.”

Thaemert’s award is due to her strong work in Algebra III with Mr. Rosholt.

“Alissa is a quiet student but she completes all her work in a timely manner, participates well in class, and earns consistently high scores,” Rosholt said.