Ten Watertown-Mayer High School students were selected as Students of the Quarter for 1st Quarter.
Sage Maas and Charles Chadwick were named Freshmen Students of the Quarter. Sage was selected for her work in English 9 where Ms. Warren commented, “Sage is a dedicated and focused student who always participates well in class discussion.” Charles is being recognized for excellence in Algebra 2 due to his great questioning skills and persistence in solving problems. Ms. Fiscus added, “Charles is also very willing to help others through leading them to successful problem solving as well.”
Kylie DoBrava and Wyatt Tatge were selected as the Sophomore Students of the Quarter. Kylie was chosen for her creativity in Interior Design, and Ms. Albitz explained that, “Kylie worked very hard on all of her projects. She showed great attention to detail and craftsmanship. Her designs were doable and would improve the spaces they chose.” Wyatt received the award for his work in Biology A. Ms. Ertl stated, “Wyatt combined a positive attitude, enthusiasm for class and diligence to complete all tasks for a great first quarter performance in Biology.”
The Junior Students of the Quarter are Jaime Johnson and Ryan Johnson. Jaime was nominated for her work in Concert Band. Mr. McKnight praised her work, saying, “Jaime has been a great example for other students in the class this quarter. She is always prepared and motivated to do well.” Ryan’s nomination comes in Speech with Ms. Sieling. “Ryan’s speeches were well-planned, well-practiced, and always interesting. The class thoroughly enjoyed his presentations!”
Finally, the Senior Students of the Quarter are Megan McCain, Matt Henderson, Cole Thaemert, and Zach Zuelzke. Recognition for Megan comes from her composition skills in CIS Writing with Ms. Sieling who commented, “Megan was a strong writer and did well on all her papers, but her Ethnography was particularly interesting. She and her writing partner definitely moved outside their comfort zone in observing and writing about a subculture with which they were unfamiliar.” Matt Henderson, Cole Thaemert, and Zach Zuelzke were selected for going above and beyond in the dugout project on the HS grounds. Mr. Erickson complimented them by noting, “They were extremely hard workers who put in the extra effort needed to get the project done in time.”