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Congratulations to December Students of the Month


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Stillman Valley High School recently chose their December Students of the Month.  Teachers nominated students who stood out for a variety of reasons.  Several students were nominated, and the administration chose one from each class.  

Representing the freshman class is Nate Youman.  He is an incredibly hard worker who always comes to class prepared and actively participates.  Furthermore, Nate is helpful to others and continually puts his best foot forward.  

Representing the sophomore class is Jacob Hannebaum.  He pays close attention to details, is responsible, and he takes his classes seriously.  In addition to all this, Jacob displays great enthusiasm and a drive to learn more.  

Representing the junior class is Noah Wenberg.  He has put forth great effort in all of his classes, making dramatic progress and improvement.  Furthermore, he is an incredibly kind and respectful student, who always is willing to help students who are struggling with a concept or lesson.  

Representing the senior class is Emily Ogden.  She exhibits a distinguished level of maturity and takes responsibility of her own education.  Additionally, Emily is not afraid to seek help when needed and always takes the opportunity to improve her skill set.  

For all their hard work, dedication to service, and motivation, these students received a $25 VISA gift card from our local Stillman Bank, and also a gift basket from the SVHS administration.

Congratulations to all the December Students of the Month!

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Stillman Valley High School 425 South Pine St. Stillman Valley, IL  61084

815-645-2230 Fax: 815-645-8145

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