Middle School students picked for February
Warm Springs Middle School and the 127th Air National Guard announce their students of the month for February.
The sixth grade teams have given this month's nod to Michael Jenkins and Josh Younker. Jenkins, who is the son of Kandy Kulus, is an excellent role model for his peers. Academically he is successful because he tries hard, is organized, and stays on task. His behavior is great. He helps others and is always courteous and respectful to his peers and teachers.
Younker is the son of Quay and April Younker. He is a great addition to any classroom. He works cooperatively with others and always does what is asked of him. His kindness and good behavior is reflected throughout all of his classes. He is a hard worker and consistently strives for success.
The seventh grade teams have selected Loguen McKee and Leah Kidwell. McKee, the son of Antony and Erin McKee, is a lively student who is eager to participate in class discussions and friendly debates. His motivation has landed him a place in advanced math and language classes. He is also involved in many extracurricular activities from writing in the school newspaper to football and wrestling. His enthusiasm for academics and sports makes him a well-rounded role model for his peers.
Kidwell is the daughter of Ronald and Debra Kidwell. She is a pleasant young lady who is a joy to have in class. She's prepared, organized, and responsible at all times. She also always has a willingness to help out.
The eight grade teams have chosen Jay Hess and Stephanie Price. Hess is the son of James and Julie Hess. He is hard working student that has shown consistent great improvement throughout this year. He has dedicated himself to getting good grades and being prepared for high school.
Price, who is the daughter of Kevin and Susan Price, always has a smile on her face and a kind word ready. She works extremely hard in class and is an excellent model for other students to follow in both academics and personality.