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SMS January Students of the Month announced

Pictured are the January Somerset Middle School Students of the Month, including: Cecelia Richert, Dane Gilewski, Ava Hoff, Alyssa Plantenberg, Aiden Kaczmarek, Natalie Hansen, Jacob Hall, Madison Fox, Emily Saiko, MyKenzie Leccia and Madison Miller. Not pictured is Aiden Ballard. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia

Cecelia Richert works hard to meet and exceed expectations in the classroom. Cece looks to help other students with their learning, and she works to improve the classroom environment.

Dane Gilewski is a wonderful young man who truly is a great example of someone who is a Top 20 Thinker! Dane is a great role model for his classmates to follow! Dane always is "on" in the classroom — meaning he participates in class discussions, works hard to get work done and done well, and remains focused on getting to work. All of this is done with a cheerful demeanor. Dane is an asset to our class and to Somerset Middle School.

Ava Hoff is a joy to have in the classroom! Her bubbly personality and delightful smile make her someone that others want to be around. Ava is a hard worker who is focused on learning as much as she possibly can while she is here at school. She will go far in life and we can't wait to see what is in store for her as she grows into adulthood! Ava is an asset to our class and to Somerset Middle School.

Alyssa Plantenberg always comes to class prepared, sets high standards, and treats her classmates with courtesy and respect. She has a great attitude and always puts forth her best effort. Alyssa is a role model to other students in the class. Thanks for being such a great person and student, Alyssa!

Aiden Kaczmarek strives to do his best each and every day. He always has a smile on his face when he comes into class and continues to wear that smile throughout the day. Aiden is helpful to those around him and he is always very respectful of all adults and students. Thanks for always striving to do your best, Aiden!

Natalie Hansen's positive attitude and strong work ethic make her a joy to teach. She pays close attention to details and makes sure that her daily work is not only accurate, but also meticulously neat and of the utmost quality. Thank you, Natalie, for your consistent hard work and enthusiasm toward learning!

Jacob Hall works very hard in class to complete all assignments and activities. He is polite to his teachers and classmates, and he consistently demonstrates high levels of effort in his work. In addition, he is a fun and enthusiastic student who participates well in discussion and group work. He is a joy to have in class!

Madison Fox is a hard working, friendly student who cares about those around her. She communicates "You Matter" with her smile and her cooperative, fun manner. Madison works well with her classmates and her teachers. She stands out because she is respectful and helps all of us here at SMS to succeed! Congratulations Madison!

Emily Saiko is a kind-hearted person who is always willing to help those around her. When Emily sees a problem she tries to find a way to fix the problem, even if she was not directly involved. Emily is also a very hard working student that continually gives her best effort on everything that she does. Emily embodies what it means to be a Somerset Spartan!

MyKenzie Leccia is a compassionate, kind, and caring person. MyKenzie is a consistent and diligent student who is always eager to help others learn. Thank you, MyKenzie!

Aiden Ballard is an excellent student. He works very hard on his school work and puts great effort into doing well in his classes. Aiden is always kind and friendly with his peers and with adults. He's very well behaved and respectful. Aiden also participates well in class. Keep up the good work, Aiden!

Madison Miller displays consistent hard working character. Madison puts her best effort on assessments as well as day-to-day assignments. She treats all those around her with kindness and respect. Madison is ever mindful of her contribution to our school community.

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