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MARQUETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Starting with the week of October 4, 2013, we began a new program honoring Mrs. Ohlman, who was the principal of Marquette Elementary School during 1966-1985.  One student in our school is chosen to be “Student of the Week”.  The student is chosen by their teacher. Each week, a different class and grade has the honor of selecting one student.  The student will have their picture taken and placed in the plaque in the front foyer.

Quentin was chosen as the "Golden Rule Student of the Week" for March 18-22, 2019.  This is what Miss Look had to say about Quentin:

We are excited to be able to celebrate one special kiddo from our class.  Listen carefully, you might just be able to figure out who it is.
Q is for questioner.  He tries his very best, but when he needs help he is not afraid to ask.
U is for unique.  He is one of a kind, and we are so very glad he came to our school this year.
E is for excellent.  He is an excellent reader and has been working very hard to meet his AR goal this quarter.
N is for neat.  He always keeps his space clean and his supplies organized so he can find what he needs for the next activity.
T is for talented.  He is a wonderful illustrator as well as a great storyteller.
I is for incredible.  He is an incredible boy! He does his best to be responsible, respectful, and ready to learn.
N is for nice.  He is kind to others.  He always has a kind word to say or a smile to give. 
Did you figure out who it is?
Our student of the week is Quentin

Henry was chosen as the "Golden Rule Student of the Week" for March 11-15, 2019.  This is what Mrs. Patterson had to say about Henry:

My choice for student of the week was an easy one.

This boy gives the best bear hugs and is a lot of fun!
He loves math as much as I do, which I think is really cool.
He’s always respectful, responsible, and ready for school.
He is helpful, kind, and a great friend to all.
He follows the rules in the classroom, as well as the hall.
He has made so much progress and I don’t have any fear,
that he will do a fantastic job in second grade, next year!
Congratulations Henry, you are the student of the week!

Aiden was chosen as the "Golden Rule Student of the Week" for February 25-March 1, 2019. 
This is what Mrs. Keck had to say about Aiden:

Wow, is it ever hard to pick a student of the week when I have such an awesome class but here it goes.  This sweet boy usually tries his best.  He is very kind to others.  He is quick to help clean up the classroom and offer to help others.  He tries very hard to listen when the teacher is talking.  He turns his work in on time.  He doesn't mind waiting his turn or letting others go first.   He is a blessing to have in class and I am proud of the progress he is making.  My pick for student of the week is Aiden.    


Lainey was chosen as the "Golden Rule Student of the Week" for February 18-22, 2019. 
This is what Miss Jackson had to say about her:

This is always such a hard decision but one student in particular really is student of the week material. She is always respectful and wanting to help whether it is to help me or her classmates. She has is such a great listener and great at following directions. She has really impressed me with how far she has come in reading and writing this year! She works hard and I have really enjoyed having her in class this year! She really tries hard to get on purple every day! I am so happy to say that Lainey is my student of the week! Congratulations Lainey! You’ve worked so hard this year, I’m proud of you!

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