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  • HHS FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

    BY DAVE MINOR

     Harrison High School continues it Character Counts Students of the Month program into its 26th year.  We thank the businesses who donete coupons to these deserving students: Jackpine Restaurant, Family Fare of Harrison, Subway of Harrison/Clare, Babe's Restaurant, Sunrise Gas Stations, Monte's Restaurant, Chartwells Food Service, Harrison Athletic Department, Dairy Queen of Harrison, and the Student Council of HHS.

    CONNER KIRBY

          Freshman Student of the Month for February at Harrison High School is Conner Kirby, son of Mike Kirby and Melissa Kirby.  His older brother is Michael, Jr., and he has a younger sister, Caitlin.  They have always lived in Harrison, and Conner was born August 30th, 2005.

          Teacher Ms. Wise says that Conner is "amazing, uses his time well and always does above and beyond work." Another teacher notes that young Mr. Kirby "has leadership abilities and sticks up for the underdog." Here at HHS, this ninth grader was on the JV football and basketball teams and is on Student Council.  Geometry and Fitness for Life are Conner's two favorite classes.  Friends include Malea Gardner, Samuel Rust, Nathan Mass, Aaron McLavy, and Jaden Smythe.

          When not at school, young Mr. Kirby enjoys playing 2K (video game) and playing basketball.  His favorite food is tacos.  "Caring, a leader, and courageous" are how this ninth grader describes himself.  "I want to go to college for Sports Medicine," writes Conner.

          Have a good next three-plus years at HHS, Conner!

     

    HAVEN RHODES

          Sophomore Haven Rhodes, daughter of Jamie Driver and Danny Rhodes, is one of our February HHS Students of the Month.  Her older sister is Braxton, married to Trenton Searight, and this tenth grader was born January 19th, 2004 and has always lived in Harrison.

          At the Hive, Mr. Paredes compliments young Miss Rhodes as "very studious and hard-working." A fellow staff member says she is "polite and respectful to all."  Favorite classes for Haven include: ELA and Creative Writing.

          As far as activities for this tenth grader, shopping and hanging out with friends such as Jaynie Hamilton, Maggie Ware, Lindsey Shaw.   This young lady enjoys eating salads and wraps, and bands Haven likes listening to are: Bring Me to the Horizon, Falling in Reverse, and Summer Walker.

          While "intelligent, organized and kind" are three adjectives Haven uses to describe herself, she lists Theodore Roosevelt's quote "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are" as an inspirational one.

          Have a nice Spring, Haven!

     

    JOHMNY DUMLAO

          Born in the Philippines January 27th, 2002, Johmny Dumlao is our junior February Character Counts Student of the Month.  His parents are Arthur and Noemie Sapp and his younger sisters are MaryRose Sapp (freshman at HHS) and Barbara Sapp (sixth grader).

          "Amazing- always prepared, engaged, focused.  He is respectful, responsible, and positive," compliments Ms. Travis.  Johmny is in the Digital Media CTE and his preferred subjects are English and science class.  Johmny was a running back on the Varsity Football Team and is a sprinter on the Track team this Spring.   "I am friends with everyone," say Johmny, a good way to be.

          For spare time activities, a young Mr. Dumlao enjoys playing video games and playing sports, while pizza and tacos are requested foods for his eleventh grader.  Johmny describes himself as "easygoing, friendly, and cooperative."

          "I plan to go to college after high school but I am undecided in what I should go in for," writes Johmny.  A quote he adheres to is: "Practice like you've never won.  Perform like you've never lost" by Bernard F. Asuncion.

          Have a good last marking period this year at Harrison High School, Johmny.

     

    PATRICIA WENTWORTH

          Born June 22nd, 2002 to Joseph and Suzy Wentworth, Patricia Wentworth is the senior Harrison High School Student of the Month for February.  Her sibling is Joey, Class of 2017 graduate, and they have always lived in our fair town.

          Here at HHS, this soon-to-be graduate "has a good work ethic, keeps up well on her assignments, and is friendly and nice to all," according to Mr. Minor.  Patricia does Digital Media CTE, NHS, and Freshman Mentoring.  Her friends here include: Macy Ecklin, Julie Brown, Alexis Head, and Chris Melnyk.

          Young Miss Wentworth enjoys reading, making bracelets, and going on walks in her spare time, and her preferred musical bands are Seventeen, The Rose, Stray Kids.  Foods Patricia likes to eat are mozzarella sticks and tacos.

          Self-described as "quiet, responsible, and respectful," Patricia plans on taking a year off after graduating this May to save up money.  "I will then go to Mid Michigan in the fall of 2021, going into the Psychology field.

          Have a good end to your senior year, Patricia!

     

     

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  • Every month Harrison High School recognizes those students who show exceptional character and a drive for success. The students need to have good attendance record and be nominated and decided upon by a panel of teachers. Several nominees are discussed but only one is granted the title of “Student of the Month.”

    Great work students! Harrison High School is proud to have representatives like you in its midst. You all set a outstanding example for us all.

    For the 25th year, HHS is honoring one student per grade for their good character, work ethic, and scholarship each month.

    The following businesses have donated coupons to reward these youngsters: Burger King of Harrison, Monte’s Restaurant, Family Fare, Mama Cillie’s, Sunrise Gas Stations, Jackpine Restaurant, Family Video of Harrison, Subway of Harrison, the Harrison Athletic Department, McDonald’s of Harrison, Chartwell’s Food Service, Little Caesar’s, and we appreciate their donating to this cause!

    Thank you very much!
    From David Minor, HHS teacher