ELC Schools Recognize Students For Wisdom & Humility

Lynea Schnoes

Lynea Schnoes

Lower Elementary Student of the Month

Wisdom & Humility  May 2019

 

Lynea is 6 yrs. old and  in Mrs. Laabs Kindergarten classroom this year at Demoney Elementary.

 

Lynea is the daughter of Elizabeth DeWitt and Michael Schnoes.

 

She has an older sister Kaylee and an older brother Matthew.

 

Lynea has many interests including:  playing with friends, playing soccer and basketball, and playing games with her family.

 

Quotes from staff/teachers: Lynea is a leader in the classroom when it comes to learning, problem-solving, and how she treats everyone.  Lyena learns from her mistakes, and takes responsibility for her actions.


Trait Information:  

Lynea was chosen by her grade level to represent the character trait WISDOM AND HUMILITY due to her actions in school and in the community.  

 

When they grow up what they want to be:  veterinarian

Advice for other students:  Be kind to everyone.

How they felt when they heard they received student of the month:  really happy


The ELC School District, KILR, and the community of Estherville would like to thank LYNEA for being a person of character and leadership!

Kacie Brechwald

Kacie Brechwald 

Upper Elementary Student of the Month

Wisdom & Humility  May 2019

 

Kacie is  9 yrs. old and  in Ms. Frederick’s  4th grade classroom this year at Demoney Elementary.

 

Kacie is the daughter of Travis and Mindy Brechwald.

 

She has two younger sisters, Kallie who is in preschool and Kaiya who is in 1st grade this year.

 

Kacie  has many interests including gymnastics and dance.


Quotes from staff/teachers:  I’m so lucky to have Kacie in my class.  She is a very caring person to ALL students.  She is a great role model.

 

Kacie was chosen by her grade level to represent the character trait  WISDOM AND HUMILITY due to her actions in school and in the community because she tends to build up other students and puts them before herself.   

  

When they grow up what they want to be: A teacher

Advice for other students: Get your work done on time

How they felt when they heard they received student of the month: excited

What (this month’s trait) means to them-who taught it to them, how they learned it, etc. Not bragging about yourself

Why they think they got nominated: Not sure

What will their parents say when they hear you are the student of the month: They will be very proud

Favorite part of school: Specials and reading


The ELC School District, KILR, and the community of Estherville would like to thank KACIE for being a person of character and leadership!

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