Three Thunder Mountain High School students were recognized for the month of November.
Junior Radames Bradley Merado-Barbosa was nominated by Marcus Blankenship, a social studies.
“Bradley contributes to class in a positive way everyday,” Blankenship said. “He always adds something to what is being discussed. He is thoughtful and sincere, and generally a positive person. His work demonstrates critical reading, writing and thinking skills. Bradley is an all-around excellent student and a pleasure to teach.
Junior Allen Cook was nominated by Janna Lelchuk, a Russian teacher.
“Allen is in Russian 3 class,” Lelchuk said. “His progress in Russian is amazing. This year Allen is in top of everything! Allen really enjoys learning Russian and it comes easy for him. I told him he could work for CIA and make a great spy!”
Junior Allyson Strong was nominated by Lai Hinckle, a math teacher.
“Helps others in calculus class,” Hinckle said. “Does all of the assigned problems even though not part of the grade. She is the best TA I have ever seen. Helps students in my Precalculus class. Has an A+ attitude … great attendance.”
Sophomore Lillian Bannerman was nominated by Gretchen Kriegmont, a social studies teacher.
“Lillian shows such promise and potential in academics,” Kriegmont said. “Her attention to detail, thoughtful work and insights are a welcome addition to the classroom. Lillian cares about knowledge and learning and strives for excellence. Bravo!”