Mr. and Mrs. Mercado with their son Brad Mercado, Lillian Bannerman, Rhonda Hickok, Allyson Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Strong.

Mr. and Mrs. Mercado with their son Brad Mercado, Lillian Bannerman, Rhonda Hickok, Allyson Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Strong.

TMHS November student recognitions

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!”

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