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Monthly Award Winners

February
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, March 33. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Third grader Alden Davis received the Service Above Self Award from the Harrisonville Rotary Club. Each month, the Rotary Club will recognize one student at HES for their work in helping others.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month. The character trait for February was kindness and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Ruby Aubrecht, Salvador Lara, Bailey Holland, Lucas Turner, Memo Ramirez, and Raegan Smith. The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

Students who met their reading goal for January and those who met the attendance goal of 95% were also recognized at the assembly. Mrs. Schweigerdt’s class was honored as the classes with the most students achieving 95% or better attendance for the month of February.
 
January
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, February 3. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Third grader Kenadie Percival. received the Service Above Self Award from the Harrisonville Rotary Club. Each month, the Rotary Club will recognize one student at HES for their work in helping others.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month. The character trait for January was honesty and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Samantha Claibourn, Taylor Kanoy, Eden Thayer, Kaleb Rickey, Duncan Boyd and Andrew Taylor. The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

Students who met their reading goal for January and those who met the attendance goal of 95% were also recognized at the assembly. Mrs. Schweigerdt’s class was honored as the classes with the most students achieving 95% or better attendance for the month of January.
 
December
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, January 6. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Third grader Megan Lalman received the Service Above Self Award from the Harrisonville Rotary Club. Each month, the Rotary Club will recognize one student at HES for their work in helping others.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month. The character trait for December was generosity and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Willa Kirschner, Olivia Gurrola, Blayne Martin, Bailey Sanders, Seth Estes, and Garrit Gilmore. The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

Students who met their reading goal for December and those who met the attendance goal of 95% were also recognized at the assembly. Mr. Burasco’s class was honored as the classes with the most students achieving 95% or better attendance for the month of December.
 
November
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, December 2. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Third grader Chasity Black received the Service Above Self Award from the Harrisonville Rotary Club. Each month, the Rotary Club will recognize one student at HES for their work in helping others.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month. The character trait for November was Self Control and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Kaydence Gamphor, Bentley Mitchell, Jacob Bellamy, Adrianna Chamberlain, Ryder Schenker, and Dyllan Hembree. The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.

Bright Futures Harrisonville also recognized first grader Kennedy Middleton as the Mini Ambassador of the Month for November. She collected snacks for the HES snack pantry and nurse’s office at her birthday party instead of gifts.

Students who met their reading goal for November and those who met the attendance goal of 95% were also recognized at the assembly. Mrs. Saffell’s and Mrs. Holman’s classes were honored as the classes with the most students achieving 95% or better attendance for the month of November. 
 
 
October
Harrisonville Elementary School students were honored at an assembly on Friday, November 11. The school hosts monthly assemblies to recognize student accomplishments.

Students who exhibit the character trait of the month are named Wildcats of the Month. The character trait for October was Responsibility and those honored as Wildcats of the Month were Adelaide Wolf, Mason Ryberg, Emma Allee, Danny Anderson, Billy King and Gabrielle Vaughn. The honored students received a certificate and a t-shirt from the Harrisonville Police Department.
 
The award for Service Above Self was awarded to third grade student Elizabeth Pruett.

Students with perfect attendance of 100% for the first quarter of school were recognized at the assembly.  Also recognized were students who met the attendance goal of 95% for the month of October. 




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