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Sidney Middle/Senior High School September Students of the Month


October 27, 2021 | View PDF

The Monthly Performance Award acknowledges other criteria as well as achievement. These criteria are:

1. Superior academic performance, (or), dramatic improvement of classroom work, G.P.A. or attitude toward learning.

2. Exceptional work effort toward a particular class project.

3. Outstanding Contribution to the class.

4. Leadership exhibited in the class/school.

5. Citizenship emphasized and modeled.

6. Service to school.

Recognized for the September 2021 Performance Awards are:

7th Grade – Jordynn Schnell

Jordynn Schnell has a positive attitude and gives her best every day. She is a positive leader in the classroom both by leading by example and working with students effectively. Jordynn currently has all A’s and is motivated to be successful.  Jordynn is the daughter of Jarrod and Tara Schnell.

8th Grade - Reece Currier

Reece Currier has been selected as Sidney Middle School’s 8th grade student of the month for September.  Reece was selected for her excellent work ethic and positive attitude.  She works very hard in class and takes her school work seriously which shows in her academic success.  Reece sets a quiet example for others to follow and is an excellent role model.  She is always pleasant and respectful to teachers and her fellow students. For all of her positive attributes, Reece is an excellent choice to represent Sidney Middle School’s student of the month. Reece is the daughter of Paul and Ann Currier.

9th Grade - Nevaeh Killham

Naveah Killham is a conscientious, hard-working, kind hearted student and peer. Naveah was nominated for her Academic Performance, Classroom Effort and positive attitude. She participates in Jiu Jitsu and plays the guitar. She started working at Fanny’s Fruit Farm in October of this year. Navaeh would like to be a photographer when she gets older. Navaeh is the daughter of Megan Myers and Greg Killham.

10th Grade – Sidney Allard

Sidney has demonstrated great leadership qualities in serving as a role model amongst her peers. Not only does she always complete her coursework to a high standard of excellence, but she is often seen pushing or assisting others in their own educational pursuits. Sidney’s character, positive attitude and caring demeanor are truly stand out qualities worthy of high praise and recognition. Sidney is involved in 4-H and FFA showing cattle competitively throughout the state of Nebraska and has a small herd of show cattle which she wants to continue to grow. Sidney is also on the Sidney Trap team and hunts with her dad. She plans on attending Kansas State and majoring in Animal Science with a minor in Bovine Reproduction. After graduation she wants to attend Kansas State School of Veterinary Medicine with hopes of becoming a Bovine Embryologist. Sidney is the daughter of Kent and Becky Allard.

11th Grade – Riley Hardin

Riley always shows up to class ready to learn. No matter the classroom circumstances he shows a willingness that is unmatched by his peers.  He is in band, choir, show choir one act, and involved in the Upper room youth group. Riley currently works as a custodian for the Middle School.  His hobbies include cleaning and playing video games.  Riley considers himself to be a hard working student who cares about his future success. He would like to go to South Dakota Mines and become an Engineer or an Electrician. Riley is the son of Rachel Anne Hardin.

12th Grade – Saria Calvin

Saria is a great student! She serves as a leader in the classroom by volunteering for special projects and taking on new tasks. She always brings a positive attitude and is a great role model. She is kind, respectful, motivated and resourceful in everything she does. Saria is involved in National Honor Society, RaiderMade, Mock Trial, Mentoring and Tutoring for Unified Raiders. Saria is currently employed at House of Flowers. Some of her hobbies are kayaking, hiking, playing with her dog, and working in her garden.  Saria plans to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln next fall and major in Business Administration. Following graduation she plans to go to Law School.


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