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(April 17, 2017) Each month, Ichabod Crane Middle School honors students that demonstrate our school district’s mission and community values. These students have been recognized by middle school teachers and staff for exemplifying what it means to be an Ichabod Crane Rider. They exhibit all-around good character, morals and demonstrate Rider values and Rider pride in the classroom, in sports, arts, music, and in the community.
Students receive a certificate, a letter from Congressman Chris Gibson and an ice cream coupon donated by Stewarts.
We are pleased to announce the Rider of the Month students for March and what teachers had to say about them.
Jonathan has had an awesome 6th grade year. He always exhibits kindness to others, adults and students. Jon has a very busy schedule. He participates in Band, 5/6 Pops and Chorus. With all this, he always mananges to keep up with his academic work with a smile. Jon helps out at home also. He is an excellent role model in school. Keep up the great work!!
Emmy is a student who strives for excellence! She will not stop improving her work until it is the absolute best that it can be. In the classroom, Emmy asks well thought out questions that challenge her classmates to a higher level of thinking. Emmy's love and talent for music is shown through her participation in 5/6 POPS and All County Band and Chorus. She is also a kind and well-spoken young person. We appreciate Emmy for her contributions to her school and to her classes.
Nathan is very deserving of this designation, as he has worked very hard all year. Nate has become a model student. He exemplifies Rider Pride, as he applies himself to every task at hand. Nathan participates frequently, is helpful in class, and he is well respected by his peers. Keep up the good work, Nate!
Ashey has been such an amazing classmate and friend. She has been so helpful in the classroom, she is always willing to do whatever is asked of her, and her attitude is greatly appreciated. Ashley's fun participation and sense of humor are also a great asset to the team. Way to go, Ashley!
Susanna's effort exceeds expectations. She asks good clarifying questions to support not only her understanding, but others around her as well. She meets challenges with force, to work through them. She is kind and encouraging. She is a great student and a great peer.
Abby is a decidated student. She demonstrates a kind and caring manner with her classmates, and tremendous effort with her school work. She strives for excellence. She is active in her extra curriculuar activities, representing D.C. Club for her homeroom.
Team 7/8 is pleased to name Corbyn as our 8th grade Rider of the Month. Corbyn strives to excel in all areas. He works hard in his academics and really takes them seriously. He is always eager to get started on the day's lesson! Most importantly, Corbyn is a really nice person. He has excellent manners and will stick up for others if he thinks they are in need. We think Corbyn is an excellent choice for Rider of the Month! Keep up the good work!
Team 7/8 is proud to name Richard as our 7th grade Rider of the Month. Richard is always willing to help others without being asked. He is a hard worker and always has his work done well & on time. Richard has a friendly and outgoing personality. Everyone enjoys his sense of humor and happy demeanor. Congratulations Richard!
Team 8P is pleased to announce that Emily has been named Rider of the Month. Emily is a conscientious, hard-working student who consistently displays a mature demeanor, to both her peers and adults. Emily is respectful of others and strives for excellence in her work. We are very proud to award Emily with this honor.
Logan is a wonderful student. He hard working and goes above & beyond in his studies. Logan is respectful and polite to his teachers and his peers. Logan sets a positive example for his classmates and will go out of his way to help others when they need it. We, his teachers, wish him a wonderful expierance in HS. We are fortunate to have him in our classes.