Teachers choose outstanding students

John Eaton, Reporter

Every term, teachers throughout the school nominate a student for the Outstanding Student award. These students range from Sophomores to Seniors, and the award is stressed as non-academic. A total of 90 students were nominated from third term by teachers. The outstanding students award is based on student behavior and work ethic, not on academic performance.

The attributes that teachers look for include students that: participate in class, try their best, are honest with their work, reach out to others, are enthusiastic, have a desire to learn, set goals, show respect to others, have regular attendance, are on time, resilient, and dress appropriately.

“It feels good to be nominated, even though I have no idea which of my teachers nominated me,” Sophomore Austin Ivie said.