Emma Slick has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Student of the Month for the senior class. Emma is active at Randolph Southern in FFA and Student Council. Outside of school she is active as a 10 year 4-H member. During her school day, Emma is a cadet for the office. Emma is always willing to help with any task asked of her. She has become the master of the water coolers during this year of Covid. She is friendly to all who enter the office and always willing to lend a helping hand. I can not wait to see what Emma’s future holds.
Mrs. Tracy Chambers
Grace Watson has been chosen as the Randolph Southern Student of the Month for the junior class. Grace is very active at Randolph Southern and in the Lynn Community. Grace is on the RS basketball team, and is very active in FFA and FCA. She is also a member of the foreign language club, National Honor Society, student council, and is active in her church’s youth group. Even with all of her extracurriculars, Grace continues to perform at the top of her class academically. Grace is a stellar example of what it means to be a Rebel, and you can see it in anything she does. Grace’s plans after high school include attending college and pursuing a career in law. We are proud of you Grace, and can not wait to see what your future holds!
Mrs. Shianna Fry
Bobbie Reece has been selected as Student of the Month for the sophomore class. While Bobbie can be very quiet in the classroom, this semester she has become quite vocal. She has done a fantastic job not only in our discussions, asking some in depth questions, but her participation in reading a Shakespearean play recently was superb. In her free time Bobbie helps her little cousin, and sometimes babysits. She likes to help people when she can. Bobbie, keep up the good work, I can’t wait to see what all you accomplish.
Mrs. Brittany Cash
Kobe Johnson has been selected as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the freshman grade. Kobe is part of the varsity track team as a shot put and discus thrower. This is his first year participating and he is having a great time throwing for the team. Kobe also does a great job in the classroom, finishing and completing his work on time. In Intro to Construction class, Kobe is always doing his best to help his peers or assist Mr. Stephan with any task or work that needs to be done. Kobe is a great student in class and he always has a smile on his face. I am happy to have Kobe as a student in my class and I believe he has a bright and promising future ahead of him.
Mr. Jerimy Stephan
Alexis Stump has been selected as the Randolph Southern eighth grade student of the month. Alexis is hard-working, great at following directions, and always willing to help others. Outside of the classroom, she is involved in Junior National Honor Society, student council, tennis, and dance. After high school Alexis wants to become a teacher, at which I believe she will be great. I am excited to see what the future holds for Alexis and wish her the best!
Ms. Lauren Day
Trenton Gullett has been chosen as the Randolph Southern student of the month for the seventh grade. Trenton plays video games and loves baseball. Trenton practices baseball every day that he can. He mentioned he loves to sleep but thankfully I have never seen him asleep in my class. Trenton is a great, hardworking student who looks to be challenged and gets along well with just about everyone around him. He seems to be a wonderfully well rounded kid. I believe he has a very bright future ahead of him and look forward to seeing him progress.
Mr. Nick Miller