Bryce Dalzell-Jenkins has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s senior student of the month for March. Bryce has shown tremendous effort throughout his high school career. He has achieved a 3.25 GPA, and is currently ranked #8 in his class while taking a difficult class load including multiple AP classes. In addition, Bryce is a member of the Boys Basketball Team, Boys Baseball Team, Student Council, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, and he is a Class Officer. After high school, Bryce plans to attend IU East and Purdue. He will study Pharmaceutical Science, and he plans on becoming a Pharmacist once he completes the program. Bryce is a great example for students because of his hard work and determination. When Bryce has been faced with obstacles, he has proven time and again that he is an overcomer.
Mr. Robert Mangus
Rabeckah Meiring has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s sophomore student of the month for March. Rabeckah joined Geometry part way through the school year and has excelled at every topic we have covered. She shows up ready to learn every day, participates and regularly asks questions to ensure she masters the material we are learning. Rabeckah is also involved in band, where she plays the clarinet, but also dabbles in other instruments. After high school, Rabeckah plans to attend Penn State to study criminology. Her goal is to work for the FBI as a profiler.
Mr. Chad Wilson
Alexia Wilmoth has been chosen as Randolph Southern’s 8th grade student of the month. Lexie is a girl who seems to always have a smile on her face. She has been staying on top of her work load and always looking for ways to improve. In her spare time, Lexie likes to dance and hang out with her friends. Lexie is interested in fashion design and wants to go to college at Ball State. Keep working hard Lexie!
Mrs. Chelsea Pruitt
Haley Hinshaw has been chosen as the Randolph Southern junior student of the month for March. Haley is an excellent student with a busy schedule. Not only is she enrolled in AP and honors classes, she is also involved in several school teams and clubs. Haley plays on Southern’s golf team in the fall. She is a member of FFA, student council, and National Honor Society. She is also a co-editor of the school’s yearbook, and she is an important member of several academic teams. Haley has dedicated many years to 4H. She loves raising, nurturing, and showing pigs. Somehow with this busy schedule, she manages to find time to work at Arby’s. Haley has a bright future which will include college and a possible career in the field of agriculture.
Mrs. Sarah Reed
Callum Tutt has been chosen as the Randolph Southern freshman student of the month for March. Callum completes his work, is respectful, follows directions well in the classroom, and is kind to his peers. Callum’s grades are fantastic! Callum runs track here at Randolph Southern. After high school, Callum would like to be an astrophysicist, or maybe a game designer. Reach for the stars, Callum, and keep up the good work!
Ms. Penny Ashbaugh
Mahlon Gilbert has been chosen as the March Seventh Grade Student of the Month. Mahlon has recently been afforded some autonomy with ceramics and has taken full advantage of that opportunity making numerous constructions. Maylon’s extra curricular activities include wrestling and baseball. Mahlon’s’s perseverance in making and refining his work with enthusiasm is what art is about. I do look forward to seeing Mahlon’s in the art room to continue making.
Mr. Justin Walker