Every month, Ashville Elementary School recognizes a student in each class as Learning Ninjas and Rockstars.
Students in grades kindergarten through fourth grade are chosen as Learning Ninjas. Students in these grades have set learning goals for the school year. Ashville’s theme is “Be More Awesome.” Students are chosen when they display traits that will get them closer to achieving the learning goal for this year, such as attendance, effort, attitude, work ethic, and never quitting or giving up.
Fifth grade students are chosen as Fifth Grade Rockstars. They are chosen based on these four criteria: school work, teamwork, attitude and respect. Each class has a classroom management behavior chart, and students are chosen if they consistently exhibit good behavior and do not move their clip down on the chart.
Students recognized in February are (from left) bottom row, John Whitt, Elijah Lape, Carolyn Yarnell, Tessa Horsley and Logan Huggins; middle row, Cash Conrad, Jordan Munson, Nevaeh Hedrick, Luke Smith and Kyle Yarnell; top row, Abbie DeLille, Riley Dick, Sam Thompson, Ethan O’Malley and Caleb McNamara. Not pictured are Nadia Mitchell, Logan Peters and Chloe Crum.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal