The Mayville Middle/High School Staff is proud to announce that 8th grader Samuel Dinsmore is December’s student of the month. He is the son of Samuel Dinsmore and Jennifer Dinsmore of Mayville. Samuel has 3 siblings total which include three older sisters. The Middle/High School teacher’s decision to choose Samuel as student of the month was an easy one considering Samuel’s hard work in the classroom and dedication to his school work. Samuel is a polite student in class. He is a positive asset to the classes he is in. In Samuel’s free time he enjoys playing video games, carving wood, and watching television with his family. Samuels future plans are to go to college after graduating from Mayville High School. He is not sure what he wants to study in college yet. The Mayville Middle/High School Staff would once again like to congratulate Samuel Dinsmore on being selected as December’s student of the month!
The Mayville Middle School staff is proud to present Krystal Paul as the student of the month for December. Krystal is the daughter of Kris and Sarah Paul. Krystal has one sister, Chloe in sixth grade and a dog at home named Luna. The middle school teacher’s choice to select Krystal was obvious. Krystal is a hard worker in school and is very dedicated to being the best she can be academically and socially. Krystal is a very kind hearted young lady and has an attitude that should be a role model to her peers. Krystal is not involved in any sports at Mayville, but would be first in line should a French Club be offered. Some of Krystals hobbies and interests are vast. After school, Krystal is involved in karate. She currently has attained a green belt with white a stripe. This is no easy feat and puts her roughly halfway to being a black belt. Krystal is interested in speaking and learning French as a second language. Additionally she enjoys cooking, origami, climbing trees and creating digital art on her tablet. Krystal is not certain what career path she would like to embark on, however she did express that the digital arts interest her greatly. She is considering attending Cornerstone University as a higher education institution, she is also considering Mott Community College. As well as furthering her academic education, Krystal would also like to do some world traveling. She is very interested in exploring the jungles of the world, adding breadth to her depth of knowledge. Congratulations Krystal! The entire staff at Mayville is proud of you and looks forward to seeing where your path will lead you. Keep up the great work!
Congratulations, Arealya Gilbert, one of our 7th grade students of the month for November. Arealya’s family members are her parents Aliceia and Jerry, as well as brothers, Steven, Jerry and William. Arealya has been very conscientious with keeping her grades up, turning in her assignments and is looking forward to being exam exempt. Arealya was asked what advice she would give to other students looking for this achievement. She mentioned that paying attention in class, turning in her work on time, staying quiet and finally not distracting others are keys to her success in the classroom. Outside of school Arealya enjoys art and hanging out with friends. Her favorite subjects in school are Social Studies and Math. Areleya claims she loves learning and spending time with her friends in school. Her goals for the balance of the school year are to earn all A’s and definitely NOT to get a “write up”! In the future Areleya would like to be a Veterinarian after attending college. Congratulations Areleya on a great start to Middle School and earning student of the month accolades.
Congratulations, Kyle Holloway, one of our 7th grade students of the month for November. Kyle is the son of Jack and Rochelle Holloway. Kyle’s brothers are Jaxon, Zack and Austin. Kyle stated that listening to his teachers and taking their advice has been his key to success in school. He claims that getting his work done, paying attention and not getting in trouble have been instrumental in his accomplishments. His favorite subjects in school are Math and Science. He loves to hang out with his Mayville friends. Additionally, Kyle likes to dabble in cooking in his free time. In the future Kyle wants to become a musician and inspire people in a positive way. Congratulations Kyle on a great start to Middle School and earning student of the month honors.
Congratulations, Addison Cartner, one of our 6th grade students of the month for October. Addison is the daughter of Joseph and Holly Makin. Addison’s sisters are Hazel Gee and Ava Davis. While the transition form elementary to middle school is often a tough one for some students, Addison has enjoyed it. She has been very conscientious with following directions and doing what is expected of her. Addison was asked what advice she would give to other students looking for this achievement. Addison explains that following directions, doing what is expected, staying positive, and trying your best are key examples that lead to success in school. Her favorite subjects in school are ELA and Science. Addison claims she loves to learn new things everyday. In the future Addison believes that if she stays positive and works hard opportunities will come her way. Congratulations Addison on a great start to Middle School and earning student of the month accolades.
Congratulations, Carson Halsne, one of our 6th grade students of the month for October. Carson is the son of Doug and Jenna Halsne and the brother of Mason. While the transition from elemetary to middle school is often a tough one for some students, Carson has enhoyed it. He has been very conscientious with kepping his grades up, turning in his assignments and is looking forward to being exam exempt. Carson was asked what advice he would give to other students looking for this achievement. Carson claims that following directions, being positive and kind and finally working hard are key examples that lead to success. Outside of school Carson enjoys playing football and hanging out with friends. His favorite subjects in school are Social Studies and Science. Carson claims he loves to do new things. His favorite thing about middle school so far is lunch, of course! In the furture Carson would like to be a welder on a pipeline. Congratulations Carson on a great start to Middle School and earning student of the month accolades.