RHS recognizes November students

RHS students of the month, exhibiting “Rocket Pride” are (in the front, left to right) Madison Krause, nominated by Cindy Miller in Visual/Media Arts; Emily Eberspacher, nominated by Cheryl Maiolo in Math. In the back, left to right, are Alejandra Hernandez Sanchez, nominated by Abbey Maus in AVID; Brody Harstad, nominated by Andrew Kahler in Science; Anna Haho, nominated by Fran Ramirez in World Language; CJ Hoffman, nominated by Abbey Maus in Language Arts; Nicholas Dery, nominated by Mike Tauber in Social Studies; Brittany Hesse, nominated by Jerald Ferdig in Music; Ian Gulsvig, nominated by Jason Phillippi in Physical Education/Health; Andrew Hance, nominated by Jonathan Rau in Technology Education.<br /><p class=Rocket Pride-Our students know and show it every day in every way." src="http://pressnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/RHSnov.students.jpg" width="620" height="453" /> RHS students of the month, exhibiting “Rocket Pride” are (in the front, left to right) Madison Krause, nominated by Cindy Miller in Visual/Media Arts; Emily Eberspacher, nominated by Cheryl Maiolo in Math.
In the back, left to right, are Alejandra Hernandez Sanchez, nominated by Abbey Maus in AVID; Brody Harstad, nominated by Andrew Kahler in Science; Anna Haho, nominated by Fran Ramirez in World Language; CJ Hoffman, nominated by Abbey Maus in Language Arts; Nicholas Dery, nominated by Mike Tauber in Social Studies; Brittany Hesse, nominated by Jerald Ferdig in Music; Ian Gulsvig, nominated by Jason Phillippi in Physical Education/Health; Andrew Hance, nominated by Jonathan Rau in Technology Education.
Rocket Pride-Our students know and show it every day in every way.

Congratulations go out to Rockford High School’s November Students of the Month.

These ten teens received special recognition for demonstrating Rocket Pride at RHS last month. Each was recognized with a certificate and awards, and participated in an honorary breakfast where faculty members shared why nominees stood out positively in their classrooms throughout November.

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