January Students of the Month

On Friday, Jan. 25, Faribault High School honored nine freshmen students as January’s Students of the Month.

The honorees, their families, staff members, Superintendent Sesker and the school board were invited to attend the awards breakfast in the FHS media center.

The nine FHS Students of the Month for January are Caroline Drenth (English), Abdimajid Shukri (Math), Anyi Turcios-Bustamante (World Languages), Zander Fonseth (Industrial Arts), Olivia Stephes (Physical Education), Habso Anis (Science), Jackson Warmington (Fine Arts), Joseph Laabs (Falcon Spirit) and Craig Lopez (Social Studies).

Caroline Drenth: “The work Caroline does is always above and beyond expectations. She's also a polite and thoughtful young lady that shows passion for her education.” –Chelsea Fedora

Abdimajid Shukri: “Abdi is one of the most helpful and kind students I have met. He works extremely hard. He always grabs calculators for everyone in the class. He helps me rearrange desks after class. He is always helping other students. He asks and answers questions. Abdi is an absolute delight! He always brightens my day.” –Holly Olmscheid

Anyi Turcios-Bustamante: “Anyi helps her classmates, stays engaged, and has impeccable attendance.” –Laura Gehlhar

Zander Fonseth: “Zander has proven to be a very hard working student, who concerned about producing quality work. He has also been of great help to me in preparing materials for other classes.” –Mr. Almen

Olivia Stephes: “Olivia always has a smile on her face and is ready for anything we do, even if it isn't her favorite unit. Olivia is friendly and helpful and is just awesome to have in class.” –Peter Rhodes

Habso Anis: “Habso Anis is a hard worker and can often be found helping her lab group. She continues to show what she is learning through her labs and the final SLUDGE project that we are currently working on.” –Ms. Justin

Jackson Warmington: “Jackson is working very hard to improve on his instrument. He is a conscientious with full participation in class and with the extra ensembles.” –Michael Sloane

Joseph Laabs: “Joseph embodies our PRIDE model. He is a kind and determined young man who is involved in school academically and in extra-curricular.” –Stacy Fox

Craig Lopez: “He always asks critical thinking questions that get me, the teacher, thinking.” –Peter Tinaglia

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