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THANKS TO YOU...MIAMISBURG SCHOOLS WON FITNESS EQUIPMENT FROM H.H. GREGG
ANOTHER STUDENT-ATHLETE SIGNING!
Aaron Sensenbrenner signed a letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic career on the collegiate level at Ashland University. He is pictured at right with his dad Jeff and mom Christina.
SPRING ATHLETIC TEAMS HONOR THEIR SENIORS!
EDWARD JONES ATHLETES OF THE MONTH FOR APRIL IS RYAN BUTCHER AND THE MAY ATHLETE OF THE MONTH IS BRETT HOEFLING
AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR, MICHELLE NELSON-SCHMIDT VISITS MOUND
Michelle Nelson-Schmidt is from Atlanta, Ga. She has written and illustrated Cats, cats!, Dogs, dogs!, and Jonathan James and the Whatif Monster. Her inspirational talk about her dream of becoming an artist starting at the age of 4 kept the students spellbound. She encouraged them to listen to their heart even when their brain is trying to convince them to let go of their dreams. The students made her a pinkie promise. At the moment they are living their dream, no matter when it is or where they are, they are to call Miss Michelle and let her know. She better prepare for quite a few phone calls in about 20 years!
TWO MORE STUDENT-ATHLETES WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY THEIR SPORT
Eric Thompson and Allison Berger signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers on the collegiate level this fall. Eric Thompson (pictured with coach Tony Ross, his mom Debbie Thompson and father Mark Thompson, will play golf for Ohio Dominican. Allison Berger (pictured with Becky Perdue and coach Ted Gladeau) will play golf for Ohio Valley University.
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MAKENZIE RACHLOW IS THE MARCH DISTRICT STUDENT OF THE MONTH
The Miamisburg City School District Student of the Month is Makenzie Rachlow. She is a sophomore at Miamisburg High School. Makenzie was nominated by MHS teacher Mark Lewis. Mr. Lewis explains how Makenzie demonstrates Asset #26 - Caring at MHS. "I would like to nominate Makenzie Rachlow for the April Student of the Month because she places a high value on helping other people. Makenzie demonstrated her caring attitude when she noticed a girl in her PE class who did not have shoes to wear for class. The only pair of shoes the girl owned was a pair of high heel boots, which were causing the girl's feet to blister. Makenzie politely started a conversation with the girl and asked for her shoe size. Makenzie took some of her clothes to a resale shop and sold them so that she could buy this girl a pair of tennis shoes and a gym bag. Makenzie stated that the girl did not appear to have very many friends in class. Makenzie tries to like and get along with everybody and if she can help one student, then she believes she has done her part".
To see more of our school's students of the month, please scroll to the bottom of this page.