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Wolf of the Month-Dawn Rice

DAWN RICE—WOLF OF THE MONTH STUDENT PROFILE
Dawn is a 15-year-old freshman on the High Honor Roll and 4.0 student. Dawn names Ms. Morgan Reese (Ag), Mr. Colby Newton (PE), Mr. Daniel Weirich (Social Studies), Mrs. Su Wright (English), and Mrs. Sherri Ramseier (Language) as her favorite teachers. Some of Dawn’s hobbies and interests outside of school include the swim team, softball, and playing the piano. Dawn looks up to her sister, Meggan, as her role model stating, “Meggan is a doctor and works very hard. She is also the friendliest person I have ever met.”
When asked to discuss an accomplishment that she is proud of, Dawn responded, “I am proud I got straight A’s for the first time in 7th grade and have had straight A’s ever since.” Dawn shared that a ‘Fun-Fact’ about herself is that, “I like to hunt and have shot an bull elk.” Dawn was asked to discuss her future and stated, “I would like to get a Masters in Psychology and eventually work for the FBI.” Dawn’s advice to her fellow students is, “Don’t worry too much about the future. It only gets better each year.”
On naming Dawn ‘Wolf of the Month’, Mr. Johnson states, “Dawn is one of our school’s highest achieving students. In conversation with her teachers, without exception they all enjoy having her in class, due to her high level of intelligence, work ethic, and excellent behavior. Dawn came to Idalia as an 8th grader and has been a fantastic addition to our school. Beyond her strong performance in the classroom, Dawn positively contributes to our school in many other ways with her quiet, yet incredibly friendly, mature, and thoughtful personality. Congratulations on being named Student of the Month Dawn. You are doing a great job and have an incredibly bright future. Keep up the good work!”
Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent

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