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Wolf of the Month-December


Jake is a 15-year old sophomore. His favorite teachers include Mrs. Tara Garton (Spanish), Ms. Audrey Sayles (History), and Mrs. Cindy Soehner (Math). Jake is a straight-A student. Some of Jake’s interests outside of the classroom include photography, video production and scale modeling of trains and railroads. Jake looks up to his parents, Casey and Tara, as his role models and states, “I want to grow up to have the same work ethic and patience as my parents.” An accomplishment that Jake is proud of is “developing skills in woodworking, circuitry, electrical wiring, and fine craftsmanship while working on railroad models.” When asked to discuss a ‘Fun-Fact’ about himself, I discovered that Jake is “a pretty good snow skier, I primarily ski Blue and Black runs.” Jake shared that he has future aspirations to “work or volunteer for a historical society or railroad museum like the Georgetown Loop Railroad or the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.” Jake offers the following advice to his fellow students, “Almost anything can be achieved if one puts in several intense hours of work.” Mr. Johnson states, “Jake is not only one of our school’s highest achieving students academically, but also solid as a rock. You never have to worry about Jake as he always works hard and does exactly what he is supposed to. He is reliable, highly intelligent, and always eager to help others. I have had many conversations with Jake’s teachers, all of which state how much they enjoy having him in class, due not only to his impressive academic work, but perhaps more so for his mature behavior and work ethic. Although he is a quiet kid, I view Jake as a leader by example by how he conducts himself on a daily basis. Any student who is curious as to how one should behave at school, look no further than Jake Garton as your example. Congratulations on being named Wolf of the Month Jake, keep up the good work.” Submitted by Myles Johnson, Principal 

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