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Wolf of the Month-Trista Richards

TRISTA RICHARDS—WOLF OF THE MONTH
Trista is an 11-year-old 6th Grader on the high honor roll. Trista’s favorite subjects are Math, English, and Art and she names her 2nd Grade teacher, Ms. Danielle Olofson, along with her 5th Grade teacher, Mrs. Sue Heath, as her favorites. Some of Trista’s interests outside of school include playing basketball and riding horses. When asked to discuss her role model, Trista responded, “Jennay Terrell is my biggest role model because she taught me hard work, determination, and patience while working with my horse.”

Trista said an accomplishment that she is proud of is being on the high honor roll. Trista shared that a ‘fun-fact’ about herself is that she “prefers winter over summer because I love skiing with my family.” I asked Trista about a goal and she said, “I want to attend a good college and eventually breed, break, and sell horses.” Trista’s advice to her fellow students is, “Always be yourself and stick up for what you believe in.”
Mr. Johnson had the following to say about his student of the month selection, “Trista stood out to me this month, not only for her academic performance where she is an ‘A’ student, but also how she conducts herself on a daily basis. Not overly vocal, Trista is a genuine and natural leader by example. Without her even knowing or trying, I observe her classmates and other students naturally following her lead. She is the type of kid you never have to worry about and just know she will be doing the right thing. No matter the setting, whether it be in the classroom, basketball court, horse arena or anything else she is passionate about, Trista gives it her all and strives for continuous improvement and excellence. I am excited for Trista’s positive influence and contributions in our junior high and then high school over these next six years. Keep up the good work Trista, you are doing an awesome job!”
Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent

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