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Mr. Johnson & Ailyn

Wolf of the Month-Ailyn Monarrez-Estrada

AILYN MONARREZ-ESTRADA - WOLF OF THE MONTH 

Ailyn is a 12-year-old 7th grader on the High Honor Roll.  Ailyn names Ms. Reese (Agriculture) and Mrs. Ramseier (Language) as her favorite teachers. Ailyn’s favorite subject is Agriculture.  Some of Ailyn’s hobbies and interests outside of school include baking, basketball, and volleyball. Ailyn names her mom (Madelin) and dad (Ulises), as her role models and states, “My mom teaches me how to cook and to be clean. My dad teaches me how to be tough and hardworking.  They both teach me how to be kind and respectful.”  When asked to discuss an accomplishment that she is proud of, Ailyn responded, “I am proud to be on High Honor Roll.” Ailyn has a goal to “get good grades until I graduate, get a scholarship, and go to college.” When asked about a fun-fact, Ailyn stated, “I love to bake and decorate cakes because it makes me happy and calm.” Ailyn’s advice to her fellow students is, “Try hard and go for what you want.  Be kind, helpful, and encouraging.”  
Mr. Johnson had the following to say, “Ailyn is reserved and may fly under the radar at times, but she is an absolutely amazing student and person that needs to be highlighted and celebrated.  Whether it be in the classroom or sports arena, Ailyn puts forth the time and effort to be successful.  She is a true leader by example and just an overall outstanding person. Without exception, all of Ailyn’s teachers speak of her outstanding attitude and work-ethic. Academically, Ailyn is thriving. Not only is she now a straight-A student, but of the more than 150 Idalia students to take the NWEA assessment this fall, Ailyn had the greatest growth gains of all. I have had the pleasure of coaching Ailyn in youth basketball, and no one out works or out competes her. Ailyn is always one of the best players on the floor but has no idea that she is.  Ailyn just humbly goes about her business and asks how she can improve and what she can do to better help the team. Beyond the classroom and athletics, most importantly Ailyn is just a great person.  If you ever have the pleasure of getting to know Ailyn, you will see she is one of the most polite, respectful, humble, and hard-working people out there. The world is a better place with people like Ailyn in it.  Congratulations and keep up the awesome work Ailyn!”    

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