FM Elementary Problem Solvers – 11/20/20

Every week FM Elementary (Richardson and Lincoln Elementary) teachers nominate students from each grade level to win the Problem Solvers award. The administration and teachers want to celebrate kids for their innovative, bright minds!

Lincoln Elementary Problem Solvers

Lincoln Elementary Problem Solvers of the Week!

Kenneth James: “Kenny does a good job completing his Seesaw assignments and participates in Google chats.” -Ms. Martin

Scout Barnes: “Completing online assignments daily and proving high quality work.” -Ms. Billingsley

Colton Wykert: “Doing all of his virtual assignments and joining the meets when he can.” -Ms. Nagel

Desiree Gilman: “Desiree has done an excellent job with completing and turning in her Seesaw activities during our virtual learning. I can tell she is working very hard at home!” -Ms. Pollpeter

Aiden Saltzgaver: “Aiden had faced some challenges with getting assignments submitted, but he did not give up. He kept in contact with his teacher and was able to successfully submit his work. Keep up the good work, Aiden! You can do it!” -Ms. Terrell

Owen Weisinger: “Owen has completed every assignment, join every classroom meet, and is helping his teacher stay organized:) Terrific job this week and always Owen!” -Ms. Wibbell

Akron Weisinger: “Akron was great at helping his sister and grandma problem solve technical issues while at home.” -Ms. Hellige

Richardson Elementary Problem Solvers

Madison Collier- “Madison has been completing all of her daily work since closure with lots of details and information. She also participated in our class google meet scavenger hunt. She is trying her best and succeeding.” ~Mrs. Hoenig, Kindergarten teacher  

Emmett Rickleman- “Emmett has completed all assignments. He even does recordings to share his thoughts above and beyond the assignment. I have enjoyed getting this opportunity to learn more about him!” ~Mrs. Johnson, Kindergarten teacher  

Sunny Welsh: “Sunny is such a great kid. Whether it is virtually, hybrid, face to face Sunny always has a great attitude and is ready to learn. He completes all his online lessons and does a fantastic job. I am so proud of him and all of his hard work.” ~Mrs. Trout, 1st grade teacher  

Kelsey Decker- “Throughout the past week Kelsey has been a rockstar. She logs into Seesaw each day and has completed all of her online assignments. She follows the directions and her work is complete and neat! I am so proud of you Kelsey! :)” ~Mrs. Hardin, 1st grade teacher

Pandora Victory- “She has been working very hard at doing virtual learning and has gone above and beyond what has been expected.” ~Mr. Blanchard, 2nd grade teacher

Aaron Beck- “Aaron has been attending the optional SEL meetings regularly. He always has a smile on his face and is eager to participate in the activities and share information in our daily conversations!” ~Ms Ledbetter, social worker

Brantley Neshiem- “Brantley showed up to his Google Meet time, was well prepared, followed directions, and worked really hard!!!” ~Mrs. Mendez, Interventionist

Quinten Bryant- “Quinten showed up to her Google Meet time, was well prepared, followed directions, and worked really hard!!!” ~Mrs. Mendez, Interventionist

Hannah Reed-  “Hannah has completed all work on Seesaw-and has asked great questions to assist in her learning.”  ~Mrs. Vincent, 3rd grade teacher

Raymond Wright- ” Raymond has been doing a great job keeping up with his school work on-line. He is showing great responsibility.” ~Mrs. Jones, 3rd grade teacher

Greyson Jenkins- “Greyson has been doing a great job of being responsible and getting all of his on-line school work handed in on time.” ~Mrs. Jones, 3rd grade teacher  

Carter Smith- “Carter has been completing and submitting all of his work every day, along with a smile on his face!” ~Mrs. Larson, 3rd grade teacher. Ms Ledbetter also adds about Carter, “He attends the daily optional SEL meetings and always adds to the conversation and participates in all of the activities!”

Keeley Calvert- “Keeley showed up to her Google Meet time, was well prepared, followed directions, and worked really hard!!!” ~Mrs. Mendez, Interventionist

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