Education

Queen Creek students honored by Kiwanis Club

Posted 1/22/22

Every month of the school year, the Kiwanis Club of Queen Creek presents students from area junior and senior high schools with our Student of the Month Awards.

The students are selected by their …

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Queen Creek students honored by Kiwanis Club

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Every month of the school year, the Kiwanis Club of Queen Creek presents students from area junior and senior high schools with our Student of the Month Awards.

The students are selected by teachers, with each school using whatever criteria they choose to make their selection.

Sometimes it may be based solely on academics, or it may be the student who is most improved, or it may be based just on a great attitude and citizenship.

The awards are given at a Kiwanis meeting to which the parents are also invited. Each student receives a certificate, as well as a gift card to a local restaurant and to Harkins Theatre.

The most recent awards ceremony took place Jan. 18 at the Queen Creek Unified School District Office.

November

Hailey Ferrell 11th - American Leadership Academy (QC)

Dawson Miller 7th - American Leadership Academy (QC)

Emilee Payne 11th - Combs High School (San Tan Valley)

Payton Carnes 7th - Combs Middle School (San Tan Valley)

Ashlyn Moore 7th - Queen Creek Junior High School

Claire Martin 7th - Newel Barney JHS (QC)

Katelyn Kasper 9th - Queen Creek High School (QC)

Logan Chavez - 9th - Casteel High School

Brooke Peloza - 8th - Casteel Junior High School

Austin Worswick 8th - Payne Junior High School

Gabrielle Jordan 9th - Eastmark High School

Mikayla Willard 7th -  Eastmark High School

December

Omoniyi Bankole 11th  – American Leadership Academy (QC)

Amara Nwosu 7th  - American Leadership Academy (QC)

Justyce Cerone 12th  - Combs High School (San Tan Valley)

Giovanni Sanchez Vasquez 8th  - Combs Middle School (San Tan Valley)

Ethan Grace 7th  - Queen Creek Junior High School

Iovanni Sanchez Vasquez 8th  - Newel Barney JHS (QC)

Kyiesha Johnson 9th  - Queen Creek High School (QC)

Ashley Kalscheur 12th  - Casteel High School

Xayleena Marquez 8th  - Casteel Junior High School

Bella Bennett 8th  - Payne Junior High School

Logan Whitfield 9th  - Eastmark High School

Sophia Hermosillo 8th  -  Eastmark High School

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