North Rockford Middle School Students of the Month

Sarah-CoonSarah Coon is a 6th grade student from our Earth Watch magnet and the daughter of Melanie and Brian Coon.  She has two siblings, Rachael and Tyler as well as a dog.  Sarah attended Freedom Elementary School, is active in intramural volleyball at North and enjoys swimming.  Her college of choice is Yale University and she hopes to become a teacher one day.  Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Reickard.  She likes the movie “Annie” and her favorite food is tacos.  Sarah is most proud of her good grades and the person that she admires the most is her mom.

 

Sawyer-OsbornSawyer Osborn is a 6th grade student in our Earth Watch magnet and the son of Karen and Peter Osborn.  He has three siblings, Zach, Jake and Issi as well as a dog, Teriny.  Sawyer attended Valley View Elementary and enjoys drawing and playing video games in his free time.  His college of choice is Cornerstone University and he hopes to become a teacher one day.  Some of Sawyer’s favorites include P.E. class, brownies, the movie “Dodge ball”, the book The Tale of Despero and listening to Minecraft parody music.  The person that he admires the most is fellow classmate Logan Murphy.

Ally-JohnsonAlly Johnson is a 7th grade student and the daughter of Nancy and Fletcher Johnson.  She has one sibling, Ben and a dog, Lucy.  Ally attended Roguewood Elementary and is involved in cross country, track and soccer.  Her other hobbies include playing the bassoon and snowboarding.  Ally’s college of choice is Michigan State and she hopes to become a veterinarian one day.  Her favorites include teacher Mr. Long, eating pasta, the movie “Pitch Perfect” and The Hunger Games books.  Ally is most proud of being fluent in Spanish and the person that she admires the most is her cousin, Anna.

 

Cole-HammontreeCole Hammontree is a 7th grade student and the son of Charlene and Darren Hammontree.  He has one sibling named Kate and a pet named Zora.  Cole attended Belmont Elementary and enjoys playing basketball and dodge ball.  In his free time he likes to play video games and make duct tape pens.  Cole’s college of choice is the University of Michigan and hopes to become either a computer software designer or a technical engineer.  His favorites include his 4th grade teacher Mrs. Ary, eating pizza, the movie the Grinch, the Hunger Games books and listening to classic rock.  Cole is most proud of being selected as student of the month and the person that he admires the most is his cousin Zach who served in the military.

Haley-RiccobonoHaley Riccobono is an 8th grade student and the daughter of Jane and John Riccobono.  She has two siblings, Julia and Austin as well as a dog and two birds.  Haley attended Chandler Woods Charter Academy and is active in volleyball and choir.  In her free time she enjoys hanging out with friends and going to the beach.  Haley’s college of choice is Michigan State and she hopes to one day be able to work at a children’s hospital for kids with long term illness.  Her favorites include teacher Mrs. Hodges, eating Italian food, the movie “Fireproof” and listening to country music.  Haley is most proud of going on missions trips, getting closer with her lord and helping others accept Christ.  The person that Haley admires the most is her mom.

 

Jeremy-LewickiJeremy Lewicki is an 8th grade student and the son of Michelle and Tom Lewicki.  He has one sibling, Kayla and a dog, Charlie.  Jeremy attended Meadowridge Elementary; he is active in his youth group and enjoys playing basketball and baseball.  His college of choice is Michigan State and he hopes to one day become a sports announcer.  Jeremy’s favorites include teacher Mrs. Oaks, eating egg rolls and pizza, the movie “Here Comes the Boom”, and listening to Hip-Hop.  Jeremy is most proud of getting student of the month and the person that he admires the most is his dad.

 

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