SOARing Eagles
This is an incentive to recognize students and staff. Chosen students and/or staff get their picture taken with Tuffy, a backsack, a coin for the book vending machine (for applicable buildings), and a phone call to his/her person of choice to share the good news. The SOARing Eagles will also be recognized at a Board Meeting (Jan or May).
*Please check out our SOARing Eagles for the month of December!

Austinburg - 5th grade, Maddy Feiler, chosen by Mrs. Kozsey.  Maddy is an intelligent young lady with excellent manners.  She is a terrific helper in my classroom, as well. Her smile is infectious and she is a real asset to my homeroom.  She is extremely passionate about twirling baton.

Cork - 4th grade, Melody Baker, chosen by Mrs. Scarniench.  Melody is one of the sweetest people you could ever meet.  Melody starts and ends each day with a huge smile!  Her positive energy is contagious to those around her.  She is an extremely conscientious student who puts forth her best effort in all of her school work by participating and going over and beyond on all assignments.  She has a heart of gold, making cards and homemade gifts for her classmates when they are out sick for extended periods of time or simply "just because" to brighten up their day.  She is always ready to lend a helping hand to her teacher and fellow peers.  She does many things without ever being asked, instead she sees a need and gets it done.  Melody is an explementary student, friend, PAX leader, and SOARing Eagle in every sense of the word.  Our world is a better place to have Melody Baker in it! 

GPS - 2nd grade, Julian Cuccaro, chosen by Mrs. Sheppard.  Julian is an upstanding student.  He is doing well academically and socially.  He is an amazing helper in the classroom and a great friend to all the students. 

MS - 8th grade, Preston Ramirez, chosen by Mrs. Rawlins.  Preston is a very hard worker.  He had no missing assignments for the entire first grading period.  He even went above and beyond completing work to stay on top of his grades while he was at home sick.  He takes suggestions to heart and continues to strive to be a better student every single day. 

HS - 12th grade, Martin Johnson, chosen by Mrs. Barbo and Mrs. Neczeporenko.  Martin is very kind.  He is optimistic and rarely complains.  He follows the school rules and does exactly what he is told to do, with no questions asked.  He likes to make jokes and is talented in drawing and designing.  Last school year Martin excelled and made signs that were displayed around Geneva High School, using his skills he learned in his Adobe Class.  While it can be a challenge for Martin to get his words out, he still raises his hand in class and participates in the classroom discussion.  He is respectful to those around him and can be trusted to do the right thing.  His smile in the hallways to others and a quick hello as he passes by creates an environment that spreads happiness.  The effort Martin puts into his work shines through with his high achieving grades.  Geneva is lucky to have him as one of our students.