Self Esteem Award – Deadline February 15

Using the theme on the award form, students preschool through 12th grade are to submit an essay, story, or poem. The entry must be the original work of the student and express ideas of the theme on the form. Students in grades P-5th grade are to use the Self Esteem Award Form and 6th-8th grades/high school students use the Middle/High School Form. Students are selected from grade categories of P-3, 4-5, 6-8 and 9-12.  Winners are recognized at Student Recognition in the spring.

Self Esteem Award – Elementary
Self Esteem Award – Middle-Jr. High and High School

2014-2015 Self Esteem Award Winners 

Primary Division
Award of Excellence

Emma Paige Barnard, North Pointe Elementary, 14th District
Anna Mullis, White’s Tower Elementary, 14th District
Emily Wolf, Longbranch Elementary, 14th District
Carman Kemper, Longbranch Elementary, 14th District

Award of Merit

Madison Klaiber, Russell Primary, 26th District
Kassidy Massey, Russell Primary , 26th District

Intermediate Divison
Award of Excellence

Lauren Wessel, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District
Amy Stewart, Thornwilde Elementary, 14th District
Meredith Darling, Thornwilde Elementary, 14th District

Award of Merit

Lana Schadler, White’s Tower Elementary, 14th District
Samantha Nagel, White’s Tower Elementary, 14th District

Middle School Division
Award of Excellence

Micala Hallam, Crosby Middle School, 15th District

Senior High Division
Award of Excellence

Mackenzie Berry, 15th District PTA

Special Needs Division
Award of Excellence

Ethan Schoultheis, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District
Courtney Cregar, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District
Kierstin Short, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District

Award of Merit
Evan Crawford, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District
Jada Thompson, Taylor Mill Elementary, 14th District