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Congratulations to our May Mountaineers of the Month! These students demonstrated the virtues of cheerfulness and magnanimity – Christian enthusiasm and joy – even amidst the challenges of distance learning. Good work, Mountaineers!

Katherine Shea, First Grade

“Katherine is always cheerful. As I write, she is humming a tune as she is working on her homework. She is always dancing, laughing, or singing… She rarely complains and is always willing to help cook, clean, or work with a smile. A “glass half full” kind of child (and student as she has become to me!)”

Addison Thomas, 3rd Grade

“Addison has been so passionate and persistent in completing her work daily. She goes above and beyond in every way since we have been learning from home. Her cheerful attitude and dedication have been truly inspiring!”

Harper Heasley, 4th Grade

“Harper has been doing her schoolwork willfully and works very hard to succeed. She has struggled in certain subjects before the quarantine, and I am blown away how hard she has been working at home through it all. Despite missing her teacher, friends, and her normal routine, she has jumped right into distance learning with a joyful attitude. I am very proud of her!”

Dylan Smith, 6th Grade

“Dylan has been showing Christian enthusiasm and joy over the past month by taking this time to strengthen his relationship with his older brothers having them home from college. He has been bonding with them more and being patient and kind to them and respecting boundaries by understanding when he needs to be super quiet and show respect when they are on a Zoom meetings or having an important job interview. He’s patient with the fact that he now has to share a bathroom as well as other things now, with all of them trying to do the distance learning from home and adjusting to their new lifestyle during this time. And regarding his academics, he has been soaring, residing his grades putting in tons of effort to improve them. He’s putting in the work when he could easily choose to shrug it off just doing the minimum and play more video games and watch TV. As a Mom, I am super proud of what I’ve seen this past month in him and so are his older brothers!”

Caroline Beggs, 8th Grade

“Caroline has been putting 100% effort into all of her classwork. She loves learning new things and following Christ’s example, and it shows in her enthusiasm toward her classes and her prayer life. We couldn’t be prouder of how she has handled distance learning!”

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