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Honorable Citizens

The Freeman Junior High and Senior High School have in place a citizenship rubric with all students starting at the Satisfactory level. A student at satisfactory is a student who follows rules, turns work in on time, and does what is expected. If a student exhibits exemplary citizenship in a class by helping without being asked, voluntarily participates in class, or goes above and beyond expectations the teacher has a right to move that student to Honorable. However, if a student turns in work late, has to be asked to participate, or does not follow classroom rules the student may be moved to Needs to Improve or Unsatisfactory. Students receiving Honorable citizenship marks this semester with no Needs to Improve or Unsatisfactory were rewarded with a cookie and hot chocolate during IAP on December 21st. Students receiving Honorable from one or more teachers included: 7th grade: Abigail Braden, Amber Dorn, Kaden Helmink, Brett Hemminger, Emma Hemminger, Paige Hemminger, Ashton Hopper, Brooklyn Ideus, Ashton Niles, Holden Ruse 8th grade: Caleigh Behrens, Chase Dissmeyer, Addison Dorn, Brylie Hartwig, RaeAnne Hartwig, Corinn Miner, Kaitlyn Otto, Jonah Reed, Peyton Winkle 9th grade: Emma Alberts, Kayla Haynes, Tessa Hestermann, Macy Holland, Ashley Parde 10th grade: Nicolas Busboom 11th grade: Sarah Buehler, Payton Huls, Taylor Larkins, Kaitlyn Meints, Kyle Otto, Maggie Parde, Zachary Schuppan, Gabriel VanEngen, Caty Weber 12th grade: Paige Helmink, Alexis Holland, Emily Klein, Max Melvin, Elizabeth Milke, Rachel Page, Jacobsen Podtburg, Brannon Renken, Joslyn Schiebur, Holden Scott, Katelyn Unvert, Miranda Zeman
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