April 2022 ESPY Winners

ESPY: Exceptional Student Performance this Year – award is given to students who are doing well academically and have an exceptionally positive attitude about school. They demonstrate respect and responsibility towards staff and their peers.  They show courage by not conforming to Peer pressure and refuse to accept anyone who bullies.  

The MSD School Board and the District want to recognize these students by celebrating their success at the beginning of each Board Meeting each month.  Students receive a certificate, meet each of our Board members, and their names are announced on the district website.

April 2022 ESPY Winners are;

Summer Ludwig – 5th grader nominated by Alan Shafer

“Summer comes to school everyday with a smile on her face prepared for the day. She is eager to learn and brings a positive attitude to our classroom each day. Summer is kind and respectful to both her peers and adults.  Everyday Summer comes to school and is an active participant in class. She works hard to complete all her work and asks for additional work in addition. Summer consistently comes to school ready to learn and being respectful to her peers and adults. She brings a positive and kind attitude to the classroom everyday.  ”

Maya Chanley – 8th grader nominated by Rob Jerome

“Maya is very focused from the minute she steps into class.  She is always prepared and makes sure to complete every bellringer question every day at the start of class. Maya is very respectful and is a leader by example in the classroom. Maya is one of the hardest working students I have ever met.  She works tirelessly to complete her assignments before they are due.  She will continue to be an extremely successful person throughout her life because she has the tenacity and grit to tackle any challenge that may come her way. Maya goes above and beyond academically and contributes so much to our school every day.

Abrianna Roberts – 11th grader nominated by Stan Mercer

“Abri has excellent attendance in 1st period Algebra 2 class. Abri not only has no poor behavior incidents…she actually exhibits behavior that is contributes positively to the class on a daily basis. With a very difficult class load and a full schedule of athletics, Abri consistently gets all of her work done on time and of high quality. Abri has not only remained exceptional for the month of April…but, honestly throughout the year.”

These students are all shining examples of the MSD spirit and we are thrilled to be able to recognize them for being exceptional students.