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GO BLUE February students announced

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Our GO BLUE students for the month of February were chosen for their positive outlooks and immense potential.

February’s chosen nominees were Noah Butler, Melissa Mendoza, Mila Flowers, Vanessa Arriola Rangel, Jonathan Pacheco, Jacob Rasmussen, Erik Brown and Nicole Thongdy. We asked these model students what they think makes them stand out at Wa-Hi.

Freshman Noah Butler was nominated by Vivian Glaeser. “I’m a very hard-worker and I always try my best. I also try to pick people up and encourage them during class,” Butler said. Freshman Melissa Mendoza was nominated by Faye Curtice. “I am a super organized student, I have a great work ethic and I’m involved in a lot of clubs,” Mendoza said.

Sophomore Vanessa Arriola Rangel was also nominated by Vivian Glaeser. “I work really hard, and I always try and help out other people,” Rangel said.

Junior Jonathan Pacheco was nominated by Nathan McClure. “I help others to make sure they’re doing good in class, and I make sure everyone is treated fairly, and feels like they belong,” Pacheco said. Junior Jacob Rasmussen was nominated by Laura Bertinelli and Joy Moniz. “I try really hard to make class fun. I try to not see school as something you have to do, but something that can be fun. I try to make people laugh,” Rasmussen said.

Senior Nicole Thongdy was nominated by Kristen Wegner. “I’m a hard-working student, and I try to help people. I also always get my work done,” Thongdy said.

Congratulations to these students for setting great examples around campus.

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