January 2019 Students of the Month

Charity: St. Jude Children's Hospital

Joey Rostis

Joey Rostis was selected as the Freshman Student of the Month by the Health Department. Joey is a high honor roll student whose favorite subjects include mathematics and science. Described as a solid student, his teachers appreciate his willingness to participate in class and lend a hand to his fellow students. Joey engages during group work, collaborates well with others, and demonstrates respect to his instructors and peers. A National Junior Honor Society inductee as a middle schooler, he is a member of the boys’ basketball program and plans on playing baseball in the spring. His future goals include earning a 4.0 grade point average, getting a good job, and having a life he will enjoy. In his spare time, Joey enjoys sports of all kinds.
Kelli Crispo
Driver Education
The Driver Education Department tabbed Kelli Crispo as the Sophomore Student of the Month. A high honor roll student, Kelli most enjoys science classes because there are constantly new discoveries occurring. A member of the school’s varsity Dance Team, she recently joined the Yearbook Club and takes classes at the Elite Dance Academy. Kelli’s teachers describe her as an excellent student whose great energy makes the classroom atmosphere enjoyable. She takes her work seriously and often leads class discussions. Thanks to her experience in Biology Honors as a freshman, Kelli aspires to be an oncologist; in the short term, she hopes to maintain a 4.0 grade point average. In her free time, Kelli stays active by running, biking or swimming. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Delaney Dewalls
Student Services

Delaney Dewalls was cited as the Junior Student of the Month by the Student Services Department. A high honor roll performer, Delaney lists history as her favorite academic interest. The Student Services Department works to make students conscious of five social emotional components, including self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills and responsible decision-making. The department rarely sees a student mature in all five components, but notes that Delaney demonstrates all five on a daily basis. She is applauded for handling a stressful situation in a fashion that contributed to the well-being of the entire school community. A member of the girls’ cross country and track and field teams, Delaney hopes to become a nutritionist. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music.
Lydia Daley
Special Education

The Special Education Department picked Lydia Daley as the Senior Student of the Month. Lydia is a high honor roll student whose favorite classes include Literature of the Supernatural, Psychology, Ceramics and English III. She is a member of the girls’ swimming team, as well as the Anime Club, Drama Club and Art Club. The Special Education Department is impressed by the hard work Lydia has put in as she makes progress toward her academic and personal goals. She overcomes challenges by using her strategies and accessing support services when needed. Lydia plans on attending College of DuPage and is considering majoring in psychology. She enjoys painting, watching YouTube, listening to 90s music, reading, and arts and crafts.