Students of the Week

Dawson Rybicki

Week of October 1, 2018

Parents are: Christopher and Holly Rybicki
City of Residence: Iron River
Dawson is a 12th grade student at WIC School and he participates in: Tennis, National Honor Society and works part-time at CoVantage Credit Union in Iron River

Dawson is a reliable and determined student, Dawson never fails to expend maximum effort in the assignments and projects that comprise the courses that Dawson is enrolled in.

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Anna Malmquist

Week of September 24, 2018

Mother’s Name: Michelle Malmquist
City of Residence: Iron River

Father’s Name: Eric Malmquist
City of Residence: Iron River

Anna is a Junior student at WIC School and she participates in: Tennis, Basketball, Golf, Student Council and Key Club

Anna is very self motivated and excels in her classes. She is an exceptional leader in her sports and clubs. Anna is a great role model for her peers and for younger students.

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Brittany Cunningham

Week of September 17, 2018

Mother’s Name: Amy Cunningham
City of Residence: Iron River

Brittany is a 11th grade student at WIC School and she participates in: Volleyball, Basketball, Pom Dance, and Track.

Brittany is an extremely hard worker and tries her very best at everything she does. She is helpful and kind. Brittany has a big heart and is an enthusiastic Wykon. It’s a joy to have her in my classroom.

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James Swanson

Week of September 10, 2018

Mother’s Name: Dawn Swanson
City of Residence: Iron River
Father’s Name: James Swanson
City of Residence: Iron River

James is a 12th grade student at WIC High School and participates in: Basketball, Tennis, Student Council, Church Choir, Church Praise Team and Church Youth Group.

Explain why this student is the “Student of the Week” James should be Student of the Week for many reasons: his involvement in high school sports and extra-curricular clubs; his courage, passion, and motivation to pursue his dream of working in the film industry; and his involvement in the Iron County Community by helping with the Youth Soccer League and being involved in the county’s drama group–The West End Players. However, the biggest reason James should be selected is the regular doses of kindness he indiscriminately shows everyone around him. His concern that people treat each other decently is genuine and constant and awesome.

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Aspen Powell

Week of September 5, 2018

Mother’s Name: Jennifer Marcell
City of Residence: Iron River

Aspen is an 11th grade student at WIC School. She participates in: volleyball, employee at Angelis Central Market

Aspen is a polite, hard-working student with a benevolent heart who is well-respected by peers and staff alike. A dependable friend and supportive classmate, Aspen is quick to volunteer for any challenge and lend a helping hand to those in need. In the classroom setting, Aspen is a quiet leader who works diligently to reach the goals she has set for herself. She is extremely driven and internally motivated to constantly improve her performance both in and outside of school. Enthusiastic, conscientious, and responsible, Aspen is an exemplary model of how determination, hard work, and tenacious thinking can yield success!

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