Students of the Week
Week: 4 – September 18, 2017
Christian is the son of Julie and Jack Benson.
Christian is a senior at WIC. He is a member of the National Honor Society and plans to go to MTU for Geological Engineering. Christian is also on the Varsity Tennis Team. Christian has a great personality and spends his summers working the Pipeline.
Week: 3 – September 11, 2017
Erin is the daughter of Kelly and Rob Possanza.
She partcipates in: WICHS Key Club, basketball, track and highway clean up.
Erin is a grounded and extrememly focuesed student. She is a team player in sports and an excellent role model to other students in school. Erin’s kindness is evident not only to her teachers but to her peers. It is common to hear them say that, “Erin is the kindest student they have ever know.” Erin wants to pursue a career in the health field and her caring nature will insure her success.
Week: 2 – September 11, 2017
Alexis is the daughter of James Anderson and Tracy Lyle.
She partcipates in: WICHS Key Club, WICHS Varsity Volleyball, and the Northwoods Animal Shelter.
Lexi is simply a fantas1c human being. She is ac1ve in our school and in our community while also working at Angeli Foods and doing well and working hard in her classes. She is very conscien1ous of the importance of school and, despite all she’s involved in, makes sure it is placed at the top of her priority list. Almost more importantly, she is sincere, considerate, reliable, genuine–she is a fantas1c human being.
Week: 1 – September 6, 2017
Kalob is the son of Jonathan and Dawn Hepler.
He enjoys snowboarding and is currently a 10th graded.
Kalob is a polite, charismatic student with a benevolent heart. Humorous in spirit and kind to all, he is well-respected and appreciated by peers and staff alike. With a fresh school year ahead, Kalob has set rigorous goals for himself. In the classroom setting, he is an active learner who is an emerging leader. Kalob is an exemplary model of how a positive attitude, determination to overcome challenges, hard work, and tenacious thinking can yield success.