The Mansfield Middle School has been tremendously blessed with outstanding leaders of tomorrow. Instead of presenting a group of students of the month, we will attempt to select two students each week from different grades to highlight their abilities and educational success.
5th Grade students of the month for November are Dakota Deer and Rylie Bentley. Both students were nominated by their teachers for outstanding qualities they display by being positive leaders and helpful students and peers.
Dakota and Rylie are in their first year at the Middle School like all other 5th grade students and seem to be transitioning well. Dakota was nominated for his hard work and dedication in the classroom as well as his leadership projected throughout the day. Rylie has been a persistent worker that is tireless with her dedication. Dakota and Rylie continue working hard in each and every class and are working at impacting others that are around them. We hope that both students continue to grow and work on being positive students and leaders at Mansfield Middle School.
Here are some key facts that Dakota and Rylie would like to share:
Dakota Deer: Favorite Subject Social Studies Rylie Bentley: Favorite subject Social Studies
Hobby: Video games and drawing Hobby: Basketball
Funniest School Memory: Don’t have one Funniest School Memory: Thought teacher said british
coats, but he said red coats
Favorite Movie: Bee Favorite Movie: Harry Potter
Embarrassing Moment: When I slipped out of Embarrassing Moment: Tripped at basketball in front of
My car at school my coach
Happiest Moment: Birthdays Happiest Moment: The day I got my first dog Finley
Favorite Book: Esperonza Rising Favorite Book: Percy Jackson
Favorite Food: Spaghetti Favorite Food: Egg Soup
Future Aspirations: Not sure Future Aspirations: Be an actor
Favorite Color: Green Favorite Color: Blue
Congratulations to Dakota and Rylie and their parents for having such great young students. Thanks for such great students from Mansfield Middle School. We are very proud of Rylie and her new found ability to pull the coke tabs off her own cans at Mansfield Middle School.