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Viking Values Students of the Month for April 2022 named

Students of the Month April 2022 group photo

The Students of the Month for April 2022 are, pictured, from left, kneeling: Tyler Hoock (senior, Science Department), Tristan Betterelli (senior, Art), John Buchanan (junior, Physical Education), Tyler Sykes (senior, Technology), and Daniel Senn (senior, Music). Back row: Assistant Principal Hillary Kretz-Harvey, Riley Patterson (senior, Math), Kathryn Czyrny (sophomore, Social Studies), Gianna Masker (freshman, World Language), Raven Khreis (sophomore, Business), Johanna Jackson (freshman, Social Studies), and Assistant Principal Jon Lattanzio.
(Photo by Larry Austin/Grand Island Central School District)

Principal Roger Broeker and assistant principals Hillary Kretz-Harvey and Jon Lattanzio of Grand Island High School have announced the Viking Values April Students of the Month.

The Viking Values Students of the Month are nominated by the departments of World Language, Social Studies, Mathematics, English, Business, Art, Physical Education, Music, Technology, and Science.

The Students of the Month for April 2022 are:
Riley Patterson (senior, Math)
Kathryn Czyrny (sophomore, Social Studies)
Gianna Masker (freshman, World Language)
Raven Khreis (sophomore, Business)
Johanna Jackson (freshman, Social Studies)
Tyler Hoock (senior, Science Department)
Tristan Betterelli (senior, Art)
John Buchanan (junior, Physical Education)
Tyler Sykes (senior, Technology)
Daniel Senn (senior, Music)

Students are chosen for the Student of the Month honor based on character, academic performance, effort, behavior, social relationships, and attendance.
Character: The student demonstrates the Viking Values of respect, responsibility, safety, and compassion.
Academic performance: The student is passing all classes taken within the department; demonstrates excellent class participation and completion of assignments.
Effort: The student demonstrates good effort in class and works up to or exceeds innate ability.
Behavior: Both inside and outside of the classroom, the student obeys rules, shows respect to peers and adults, and is well mannered.
Social relationships: The student displays leadership, a willingness to help peers, and shows respect toward others.
Attendance – The student attends school regularly and arrives at school and classes on time.