Jefferson Middle School officials recently announced their Students of the Month for September. They are:
Andrew Johnson, fifth grade and the son of Patricia Southwick and John Torres. Andrew's favorite subject is math, he enjoys playing football and wrestling and wants to become an astronomer.
Justus Smith, fifth grade and the son of Chloe and J.D. Smith. Justus' favorite subject is math, he enjoys writing in his journal and playing video games, and he wants to become a wrestler.
Taylor Morse, fifth grader, the daughter of Herman and Alicia Morse. Taylor's favorite subject is Spanish, she enjoys riding her bike, reading and jumping on her trampoline, and she wants to go to college and become a zookeeper.
Caleb Erickson, fifth grade and the son of Heidi and John Erickson. Caleb's favorite subject is physical education, he enjoys playing video games and sports and he wants to become a computer technician.
Corey Peterson, sixth grade and the son of Christine and Jeffery Peterson. Corey's favorite subject is art, he enjoys playing board games with friends and he wants to get a job and have a wife and two children.
Samantha VanBuskirk, daughter of Victoria and Raymond VanBuskirk. Samantha's favorite subject is math, she enjoys playing outside, hanging out with her friends, listening to music, playing video games and reading and she wants to grow up and become a successful adult.
Alani Badgley, sixth grade and the daughter of Catherine Vongvilay and Jason Badgley. Alani's favorite subject is math, she enjoys playing with her pets and listening to music, and she wants to go to college and become a veterinarian.
Shelby Francis, seventh grade and the daughter of Kerrin Moffett and James Francis. Shelby's favorite subjects are science and math, she enjoys shopping, writing, hanging out with friends and listening to music. She wants to go to college and become a pediatrician or a journalist.
Justine Hall, eighth grade and the daughter of Melissa Hall and John Mains. Justine's favorite subject is math, she enjoys cheerleading and wants to go to college for dancing.
Crystalee Pena, eighth grade and the daughter of Crystal Woodye. Crystalee's favorite subject is math, she enjoys singing, dancing and studying animals, and she wants to become a veterinarian.