Dayton Independent Schools’ Stars

by Jennifer Sierra


LES Star/Students of the Month for February 2016
Dallas Nickell – Mrs. Jellison
King Bolton – Mrs. Ridder
Kamryn Sevy Griffin – Mrs. Stuempel
1st Grade:
Katelyn Caudill – Mrs. Chenot
Noah Stewart – Mrs. Jones
Braylee Frederick – Mrs. Litzler
Kaitlyn Caldwell – Mrs. Wiggins
Jana Haynes – Principal Pick
2nd Grade:
Adriana Johnson – Mrs. Clifton
Skylar Graham – Mrs. Feldman
Anna Lawson – Ms. Geiman
Casey Chenot – Ms. Griffith
3rd Grade:
Marquel Kennedy – Mrs. Folsom
Steven Boles – Mrs. Jaspers
Alex Prince – Mrs. Grainger
Skye Buttery – Ms. Woughter
4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade:
Brooke Frederick Allen Williams Whitney Walker
Nelleh Buschle

FullSizeRenderDHS March 2016 Students of the Month
Brandon Skirvin -7th Grade
Sophia Halfhill – 8th Grade
Austin Klosterman – 9th Grade
Jade – Johnson – 10th Grade
Stephanie Morris – 11th Grade
Jacqueline Blades – 12th Grade


February Athlete of the Month

MalloryPlease congratulate, our first two-time Athlete of the Month during the 2015-16 school year, Mallory Kubala. Mallory Kubala is a Junior forward on the Lady Devil Basketball Team and was one of the main contributing factors that led the Lady Devils to go 8-1 during the month of February. Her outstanding defense and the intensity she brought to the floor elevated her game and those playing around her. Her stats for the month of February have been outstanding. She has scored 53 points, dished out 6 assists, grabbed 20 rebounds, had 14 steals, sacrificed her body and took 3 charges, and she also caused the opposing team to turn the ball over 38 times.

Mallory also excels in the classroom. She made the honor roll and carries a 3.2 G.P.A. She is also a very talented artist. She has designed the artwork for the keepsake basketballs that are awarded to our Seniors on Senior Night. Mallory’s continuous positive attitude and hard work ethic will enable her to reach her fullest potential and be successful in the future.


March Artist of the Month

Angelika WatsonWe would like to recognize Angelika Watson as the March Artist of the Month. Angelika is a sophomore and is active in all facets of the band program at DHS. Recently Angelika represented DHS at the NKU tristate band symposium as a member of the flute section. In addition to band activities, Angelika has been a member of many Drama club productions at LES and is currently rated 2nd in her graduating class.



FullSizeRenderFebruary Employee of the Month

We would like to recognize Julie Rubemeyer as our February Inspire, Engage, and Grow Employee of the Month. Julie has taught at Dayton Middle/High School for 12 years. Mrs. Rubemyer teaches English and Reading and also serves as our Disciplinary Literacy Coach. Mrs. Rubemeyer is always positive and she is always looking for ways to GROW our students!

To quote one of her many nominations, “Julie Rubemeyer continually goes above and beyond to do what is best for our students. It is evident being in Julie’s classroom that she genuinely cares about each of her students. Inspiring, Engaging, and Growing each of her students is something that comes naturally to Julie because of the relationships that she builds with her students and the challenges she provides them. Julie spends countless hours differentiating instruction to meet the unique needs of her students.”

Another nomination stated, “Julie is dedicated to our students and it shows in the way she teaches. She works hard to make sure she knows the strengths and weaknesses of each student to help them improve their reading skills. She makes it a point to get to know the students on a personal level and always has a smile and a kind word. Our students need positive role models and I feel Julie sets a great example.”

We are fortunate to have Mrs. Rubemeyer working with our students and staff!



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