Leader Tickets

Hambright leaders continue to leave their MARK as they Make good choices, Act Kindly, Respect themselves and others, and Keep being their best! Check out some of the ways that our leaders are leaving a MARK while working on online and at home!

Leaders leave their MARK!

Emmanuel in Mr. Shope’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as he faithfully completed AST work each week, doing his best and making thoughtful connections to the books he read. Recognized by Mrs. Kreider.

Grace and Gwen in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class were seen leaving a MARK as they always complete their virtual learning, do their best on each assignment, and participate in every one of our Google Meets! Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Yiannis, Jackdiel, & Liam in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class were seen leaving a MARK as they always complete their virtual learning and do their best on each assignment! Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Calin in Miss Pruitt’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “he has been doing a TREMENDOUS job staying focused and working independently while I manage the house and his younger sisters. I have been so proud and impressed that he has been able to stay so organized and dedicated to completing his weekly assignments.” -Mom

Elizabeth in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has not only submitted her assignments, she also goes back and corrects any errors and resubmits her work.  Great job, Elizabeth! Recognized by Mrs. Martin & Mrs. Wall.

Cutler in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he asked a younger neighbor of his grandparents to kick a soccer ball with him. The younger neighbor happened to be Mrs. Appel’s son! Recognized by Mrs. Appel.

Lexie in Mrs. Bittenbender’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has worked hard to complete all the online school work and stay connected with her teacher.  She has been exploring her creative side during this time away from school by writing and singing songs with her family. Recognized by Mrs. Bittenbender.

Peace in Mrs. Bittenbender’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he discovered an online resource to make an assignment fun and shared it with the class on Google Classroom.  He has also completed all of the work to the best of his ability while at home. Recognized by Mrs. Bittenbender.

Chloe in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was “seen” leaving her mark because she worked hard at home. She worked everyday during these past few weeks. Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Parker in Miss Szentesy’s 4th grade class really left his MARK during the fourth quarter.  He not only submitted his assignments on time (or early), each assignment was complete and accurate.  This shows he was proactive and took charge of his learning while being at home.  Your teachers are impressed with your accomplishments Parker!  Recognized by Miss Szentesy.

Rylan in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving his mark when he answered a question on Google meet using a full sentence! He also has been working hard to complete every Learning Activity assigned on the resource pages. Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Dalton in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving his mark because he works very hard to complete all of the learning activities on the Kindergarten Resource pages. Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Michaela in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has been completing all of her online school work timely, accurately, and correctly. Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Finn in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he transformed into a Remote Learning Superstar by completing all of his assignments with his A+ best effort!  Way to go, Finn!  Woot-woot! Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Tiffany in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving her mark when she worked very hard to learn the technology of a Google Meet. Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Thea in Miss Rivera’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK when she read a book to her dad. She also works hard on school work every day with her mom. Recognized by Mrs. Kreider.

Divya in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving her as “she completed her assignments, read my comments, and replied to them by making corrections to her work or answering any questions I asked.  She has also read for 17 hours on Epic!” Recognized by Mrs. Martin

Ian in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as he has gone above and beyond on his art assignments by creating amazing slide shows and multiple art examples for every assignment. Recognized by Mrs. Wigerman.

Sophia Y. in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she proactively turned in all her work for the week early, so she could spend some much needed time with her dad. Proud of you! Recognized by Mrs. Rook.

Siahni in Mrs. Smith’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has been meeting with her reading teacher, Mrs. Rowley every week and even met with Mrs. Smith for some extra math lessons!  Siahni has completed all of the 3rd grade work since beginning remote learning and is doing a great job! Recognized by Mrs. Smith.

Chloe in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK when she cleaned up the common area in the neighborhood before the lawn mower came by.

Adam in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as he has been working hard and completing all of his remote learning assignments. Recognized by Mrs. Martin 

Abby in Mrs. Adair’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she offered to clean up the milkshake her little sister spilled all over the kitchen floor.

Andy in Miss Rivera’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK when “he helped clean the house. He has been a big help!” -Mom

Kadince in Mrs. Smith’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “she has made online school work easy. She is always working hard with her Nana on assignments the days I’m at work. She doesn’t complain and is always positive. She helps her nana a lot navigate through computer and doing things online.Although she misses her friends she is finding ways to still keep in touch. She never stops smiling. =)” -Mom

Jennison in Mrs. Adair’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she helped her little sister, Brixton with the computer during her class meet on google.

Natalie in Mrs. Bock’s 6th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “she has taken charge with her online school assignments, navigating through it with ease. She has been helping at home with walking the dog , getting the mail and has shown a lot of responsibility and maturity with following the really hard rules of social distancing and staying inside. She greatly misses her friends but has remained strong through the crisis so far.  I am super proud of her and her growing independence during this time. She’s super eager for middle school!” -Mom 

Aimee in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she wrote an AMAZING writing piece using figurative language!  Her descriptive writing always helps readers to visualize all that she is conveying. 
Keep up the outstanding writing and effort, Aimee!! Recognized by Mrs. Groff.

Alyssa in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK by continuing to practice telling time on a daily basis even though your class has moved on to measurement.

Autumn in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class as seen leaving a MARK when she stayed committed to xtramath practice and completes all her assignments with her best efforts. Recognized by Mrs. Rook!

Jenielys in 5th grade was seen leaving her MARK when she chose to participate in an online study hour with teachers to make sure the work she turned in was her best. Great job, Jenielys! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Mia in 5th grade was seen leaving her MARK when she worked hard to complete all remote learning assignments. Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Jalen in 5th grade was seen leaving his MARK when he completed all remote learning assignments on time and to the best of his ability. Way to go, Jalen! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Malachi in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving his MARK when he went above and beyond with his remote learning assignments. Keep up the great effort, Malachi! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Trinity in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving her MARK when she checked in with her teacher to make sure she is caught up with her remote learning assignments. Keep being proactive, Trinity! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Harper in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she completes second grade work, as well as AST work, each week with her best handwriting. Recognized by Mrs. Kreider.

London in Miss Rivera’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK as he continues to persevere and work hard even on the tough days. Keep up the fantastic work, London! Recognized by Miss Rivera.

Alejandra in Mr. Ayer’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she accepted Mr. Ayer’s challenge to work on a STEM project and tried to build a marshmallow tower. Recognized by Mr. Ayer.

Cooper in Mr. Ayer’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he accepted Mr. Ayer’s challenge to work on a STEM project and built a marshmallow tower. Recognized by Mr. Ayer.

Anna R. in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she reached out for extra help from her teacher so she could better understand math. This is the mark of a true learner. You inspire me, Anna! She also did TWO extra credit and optional assignments this week! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Emma in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has completed ALL of her school work, including extra credit assignments.  She continues to publish a chapter of her read aloud every day, which inspires others. Keep being wonderful, Emma! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Haley in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK because she has completed ALL of her school work, and has even done the extra credit assignments!  I am so proud of you, Haley! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Ally in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK because she has completed all of her school work, including extra credit!  She even thought of her own science and engineering experiments!  I am so impressed, Ally! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Brayden in Mrs. Smith’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he and his mom turned a white board into a weekly planner to help Brayden keep track of his remote learning assignments for the week! Recognized by Mrs. Smith.

William in Miss Pruitt’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as he continues to be so creative with all of his assignments. He created a fantastic video of himself with crackers and yogurt explaining plate tectonics! Keep up the awesome work William! Recognized by Miss Pruitt.

Jack in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he did an amazing job on his secondhand piece of writing! It was excellently written with attention to interesting details and perfect editing! Recognized by Mrs. Rios.

Ian in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK because he always responds to the feedback he receives on his work.  Ian strives to do his best on all of his assignments!  Keep it up, Ian! Recognized by Mrs. Rios.

Lexi in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK because she takes her time and puts forth her best effort in completing all of her schoolwork correctly and accurately.  Keep working hard and making your mark, Lexi! Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Lexi in Mrs. Bittenbender’s 3rd grade class and Violet in Mrs. Adams’s 1st grade class were seen leaving a MARK when they helped a neighbor by visiting for some playtime with her dogs. It was very helpful! Recognized by a Hambright community member.

Carter in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK as “he has been extremely helpful around the house. He has been helping me (his Mom) clean and do projects. He is such a great helper! He has been cleaning up his messes and toys, without being told to do so!” -Mom 

Mackenzie in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she has consistently worked very hard and completed all of her remote learning activities!  Way to go, Kenzie!  Keep up the outstanding work and effort!! Recognized by Mrs. Groff.

Sophia in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she worked very hard to complete all of her assignments for the week of 4/27 to 5/1!  Way to go, Sophia!  Keep up the outstanding work and effort!! Recognized by Mrs. Groff.

Travis in Mrs. Smith’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when “he walked one of our dogs yesterday without being asked. It’s a job that his dad has been doing since starting working from home. Travis did a great job and picked up after her and everything!” -Mom

Evelyn in Mr. Shope’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when “she completes her work for each day and stays focused so it doesn’t take very long.  She also has been very helpful and encouraging to her sister while she is practicing her pre-school activities.” -Mom

Chloe in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she is working hard on all of her assignments and has created a schedule for herself to ensure she gets all of her work completed. 

Oliver in Mrs. Wagner’s 6th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he helped out a neighbor who needed a extra hand with her pets due to a surgery. He visited twice a day to feed and play with the dogs. Recognized by a Hambright community member.

Cassie in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “she has been sending cards in the mail to her great grandmother who is in a local nursing home and unable to have visitors.  She has also helped to create a chalk message for neighbors outside of her home!” -Mom

Cassie in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she used a strategy for reading b’s and d’s in words without anyone telling her! Recognized by Mrs. Kreider.

Caleb in Mrs. Adair’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “he has been proactive by waking up each morning and getting started on his school assignments without being asked. He has also been showing respect and kindness around the house by helping out with chores and preparing dinner.” -Mom 

Angel in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he “did the dishes last night to help me out. He saw that I had lots of work to do and he decided to do the dishes all by himself and he did a great job. I’m super proud of him; he is working hard, helping around the house and making great choices.”  -Mom

Cooper in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving his MARK when he worked with his younger brother to learn about shapes. 

Nate in Mrs. Martin’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he completed his work in a timely manner and submitted it to his teachers. Nate has been working hard on his remote learning assignments!  Recognized by Ms. Beard.

Hailey in Mrs. Smith’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a MARK… “I just got home and Hailey told me that she found the neighbor’s trash can tipped over and trash on the lawn. She asked her dad if she could pick it up and he said yes. Hailey picked up the trash can and trash for the neighbor.” – Mom 🙂 

Abby in Mrs. Smith’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a MARK as “she has been doing her assignments with little help, helping me clean and get my meds and even helped me cook! I am so thankful for her and wanted to give her a shout out!” – Mom

Jordan in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK as he is working hard on reading and improving his reading skills.  Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Haley in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she got started on her schoolwork right away on Monday morning! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Jaciel in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he got started on her schoolwork right away on Monday morning! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Ally in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she got started on her schoolwork right away on Monday morning! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Emmanuel in Mr. Shope’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he did a great job this past week on his assignments. Not only did
he complete his grade-level assignments, he also took the time to complete assignments for other teachers! Keep up the hard work! Recognized by Mr. Shope.

Elijah in Ms. Jagroo’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a mark when he helped his mom sew masks.  

Shawn in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he completed ALL of his extra credit in math!!!  We are SO proud of you, Shawn! You are such a dedicated mathematician! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert & Miss Miller.

Carson in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he completed all of his school assignments for the first 2 weeks of virtual learning.  Carson is putting a lot of effort into all of his assignments! Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

Ethan in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he did his best with his classwork. Ethan made his teacher proud when he read to her, he rocked his spelling words, and he turned in his work on time!  Recognized by Ms. Beard.

Annaleigh in Ms. Gilbert’s class was seen leaving a MARK as she continues to go above and beyond with her school work.  She even made TWO projects to thank and honor our first responders. She has been a champion in our classroom.  I’m proud of you, Annaleigh! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Maeson in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK when he worked hard practicing letters and sounds with his mom. Recognized by Mrs. Kreider.

Ian in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he and his mom dropped off supplies for those in need.

Chris in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he did an amazing job on his Native American House-Building project! He created it out of popsicle sticks and plants. It was very intricate and even had a couch inside! Recognized by Mrs. Rios.

Bradley in Ms. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK as he continues to work hard and is always smiling while he works. Recognized by Ms. Kyper.

Ella in Miss Szentesy’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she created a YouTube channel in which she reads to children.  She is so excited to be doing this!  In her words, “I want to read to kids who might not have books or might not have someone to read to them.”  She has done a great job and has 3 videos so far! 

Ava in Mrs. Bock’s 6th grade class was seen leaving a MARK as she continues helping her mom send her sister’s school work to Mrs. Adair, and specials teacher when requested. She is consistently willing to help whenever asked, which is truly appreciated as her mom continues to work from home. 

Chloe in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she completed her planet project in science.  Her work was neat and organized, and it came complete with a video of her describing her project in detail!  Awesome work!! Recognized by Mrs. Rios.

Easton in Mrs. Rook’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he helped mow his family’s lawn then he went to their elderly neighbor’s house and helped mow the hill on the side of his house that he can’t do anymore.   

Leia in Miss Pruitt’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she asked great questions about her assignments and was working really hard to stay organized throughout the week. Keep up the great work Leia! Recongized by Miss Pruitt.

Anupama in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving her MARK when she completed all remote learning assignments in a timely manner and to the best of her ability. Keep up the great work, Anupama! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Molly in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving her MARK when she went above and beyond on her remote learning assignments. Way to go, Molly! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Noah in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving his mark when he developed creative and thoughtful projects to supplement his remote learning. Go Noah! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Violet in Mrs. Adams’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she completed all of her work on a daily basis! Keep it up, Violet. Recognized by Mrs. Adams.

Ian in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he produced nop-notch projects and assignments for the week of 4/13 to 4/17!  Way to go, Ian!  Keep up the outstanding work and effort!!! Recognized by Mrs. Groff.

Beyanis in Mrs. Hoke’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she saw that there was a puddle of water on the floor at home and was so worried that her family would slip and fall. She took the mop, dried up the floor and placed a bucket directly under the leak! She has been so understanding and helpful this past month!

Kristina in Mrs. Groff’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she worked very hard to complete all of her assignments for the week of 4/13 to 4/17!  Way to go, Kristina!  Keep up the outstanding work and effort!!! Recognized by Mrs. Groff.

Quinncy in Miss Szentesy’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he went above and beyond with his work this week.  He put forth 100% effort into all assignments during remote learning! Recognized by Miss Szentesy.

MaKenzie in Mrs. Bittenbender’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she went above and beyond to complete her online learning work.  She created a whole poster for one of the science experiments! Recognized by Mrs. Bittenbender.

Emely in Mrs. Adair’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she started waking up each morning with a warm greeting for her family and following a routine at home.

Carter in Mrs. Kyper’s kindergarten class was seen leaving a MARK when he wrote a thank you message for ALL essentially employee in chalk on the pavement.

Manny in Mr. Showalter’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he completed all his school work for the week by Thursday afternoon. Recognized by Mr. Showalter.

David in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class when seen leaving a MARK when he started getting up every morning for the past several weeks and making his bed and doing his schoolwork without complaining. He has worked hard and put a lot of effort into the things he has done.

Bentley in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class when seen leaving a MARK when he did an amazing job on his animal creation science project! It was creative, neat, and edited for correct spelling, punctuation, and capital letters! Recognized by Mrs. Rios.

Brooks in Mrs. Hoke’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he started teaching his younger sister to do the Pledge of Allegiance every morning.

Dylan in Miss Pruitt’s 5th grade class and Ella in Mr. Shope’s 2nd grade class were seen leaving a MARK when they came home with a bag of trash that they had cleaned up in the neighborhood without being asked.

Liam in Mrs. Smith’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he saw his Mom getting stressed with work, so he created her a handmade coloring book to make her feel better.

Mialany in Mrs. Adair’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she helped her mom make dinner yesterday, did the kindness project, and helped lot at the house.

Lucas in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class when seen leaving a MARK when he used his free time creatively and improved his cooking skills from home! 

Rowan in Mr. Ayer’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he put forth extraordinary effort on his writing and created amazing original stories. Rowan did much more than was required. Way to go, Rowan! Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Bradyen in Mr. Shope’s 2nd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he helped with chores around the house and worked on remaining patient.

Nina in Mrs. Harnish’s 5th grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she expressed gratitude to her teachers for putting together the remote learning curriculum, and put forth her best effort on her work from home. Recognized by Mrs. Harnish.

Annaleigh in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she joined Google classroom and eagerly began completing her school assignments. She even took initiative to create her own question for the class!Excellent work getting your classmates involved, Annaleigh! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.  

Ava in Mrs. Rios’s 4th grade class was seen leaving a MARK by doing extra chores! Found out how much she really enjoys the dry mop! Such a great helper!

Cody in Ms. Giblert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he has included his sister in his creative endeavors while school has been closed. I know how helpful it must be to his parents to have such a great role model at home. I especially loved the GIANT Candy Land board game you built.  Cody always has a good sense of humor, even when the cardboard car tips over! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Skylar in Mrs. Smith’s 1st grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she drew this outside (with some help from siblings) to make people that drive by feel better during the quarantine. 

Picture draw on road

Ethan in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when he and his siblings made cards to deliver to residents of a nursing home.  In times like these when older people can’t visit with their families, I know those hand-made cards meant a lot to them.  Kindness is such a special gift. Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Ally in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she starting actively working on all of her homework assignments!  I especially love her soil sample experiments! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Emma in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she started filming read-aloud videos almost every day and posting them to her YouTube channel!  Emma even posted an art tutorial.I am so proud of her creativity! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Anna in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she and her sisters made a music video to teach us about the 7 continents of the world! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.

Haley in Ms. Gilbert’s 3rd grade class was seen leaving a MARK when she started writing wonderfully creative stories!  Keep writing, Haley! Recognized by Ms. Gilbert.