Riders of the Month

In November 2014, Ichabod Crane High School proudly began a new tradition of honoring our students that demonstrate our school district’s mission and community values. These students have been recognized by high school teachers and staff for exemplifying what it means to be an Ichabod Crane Rider. They exhibit all-around good character, morals and demonstrate Rider values and Rider pride in the classroom, in sports, arts, music, volunteering in the Pre-K classroom and in the community.

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December 2019

Scroll past names for pictures. Our apologies we’re missing two, we’re working on getting them! 

Jason Borrelli, 9th Grade
“Jason works very hard in class and is always the first one to offer to help a struggling student. He is kind, polite, respectful, and is a positive member of the Freshman Class.”

Ethan Kasulis, 9th Grade
“Ethan has shown great improvement from last year. He participates in a positive manner in class by volunteering answers and helping others. He has been a great help when called on to give feedback and he is interested in improving our school.”

Alex Igras, 10th Grade
“Alex is a motivated, hard-working young man who has a kind word to share with his peers and his teachers. He is a pleasure to have in class. Alex is a student-athlete who has balanced schoolwork with being a good teammate.”

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Meicht, 10th Grade
“Lizzie is a hard worker in class and is polite to her classmates and teachers. She puts in her best effort each class and is a pleasure to teach. She attends sporting events consistently and is always cheering on her fellow Riders.”

Sydney Cook, 11th Grade
“A really hard-working, positive student. She never gives up and tries her very best. Sydney is an asset to class and is a good role model for her peers and underclassmen. She is a great example of an Ichabod Crane Rider.”

Emma Stigi, 11th Grade
“A terrific student who is always engaged in class. Her contributions to discussions are always thoughtful and articulate. In addition, her responses to peers in class discussion always demonstrate her ability and willingness to listen to those who have a contrasting opinion. She is a hard-working student who takes her education seriously. Emma has a positive attitude and is an excellent representative of ICC both in the classroom and on the field.”

Rachel Walsh, 12th Grade
“An amazing Freshman mentor, a leader in the Distance Learning Child Studies program on many levels, and works very hard in the many clubs in which she is involved. Her dedication and follow-through are beyond awesome!!!!!”

Sadie Monroe, 12th Grade
“She’s humble, modest and unassuming. A great kid with a kind heart who genuinely cares for others. Sadie is a good listener, makes new friendships easily, and helps others feel comfortable around her instantly. This year, she befriended a new student who really needed a good friend and a positive person in their life. I feel that she is definitely a “light” in this world.”