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.

View Previous 2019-2020 High School Riders of the Month

 

APRIL 2020

Scroll past names for pictures. We’re working on getting student submitted pictures for the April 2020 Riders of the Month. If you’re one of them, email your picture to abogert@ichabodcrane.org

Colin Herber, 9th Grade
“Colin Herber’s dedication to his work during this difficult time is very impressive. He positively contributes to online class discussions and has developed good relationships with both his peers and teachers. He has really been an awesome addition to our online classrooms!”

Dwayne Waith, 9th Grade
“Dwayne has attended every Google Meet requested. He has been an amazing contributor and has completed all assignments in a timely manner. His class participation has been outstanding. We appreciate his hard work!”

Carly Lauster, 10th Grade
“Carly has risen to the occasion to be successful during distance learning. She is staying positive and completing all of her assignments. She is supportive of other students, and often offers a kind or encouraging word to her classmates.”

Corbin Burger, 10th Grade
“He is always going above and beyond with his Geometry work. He’s always willing to answer questions and ask questions to help others understand. He is a very kind and respectful student. During these crazy days of online learning, he has not missed one assignment. He is a very dedicated and bright student to have in and out of the classroom.”

Hannah Meredith, 11th Grade
“Hannah has shown tremendous growth this year. She is consistent, dependable and shows great responsibility in completing all of her work with high quality. She is a role model for others in her classes. At home during remote learning, Hannah has done a great job helping her brother and sister, while staying on top of her own work. She has really stepped it up and her family is very proud of her.”

Ivan Gomez, 11th Grade
“Ivan is an extremely motivated student. He always keeps up with his academics. He is also kindhearted and willing to give of his time to help others. He is a leader and role model in the classroom.”

Missy Hilbert, 12th Grade
“Missy is an incredibly strong and caring person. Over the years she has always looked out for others and tried hard to be kind and make others’ days better. Recently she took a negative experience in her life and turned it around to make a true difference in the lives of others. She did a selfless act and is a true hero! Great job Missy!”

Elizabeth Keating, 12th Grade
“Elizabeth is a student who values her education and truly tries to understand the material on her own. If she doesn’t understand a new concept, I can always trust that she will advocate for herself and seek out any extra help she needs. She is also a leader in that she works well with others, and can promote productive discussions when there are disagreements about an answer or process. Plus she is really great at Math Dancing! She is a hard-working student-athlete. She loves field hockey and has helped out with Booster Club camps. She has been involved in GAC, French Club, is the Vice President of the National Honor Society, and is the Secretary of the Class of 2020. Elizabeth has helped organize and run Student Council Spirit Weeks, which is a big undertaking! Elizabeth is going to Providence College next year! Go Elizabeth!”