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 the 2018-2019 High School Riders of the Month


September 2019

Ashley AmesAshley Ames, 9th Grade
“Ashley has a great attitude in each class and is always willing to help others. She works well with her peers the adults around her.”
Michael WalshMichael Walsh, 9th Grade
“Michael has a good work ethic. He gets his work done and does his best. He is polite & considerate to everyone. Michael is willing to help others and is a role model for other students.”
Tyshon RichardsonTyshon Richardson, 10th Grade
“Tyshon came to us this year from another district and has proven to be a great addition to our Rider family. He is doing great academically and is an asset to our football team. Welcome to ICC!”
Annabel ClearyAnnabel Cleary, 10th Grade
“Annabel joined Model UN this year for the first time. She dove right in, helping to organize our community fundraiser, Big Truck Day, and getting volunteers. She herself worked tirelessly during the course of the day at admissions, all while doing so with a happy disposition and can-do spirit. She constantly pushes to become more involved and do more to help the club and the other members.”
Ashlyn HunterAshlyn Hunter, 11th Grade
“Ashlyn is an outstanding student who is always prepared for class. Her class participation is strong and she is very helpful to other students in the class. She is an absolute pleasure to have in class.”
Chase HartChase Hart, 11th Grade
“Chase is a role model for other students in the class. Chase is dependable for work completion and reliable for positive class participation.”
Ben SeamanBen Seaman, 12th Grade
“Ben is an inventive and positive peer. He is accountable and will go beyond what is asked of in an assignment.”
Conner PesceConner Pesce, 12th Grade
“We have seen a great deal of maturity in Conner in school, in his assignments and on the Riders football team.”