Intellectually Curious Learners Recognized as K-notable Knights at Assembly

Today’s assembly recognized 40 outstanding St. Anne students as K-notable Knights. A part of the St. Anne community for more than a decade, the K-notable Knights program encourages students to live out the Mission and Values on which St. Anne School was founded. See the list of students honored!
Today’s assembly recognized 40 outstanding St. Anne students as K-notable Knights. A part of the St. Anne community for more than a decade, the K-notable Knights program encourages students to live out the Mission and Values on which St. Anne School was founded. At each assembly, teachers in grades Kindergarten through grade 8 designate students who have done an outstanding job modeling the School Wide Learning Expectations (SLEs). Areas of recognition include: Christ centered students, responsible citizens, intellectually curious learners, and effective communicators. Students who are awarded this honor are recognized and provided with a free dress pass.

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This assembly honored intellectually curious learners who:
  • Thinks critically, solves problems, and take risks by approaching situations from several viewpoints: researching, analyzing, interpreting, and applying new information.
  • Analyzes, identifies, integrates and applies information from a wide range of disciplines.
  • Appreciates, supports and/or participates in a wide variety of disciplines including religious, academic, artistic, athletic and co-curricular activities.
  • Uses technology to assess and extend learning, and enhance communication.
  • Is a lifelong learner and has a commitment to personal development.
  • Develops effective study skills to ensure present and future academic success.
The intellectually curious learners celebrated at the assembly are listed below:

Kindergarten: Seabastian Hyatt, Amelia Maginelli, Moyer Palmer, Livia Radojevic, and Tom Zhao
Grade 1: Tyler Goddard, Vinny Ibriham, River Monte, Evan Shandell, and Carson Stewart
Grade 2: Aidan Andren, Banks Biffar, Marcos Lugo-Rodriguez, Summer Pesce, Draco Preziosi, and Beckett Ward
Grade 3: Gianni Burdi, Milo Burdi, Brett Burnor, Grady Chiavacci, Brody Krauss, Ruthie Manasseh, and Andrew Walsh
Grade 4: Marley Bemus, Michael Geffre, Reid Hickson, Zeal Locke, and Mason Mazzacavallo
Grade 5: Kiyan Arshadi, Peyton Averitt, Melania Bellino, Leo Chiviacci, and Jack Hrciga
Grade 6: Hudson Powers and Charlotte Taylor
Grade 7: Jason Clark and Nevada Dahl
Grade 8: Emma Brandon and Olivia Chitamun
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