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