The Daily Item
MIFFLINBURG -- Four Mifflinburg Intermediate School students have recently been selected to receive the Kiwanis-sponsored ASPIRE award for December.
Principal Scott Zimmerman incorporates this award into the school’s anti-bullying campaign and the homeroom teachers choose the candidates that have proven to be responsible, kind, respectful and possess a positive attitude. Each monthly award recipient will receive a certificate and cash award at the school’s final assembly in May.
Hannah Fee, daughter of Janine and Brian Fee, is a third grade student in Mrs. Gemberling’s class. Her favorite subject is math and she is active in soccer, gymnastics, Girl Scouts and her church youth group. She hopes to someday become a veterinarian.
Landon Gessner, a third grader in Mr. Hummel’s homeroom, is the son of Renee and Andrew Gessner. His favorite subject is math and he is active in football (Steelers) and wrestling. His dream is to become a logger.
In Mr. Underkoffler’s fourth grade class, Tyler Foltz, son of Kimberly Foltz, was the student selected. He enjoys science and plays football for the Eagles and baseball on the BXR team. He would like to become a professional football player.
The fifth grade student recognized was Alex Catherman from Mrs. Snayberger’s homeroom. He is the son of Amy Danilowicz and Michael Catherman. His favorite subject is science and he enjoys building with Legos and taking things apart to see how they work. He hopes to someday become an electrician.