Coulter McQuistion, Joseph Adams, Dylan Wilson and Jasiah Tucker were recognized as Harrison High School May Students of the Month recently.
• McQuision, an 11th grader, “studied diligently to score well on his ACT,” said Becky Brasel. “He asks questions and seeks to understand in order to do well. He has also shown compassion to and been an advocate for his classmates who have faced adversity. He assisted the substitute get his class started on a difficult lesson and offered to come back to get other classes started if she needed him,” added Brasel.
• Adams, also an 11th grader, “is always here a few minutes before I am each day,” says Ryan Naff. “He always sets up my room, pulls the chairs down from the tables and arranges them neatly. And he's done this all year, without question. He also sometimes writes a random fact of the day on my board (designated for such) when I am too busy to look one up,” added Naff.
• Wilson, an 11th grader, “Unselfishly gave up his uniform so another team mate could play,” said Chris Pratt.
•Tucker, a 10th grader, according to Brenda Landrum, “always has a positive attitude, he has great attendance, and is well behaved. He's very quiet and doesn't get recognized much. I would love to see him to get noticed and like he is a part of the school.”