BHS Student of the Month Program
The Student of the Month Program is meant to promote success in and out of the classroom. For a student to be a well-respected citizen, they must be able to balance many different areas of life. They must exemplify outstanding characteristics both as a student and as a citizen of the community. The student must be able to handle many different aspects of student life while maintaining excellence in the classroom. This award is designed to nominate and select students who promote and take pride in Bluefield High School and in themselves.
To be nominated as Student of the Month the candidate must exemplify character in and out of the classroom. A student cannot receive the awards more than once within a year. (with the exception of seniors-all student of the months will be voted on as Student of the Year)
Students will be nominated by Bluefield High faculty and staff each month. A reminder will be sent of the nominations each month. Each staff member can only nominate one (1) student per month per grade. A list will be compiled and the administrative and counselor team will decide on the final student of the months.
The selected students’ pictures and name will be showcased during the month of recognition both at the school and on the school’s website. The students will get a certificate and a gift card. At the end of the year a Student of the Year will be selected for seniors and presented at Senior Awards Day.
Nomination questions to consider:
Does the student prepare for classroom activities?
Does the student go above and beyond his/her role as a student?
Has the student made a significant progress in your classroom?
Has the student been working to their potential?
Does the student have all work turned in?
Is the student a positive role model?
Does the student actively participate and put forth full effort?
Does the student demonstrate respect to the student body, staff and faculty?
Does the student exhibit good character?
Does the student follow school rules?
Does the student arrive to school and class on time?
Does the student engage in extra-curricular activities?
Has the student volunteered at school or in the community?
Is the student a member of a club or organization outside of school?