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16 | January 25, 2018 | The tinley junction School The tinley Junction’s Standout Student Sponsored by Marquette Bank Holly Clevering, Southwest Chicago Christian School sixth-grader Holly Clevering, a sixthgrader at Southwest Chicago Christian School, dreams of becoming a teacher and looks up to her parents. She is this week’s Standout Student. What is one essential you must have when studying? I like to listen to music when I study. What do you like to do when not in school or studying? I really like to draw. What is your dream job? I would like to be a teacher when I get older. What are some of your most played songs on your iPod? My favorite music is Old Church Choir. What is one thing people don’t know about you? I think people know everything there is to know about me. To whom do you look up to and why? I look up to my parents because they are creative. What do you keep under your bed? My keep my craft materials under my bed. Who is your favorite teacher and why? My favorite teacher was Mrs. Voss because she was my Photo submitted writing teacher, and she was very supportive of my writing. What’s your favorite class and why? My favorite class is art, because I love to draw. What is one thing that stands out about your school? I really like the variety of activities we do each day. What extracurricular(s) do you wish your school had? I wish we had an art club. What’s your morning routine? I wake up and eat breakfast. Then I get dressed and get my stuff together, and my mom drives me to school. If you could change one thing about school what would it be? I wish we had a longer break. What’s your favorite food? My favorite food is ice cream. What’s your best memory from school? My favorite memory is when our fifth grade class went downtown for a field trip. Standout Student is a weekly feature in The Tinley Junction. Students are nominated by Tinley Park area schools. KSD140 earns 13th straight award SUBMITTED BY KIRBY SCHOOL DISTRICT 140 D210 From Page 8 • Brendon McCray (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Kevin Meaux (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Taylor Miron (National Merit Commended Student from Central) • Lucas Nienhouse (National Merit Semifinalist from East) • Brennan O’Brien (National Merit Commended Student from West) • Anna Ostmann (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Zachary Parduhn (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Emily Parker (National Merit Commended Student from Central) • Carlie Parrish (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Karnap Patel (National Merit Semifinalist from East) • Julia Roessler (National Merit Commended Student from Central) The Association of School Business Officials International has awarded Kirby School District 140 its Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for excellence in budget presentation during the 2017-18 budget year. This is the 13th consecutive year that the district has achieved this distinction. The MBA promotes and recognizes excellence in school budget presentation and enhances school business officials’ skill in developing, analyzing, and presenting a school system budget. After a rigorous review by professional auditors, the award is bestowed only on school districts that have met or exceeded the program’s stringent criteria. Less than one percent of schools nationwide received this honor last year. Founded in 1910, the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) is a nonprofit organization that, through its members and affiliates, represents approximately 30,000 school business professionals worldwide. ASBO International is committed to providing programs, services, and a global network that promote the highest standards (Left to right) KSD 140 Business Office personnel,- Marge Winter, Muriel Banaszak, Laura Laird, Michael Andreshak, Cathleen Benda and Kim Puccillo. PHOTO SUBMITTED in school business. Its members support student achievement through effective resource management • Lauren Sandberg (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Jeremy Stajkowski (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Sara Swanberg (National Merit Commended Student from West) • Dominic Terrones (National Merit Commended Student and a Scholar in the National Hispanic Recognition Program from Central) • Jack Twohig (National Merit Commended Student in various areas ranging from finance and operations to food services and transportation. Thirty-five students were recognized on Jan. 18 by D210 officials during an award ceremony for National Merit commendations. PHOTO SUBMITTED from Central) • Ashley Williams (National Merit Commended Student from East) • Mary Zopf (National Merit Commended Student from Central) Tinley Park the tinley junction | January 25, 2018 | 17 Our NEW Walk-In Clinic is NOW OPEN in TINLEY PARK! 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