North Marion Middle School students honored by Woodburn Kiwanis Club for February

Isabel Doubrava

COURTESY PHOTO - Isabel DoubravaIsabel Doubrava is the sixth-grade daughter of Vikki and Isaac Doubrava and younger sibling to Dylan Doubrava.

Isabel's favorite classes at school are Math Merge, P.E. and science. She loves to play basketball and soccer, as well as work on art projects with her grandma.

In the future, Isabel wants to strive for straight As in high school so she can get into a good college. Afterward, she would like to pursue a career in photography or art, taking pictures of animals or drawing them, so she can sell them to the owners to be displayed in their homes.

Isabel's teachers commend her for her hard work.

"She has gotten better at organizing her work to know when her assignments are due and what she needs to work on at home. She takes the lead on her education, helping other students to understand the material if she gets it herself. If she struggles, she asks the teacher for help and doesn't give up! We are impressed with her efforts and willingness to try, try again."

Anna Guzman Munoz

COURTESY PHOTO - Anna Guzman MunozAnna Guzman Munoz is the seventh-grade daughter of Fabiola Munoz and Mario Guzman. She has three siblings — Kevin, Mario and Miguel.

Anna is a wonderful artist and a top-scoring student in reading and math. Outside of class, she enjoys playing volleyball.

After graduating high school, Anna is interested in attending a good college where she will consider the goal of studying for a law degree to become a lawyer.

Her teachers all agree that Anna is deserving of this award.

"She puts in the time and effort, and it pays off in her achievements. Anna is always finding ways to help other kids and the teachers. For example, she washes any mess she sees in art class, whether she made it or not. During her nomination for this award, teachers got enthused at the idea of Anna getting it."

Christian Gonzalez

COURTESY PHOTO - Christian GonzalezChristian Gonzalez is the eighth-grade son of Angelica Gonzalez and has two siblings — Tony and Lexi.

Chris really enjoys science because there is less homework and wants to graduate high school with a 3.0 GPA.

In the future, Chris wants to pursue a job that gives him a hands-on experience.

His teacher says, "Chris is always willing to help any student when they are struggling, whether an adult asks him to or not. He works really hard to make sure he is completing assignments correctly. He actively participates in class and is a very respectful and kind student. Chris is a student I can rely on."

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