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Holy Angels students of the month | By Anna Weise

November 4, 2021 – West Bend, WI – Holy Angels Catholic School, 230 N. 8th Avenue, West Bend, WI, announces the students of the month for October.
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Photo left to right: Juliana Kroening, Max Dahlberg, Abby Liefrring

6th Grade: Juliana Kroening
Juliana stands out among her peers for her willingness to doggedly pursue answers to
questions. She absolutely will not stop until she has completely mastered the content. This
determination combined with a true intellectual curiosity makes her a favorite among the junior high teachers. Juliana is also a sweet and kind person which makes her well-liked among her peers. When she isn’t wowing us at school, Juliana is reading (she loves The Hunger Games), doing backflips on her trampoline, or hitting the ski slopes.

7th Grade: Max Dahlberg
Max is a fun-loving, social kid who feels comfortable interacting with everyone. His positive
attitude is appreciated. All of his teachers comment that he enlivens class with his intelligent answers and insightful comments. He is quick to catch on to new ideas and his schoolwork is always produced at a high level. Max is active, enjoying his dirt bike as well as snowboarding. Football is a passion of his (not to mention constant analysis of his fantasy football team).

8th Grade: Abby Lieffring
Abby is one of a group of mature, responsible, and helpful 8th graders. She consistently shows her great study habits, interest in learning, and willingness to put the work in to do well. Her teachers agree that she is cheerful, dependable, and easy to teach. She works well in groups and independently. Abby helps out with the younger kids as a patrol. When she isn’t playing volleyball, hanging with her friends, or eating ice cream, Abby might be found reading Harry Potter books or playing with her brother.

 

 

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