Rams of the Month

Our Rams of the Month are outstanding students who display our District 87 Profile of a Graduate tenets which include evidence of communication, critical thinking, embracing diversity, creation, collaboration, or self-empowerment within their classrooms or extracurriculars. These students were nominated by staff and are deserving of our recognition. Congratulations to all!

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Marco Chavez
Marcos brings positivity and inclusivity everyday to class, builds rapport with peers and teachers, engages in deep learning and challenging tasks, and student shows initiative, responsibility, agency, and accountability in all spheres of school.  –Mrs. Zeller

Kyle Leyva
Kyle’s energy and enthusiasm in Drivers Ed is infectious throughout the entire department. His participation in the classroom is unmatched and he practices responsible decision-making out behind the wheel.  –Mr. Lahey

Brooklyn Horton
Nico has excelled in AP Statistics all year long. In addition to performing extremely well on his assessments, Nico is an active participant in class; volunteering responses, asking clarifying questions, asking extending questions, and helping his peers both in and out of class. He makes responsible choices by getting high quality work submitted in a timely manner. Nico consistently demonstrates all six competencies of Glenbard’s Profile of a Graduate.  –Mr. Voss

Anabelle Stevenson
Annabelle works hard and is a leader in the class. She strives for excellence in and outside of the classroom.  –Ms. Bowen

Vlad Tryfanenko
Despite working long hours outside of school, Vlad brings positive energy to the class. And despite being the only speaker of Ukrainian, he interacts exceptionally well with his Spanish-speaking classmates, even taking the opportunity to learn some Spanish. In addition to his regular classwork, Vlad spends extra time growing his knowledge of the English language by participating in small group instruction with the Literacy Specialist. Recently, Vlad increased his reading rate by twenty words and increased his accuracy by 6%. These gains are a testament to Vlad’s engagement in the learning process. Way to go, Vlad!  –Ms. Johnson