Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight
Posted on 09/04/2015
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2017-2018 STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS

AUGUST
9TH GRADE
RUSSELL PAIR

RUSSELL
Name: Russell Pair

Grade: 9th Grade

Month Recognized: August

Russell has maintained an A average over the past 8th grade year. He was awarded the 2016-2017 Leadership Award at RMS, The RMS Geography Bee Winner, Member of the Duke TIP Program, 2016-2017 RMS Quiz Bowl Captain,  Represented RMS at the National Competition in Dallas, TX, 2nd Place Academic Bee 2017. 
Russell is the 9th Grade Class President, a member of Key Club, and Quiz Bowl. 
Russell has volunteered his time at the Village at Cook Springs Retirment Community. He enjoys spending time with the Alzheimer's patients. 
"As a student at Southside High School, I feel honored and privelaged to have been selected as the Student of the Month" 


 10TH GRADE
LUKE EPPS

LUKE
11TH GRADE
NIKKI MINTZ

NIKKI
12TH GRADE
ADDIE CARDWELL

ADDIR

Name: Addie Cardwell

Grade: 12th

Month Recognized: August

Each year of high school, I have made all A’s. I am dedicated in school and making high grades is a priority of mine. I take all AP courses to better prepare me for college. My success on the ACT displays my academic excellence as well.

This year, I am honored to be Etowah County’s Distinguished Young Women. Additionally, I was awarded “Most Outstanding Crimonsette” at last year’s band banquet. I am also a Senior Notable this year.

I am SGA Vice President, Danceline Captain, ASTRA President, Leo Club Vice President, National Honors Society Secretary, a Global Exchange Mentor, and a Member of Key Club, Spanish Club, Ambassadors, FBLA, FCCLA, and the Wind Ensemble Band. I also take dance lessons outside of school at Miss Tammy’s School of Dance and Twirl.

I am highly involved with most of the clubs offered at Southside High School. A few examples of community service projects that I have been a part of are: Pancake Day, Special Olympics, Blood Drive, Peer Tutoring, Exchange Student Orientation, parking lot clean-up, and visits to nursing homes. I am also a Camellia Hospice Volunteer.

I am thankful to be selected as a student spotlight. I love Southside High School and I am grateful for the many opportunities that my education here has given me. Being selected as a student spotlight means that my will to learn, dedication to my grades, and involvement throughout the school has been recognized. Thank you so much