Grover Cleveland Middle School Announces June Students of the Month

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Grover Cleveland Middle School in Caldwell has announced its Students of the Month for June. This month’s students are (left to right) sixth grader Phillip Krupp, seventh grader Mario Garcel and eighth grader Nicholas Castellano. Credits: Christine Corliss
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CALDWELL, NJ – Grover Cleveland Middle School in Caldwell, recently announced its Students of the Month for June.

This month’s students are: sixth grader Phillip Krupp; seventh grader Mario Garcel; and eighth grader Nicholas Castellano.

“Phillip demonstrates great work ethic and sportsmanship during class,” said a teacher representative. “He will always be the first to raise his hand, volunteer to demonstrate, or assist in setting up or cleaning equipment. He always checks to make sure that there is nothing with which can help before leaving the classroom.”

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About Mario, teachers commented, “Mario is a diligent student who is curious, enjoys learning, and asks challenging questions. He works well with his classmates and always makes a significant contribution to the class”

“Nick is just an overall great eighth grade kid,” said one teacher. “He is very bright, very nice, very polite, very respectful, very cooperative, and very helpful.”

To be nominated as Student of the Month, students must achieve academic success, exhibit appropriate behavior, possess a positive and friendly attitude, be genuine in that they are understanding, honest, and caring, and be a creative thinker.

The Caldwell-West Caldwell School District column covers happenings and events in and around the Caldwell-West Caldwell K to 12 School District. Follow us for news and features about our students, staff, and schools, including academic honors, major sporting events and accomplishments, community interactions, special events, alumni happenings, student features and more.

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