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Synergy Summit Offers Awards, Fun For Mexico Elementary Students

MEXICO – Mexico Elementary School students embody the word synergy.

Mexico second grade teacher Kristine Speers, left, competes alongside fourth grader Jessica Hill during the building’s monthly “Minute-to-Win-It” challenge, as part of the Synergy Summit awards assembly.
Mexico second grade teacher Kristine Speers, left, competes alongside fourth grader Jessica Hill during the building’s monthly “Minute-to-Win-It” challenge, as part of the Synergy Summit awards assembly.

Defined as the interaction of elements that when combined produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the individual elements, synergy occurs each day within pre-kindergarten through grade four classrooms.

While the combined elements of the classroom create large, positive effects of learning, key students have become shining examples of leaders.

Those students were recently names as award winners during the February Synergy Summit:

For their efforts, the following recipients received a certificate of recognition and a medal:

Evelyn Behling, Tiffany Canfield, Khloe Ladd, Jessica Bleskoski, Paisley Bryant, Charley Burlingame, Alex Eaton, Riley Van Campen, Elliot Isgar, Trevor Haynes, Holdyn McIntyre, Mason Bechtel, Ryan Drake, Colton Kapas, Annalise Hogan, Jaelyn Mykietyn, James Law, Alessandra Magro, Dylan Hoey, Allie Poissant, Kadence Hogle, Kevin Perlet, Rachel Gagnier, Alan Trumble, Kacee Killam, Christopher Schults and Trey Eastman.

The celebration concluded with a “Minute-to-Win-It” challenge with both student and staff member participants.

Principal Robert Briggs commended each Synergy Summit awardee for their extra efforts throughout the month of February and encouraged their classmates to continue working on developing the leader within themselves.