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HMS lists students of the month


Gage Chapman

From Havre Middle School

Havre Middle School's Sixth-Grade Student of the Month for April is Gage Chapman.

Gage is the son of Sam and Kristin Chapman. He has one brother, Triptyn Chapman.

Gage participates in football, wrestling and track at the HMS. Outside of school he is involved with baseball and basketball. In his spare time, he loves hanging around family and friends.

Teachers comment on Gage's kindness and diligent work ethic. His extra effort and insight in classroom discussions allows fellow classmates to have a better understanding on topics being discussed. Gage is definitely setting the standard for what an HMS student should strive to become.

Gage's future goal is to attend college after high school.

April's Seventh-Grade Student of the Month at HMS is Patrick Stickel.

Patrick is the son of Joe and Glenda Stickel. He has two brothers, Fred and Duncan, and one sister, Claire Stickel.

Patrick is active in band, spot lighters, jazz band and is a part of the Havre Middle Schools Gifted and Talented program. Outside of school Patrick spends his time playing soccer, listening to music or riding bikes with his twin brother.

In the classroom, Patrick is upbeat and has a positive personality. He has a strong work ethic and maintains a high GPA. Patrick displays strong leadership skills that make him a great role model for other students. His personality lights up the middle school and makes it a wonderful place for everyone.

In the future Patrick strives to become an orthodontist or geologist.

Chloe Shennum is HMS' Eighth-Grade Student of the Month for April.

Patrick Stickel

Chloe is the daughter of John Shennum and Chesa Gasvoda. She has three siblings, Mylee, Leyton and Madison Shennum.

Chloe participates in track and volleyball for Havre Middle School and softball for the city league. In her free time Chloe loves painting, drawing and playing the piano. She also enjoys traveling, shopping and being around family.

As a student, Chloe is kind and is always exceeding expectations. She is an active learner who participates in classes and works to her fullest potential. Her willingness to help others models what "Pony Pride" looks like at the Havre Middle School.

Chloe's future plans are to graduate high school and attend college in Montana.


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