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Middle School announces students of the month


Kayla Hobbs

Havre Middle School's sixth-grade Student of the Month for February is Kayla Hobbs.

Kayla is the daughter of Gary and Valerie Hobbs. She has two sisters, Natalie and Lucy Hobbs.

Kayla plays percussion in the HMS band and participated in the Hill County Spelling Bee. Outside of school Kayla is active in hockey, soccer and softball. She also enjoys playing video games with her friends and doing activities with her family.

At school, Kayla is a very responsible student who has a positive outlook on her studies. She has a strong work ethic and is a real joy to be around. Her behavior represents every aspect of HMS's "Code of Character."

In the future Kayla's focus is to continue her education in college and become an occupational therapist.

February's seventh grade Student of the Month at HMS is Kole VanCampen.

Kole's parents are Trever and Kylene VanCampen. He has two siblings, Kale and Aspyn VanCampen.

At Havre Middle School, Kole sings in the choir. Outside of school, he enjoys doing things in the outdoors and playing video games. Kole also likes spending time with his family and his dog, Trigger.

In the classroom, Kole is a very responsible student that has a great sense of humor. He is an active learner who participates in classes and works to his fullest potential. His personality lights up the middle school and makes it a wonderful place for everyone.

Kole's future goal is to attend college to become a veterinarian or a wildlife biologist.

Kole VanCampen

Brayden Kimberling is HMS's eighth grade Student of the Month for February.

Brayden is the son of Billy and Tiffany Kimberling. He has two siblings, Dylan and Kortlynn Kimberling.

Brayden participates in football and track at Have Middle School. Outside of school he loves playing baseball and enjoys watching the North Stars baseball team. In his free time, Brayden likes hanging out with friends and riding bikes.

At HMS, Brayden has a positive attitude and shows respect to others. He puts forth his best effort in all that he does. Brayden's willingness to strive for excellence is what "Pony Pride" looks like at the Havre Middle School.

Brayden's long-term goal is to earn a sports scholarship to pursue a college degree.


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