Eighteen Utah students will be individually recognized during Salt Lake Bees home games this season. One third of them will be from Granite School District.
Beehive Broadband’s Student-of-the-Game Award recognizes outstanding students who have met goals, helped others, served as classroom leaders, and done other things to achieve academic success and lift their peers.
Each winning student will receive complimentary tickets to a Bees game, on-field recognition during the game, a photo with the mascot, and a plaque. Here are the winning students selected from Granite along with a quote from their nomination:
Logan Ashton – 4th Grade, Crestview Elementary
“He is a great friend to all his classmates, and is never one to tease someone for being different. I appreciate Logan everyday and I feel privileged to have him in my class!”
Shelby Reid – 6th Grade, Elk Run Elementary
“Shelby is an amazing student and citizen! She is very dedicated to working hard, doing her best, and helping others find success.”
Jose Javier – 4th Grade, Granger Elementary
“[Javier] has worked extremely hard completing all of the assignments, correcting his mistakes on assignments and attending school every day. He has improved his scores and is now above grade level in reading and on grade level in math.”
Austin Sandoval – 5th Grade, Hillside Elementary
“Austin is a very special young man because it is always kind, cooperative, obedient, and helpful to me and to his fellow classmates. His pleasant nature is a big help to other struggling students and he is always willing to help others.”
Scott Williams – 5th Grade, Oakridge Elementary
“Scott is easily the hardest working student that I have ever taught. He is a good thinker who values his education. Scott corrects his mistakes and asks questions when he does not understand.”
Audrey Koch – 5th Grade, Vista Elementary
“Audrey is a leader in our classroom. She does not need to be asked to help out, because when she sees a need she steps into action. Audrey always strives to do what it takes to be successful.”