Students of the month: March 22, 2013

My name is Izabella Howe
My name is Amarante Pardo
  • My name is Izabella Howe. I attend Ignacio Intermediate School, where I am a 6th grader.
  • My favorite subjects in school are math, and language arts.
  • My parents are Marquetta and Walter Howe.
  • I like participating in sports.
  • In addition, I want to be a basketball player.
  • I have been chosen as Southern Ute Tribal Student of the month for the month of March because I’m a good roll model.
  • Comments: I would like to thank my parents and friends for helping me.
  • My name is Amarante Pardo. I attend Ignacio Elementary School, where I am a 3rd grader.
  • My favorite subjects in school are math, and writing poems.
  • My parents are Heather and Arnulfo Pardo Jr.
  • I like participating in sports, powwows and the boys & girls club.
  • In addition, I want to be a policeman for the Southern Ute Tribe.
  • I have been chosen as Southern Ute Tribal Student of the month for the month of March because I went up in my reading levels, I am participating more in class and being a leader.
  • Comments: I am very proud of the accomplishments I have made and will continue to work hard. Thank you for choosing me as the Southern Ute Student of the month.
  • Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
    Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum

    The Southern Ute Education Department and staff introduced a special recognition program last year, the program for the young and the talented Southern Ute students attending Ignacio public schools. The staff will recognize two students a month for all their hard work and kindness given to others. Check the Drum each month and listen to KSUT for the announcement of the next honored students as well as an interview.

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