Gracie Williams is an exceptional young lady with the drive and determination to take her beyond her own expectations. She is kind, selfless, and helpful to both her teachers and classmates. She is always willing to lend a helping hand, without any questions. She is very involved at Glenbrook School in various extracurricular activities and is an asset to every group in which she belongs. Not only is she a joy to teach in the classroom, but she is quick to volunteer to help with any and everything that is needed outside the classroom. She was a monumental part in helping to make the Homecoming Dance happen this year and she has been a huge help with many other Student Council activities since. Gracie possesses the character that I pray my own daughter will embody when she is Gracie’s age. I cannot say enough great things about Gracie. She truly is a wonderful young lady and I am so thankful that I get to witness all that she will accomplish in the future.
Max Scroggs is the November Elementary Student of the Month for Glenbrook School. Max is the 10-year-old son of Chris and Cydni Scroggs of Minden. He enjoys swimming, playing basketball, and baseball. Selfless, caring, and hardworking are just a few ways to describe what a great student he is. Max is a friend to all and offers a helping hand to any student or teacher in need. Max’s favorite thing about being a Glenbrook student is the support he receives from his Apache friends and families. Congratulations to Max for setting the example of a model student!