Grade 7-9 Student of the Month

Role Model: My role model is my mom and dad, they help me learn so much and are helping me become who I am today.

What do you like most about Fertile-Beltrami: My favorite part about Fertile-Beltrami is the support I get from the community and getting to spend time with friends.

Activities: I am involved in Volleyball, Basketball, FFA Livestock Judging team and Pop Choir.

Future Goals/Plans: I am planning to get ready for my busy summer filled with livestock shows and hanging with friends. I hope to have a successful year of showing and I hope to keep learning about the livestock industry and all the important duties.

Personal Quote: If you do what you can, with what you have, you will always be successful.

Thoughts from Staff: She is on top of her work, friendly, helpful to her classmates, and an all-around good student. She balances her extra-curriculars and schoolwork well.

Grade 10-12 Student of the Month

Role Model: I don’t really have one, instead I rather think of my future self as my role model. After all, he’s the person I want to be.

What do you like most about Fertile-Beltrami: I like how there are so many things to do involving art at Fertile. It gives me the opportunity to do the things I enjoy.

Activities: I like taking part in the school’s theater program, I take choir and I’m preparing for the upcoming ensemble contest. I recently started practicing the electric bass with Ms. Jossund, and I’ve also done a lot of tricasting for school games.

Future Goals/Plans: My plans for the future honestly change a lot. I’ve thought about many different careers such as forensic science, law, film animation, etc. I’m still trying to figure everything out. However, my two set goals are to graduate college and eventually move to Seattle.

Personal Quote: “All that is gold, does not glitter. Not all those who wander are lost.” – The Lord of the Rings

Thoughts from Staff: Jay creates technically challenging and creative artwork in class. He is always looking for unique ways to solve the visual problems presented to him in class.