“You can count on him.” “You can TRUST her.” Is there any higher compliment? That one quality,TRUST is the hardest thing in the world to EARN, and the fastest thing in the world to LOSE.  Students who have earned a reputation for trustworthiness have WORKED at it.  It is not an attribute that can be assigned on the basis of one test, one project, or one incident.  Trust is the culmination of many experiences where the student’s shining integrity has shown through, often in very difficult situations and trials.  Trust means that you feel the student is honest and will not lie, cheat or steal from you.  It also means that you can count on them to do as promised and that they are reliable.  Finally, trust in a person means that you feel he or she can be counted on to do something important, will not shirk from duties, and will take personal pride in what he or she does.   The advantage of having trusting relationships is that we don’t have to do everything ourselves.  We can hand responsibilities over to others with the assurance that they share our values and will carry through.    Having earned trust, that exceptional student then has a high calling to maintain that stellar reputation; but with it comes great self-esteem.

 TEAM 4A:  Julia Anderson and Jensen Olweiler
TEAM 4B:   Alyssa Kreider and Pablo Serrano
    TEAM 4C:    Wyatt Mummau and Abigail Kreider and Brett George
  TEAM 5A:    Westin Kolaric and Megan Handshew
TEAM5B :   Bryce Kreeps and Makayla Zeager
TEAM 5C: Citlally Ramirez and Cole Ginder
TEAM 6A :  Kathryn Hackenberg and Jake Sevcik
TEAM  6B:   Drew Shaffer and Ktrina Barrett
 TEAM 6C:  Emily Epps and Michael Perrin
4th Grade - Kiera De Stefano and Connor Auspach and Jackson Clouser
5th Grade -  John Brosey  and Sean Doll
6th Grade -  Willy Maurry and Caleb Gerber and Megan Rider