Two Galion freshmen named students of the month


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Issac Carter (left) and Zhamir Anderson (right), both freshmen at Galion High School, were named Students of the Month for March and April, respectively. (Courtesy Photo)


Issac Carter and Zhamir Anderson, both freshmen at Galion High School, were selected as the March 2016 and April 2016 Student of the Month, respectively.

The positive character trait for March at GHS was “tolerance,” while the positive character trait for April was “honesty.”

Issac is currently involved in the Tigers basketball program. He plans to enlist in the Marines upon completion of his high school education.

“Being named Student of the Month is an honor,” Carter said. “It shows me that I need to keep working hard and making smart choices.”

During his free time, Issac enjoys biking and spending time with friends. He can also be found listening to music.

Zhamir is a member of the Tigers football, basketball and track squads. His plans include attending college and pursuing a career in financial business.

“I appreciate being selected as the April Student of the Month,” Anderson said. “I was just doing what I’m normally supposed to be doing and it’s nice to receive this recognition.”

“Issac and Zhamir are both good role models for other students in our building,” High School Principal Ron Williams said. “Both are very deserving of this honor and I am excited to see how they continue developing during their educational career at GHS.”

For more information about the Galion High School Student of the Month program, please contact Molly Fairchild at [email protected].

Issac Carter (left) and Zhamir Anderson (right), both freshmen at Galion High School, were named Students of the Month for March and April, respectively. (Courtesy Photo)
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_GHS-march-april-students-of-month.jpgIssac Carter (left) and Zhamir Anderson (right), both freshmen at Galion High School, were named Students of the Month for March and April, respectively. (Courtesy Photo)

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