Students of the Month from Wabasha-Kellogg’s Physical and Health Education Department

The student of the month is Paul Novak! Paul is very athletic, energetic, hard-working, and passionate about competition.  Paul has been one of the more outstanding members of our Life Time sports class.  Paul has been the champion of our Risk & Croquet unites.  In addition to sports in our class like Bowling, Badminton and Lawn Darts Paul excels in many others.  Paul is very active in WK athletics participating in Football, Wrestling & Track.  In class, he is always on task and eager to participate in our sports.  Paul moves at a 100% pace in whatever game we are playing and he always competes.

 Submitted by Tim Klingbeil

Ms. Anna Vanwey is the Wabasha-Kellogg high school Physical/Health Education student of the month.  Anna is the daughter of Leo and Amy Vanwey.  Anna gives 100% on all of her physical and health education assignments, as well as the physical education warm-ups and fitness tests.  Despite Anna’s drive to improve, it is ensured fun will be had and all participants will be involved in the activity.    Ms. Vanwey’s favorite part of physical education is all the different games we learn to play and likes how the class gives her more energy for the rest of the day.  Her favorite part of health class is becoming more knowledgeable on health related issues and learning about ways to take care and keep our bodies healthy.  Anna is involved in volleyball, softball, and SADD at school and in her spare time she enjoys hiking, shopping and being on her phone.   Anna’s favorite unhealthy food is doughnuts and her favorite healthy food is her mom’s homemade vegetable casserole.  Anna, thank you for being a great role model and making W-K a better place!
Submitted by Ashley Scheel

Claire Gosse is the Wabasha-Kellogg junior high student of the month for the Physical/Health education department.  Claire is the daughter of Mark Gosse and Collette Loechler.  Claire is always motivated to make herself better today than she was yesterday.  Ms. Gosse’s energy and motivation is contagious, as she is constantly helping others and encouraging them to become better.  Claire has great leadership and organizational skills as well, which she demonstrates in class and in all her extra-curricular activities.  Claire is involved in many activities such as volleyball, JO volleyball, basketball, summer softball, spring musical, and student council.  When Ms. Gosse is not participating in extracurricular activities she may be seen around town lending a helping hand at various places.  In her spare time she enjoys writing and hanging out with her friends and family.  Claire’s favorite unhealthy foods are Oreos and cheddar pretzels and her favorite healthy food is mashed potatoes.  When Claire grows up her dream job is to be an author and a teacher.  Thank you Claire for being a great role model and for all you do to make our school and community a better place!
Submitted by Ashley Scheel