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September Most Inspirational Students of the Month!
Student                          Teacher/Staff
Billy Anderson               Gogel
Adele Arrowsmith          Brude
Sarah Audiss                 Samir
Sophia Berzonetti          Ramirez-Dobyns
Milan Bever                   Stafford
Caroline Carrelli            Clark
Jett Collins                    Oblouk
Timothy Correa             Sahi
Rex Daily                      Grint
Memphis Day               Juarez
Jack Edelhauser           Dante
Sasha Fellner               Eversgerd
Danny Greer                 Lindt
Aarav Grover                Leavey
Sean Jahanbin             Fajardo
Zachary Jensen            Fletcher
Auriyon Khosravi          Siebert
Evelyn Kosoff               Holtz
Stephan Maslov           Dufour
Colin Pene                   Henricks
Sophie Qiu                   Triggs
Evan Sanders              Conti
Grant Schriber             Rivera
Makenna Stefano        Dobyns
Shae Steffins               Sloate
Keirnan Stoughton       Lash
Evelyn Taylor               Robey
Zirou (Lisa) Wang        Schwarz
Natalie Wolf                 Kerrigan
Katie Woods                Fusaro
Darta Wright                Rahmatulla

Renaissance

This year Corona del Mar Middle School will be continuing our academic and character education program. It is known as the Josten's Renaissance program. Renaissance was started by Larry Biddle in Conway, South Carolina in 1987. Today, over 4,300 schools nationwide are Renaissance schools. Corona del Mar will be one of the first schools in Orange County with a Renaissance program.

  • Renaissance inspires the acceptance and excitement for academics that's traditionally reserved for athletics. Through Renaissance, Jostens aims to increase student performance and teacher enthusiasm, and to raise the level of community participation in schools. All students and teachers are encouraged to participate in Renaissance to help improve academic performance. Students benefit from the program because it raises the profile of academics and makes it cool to do well in school. Teachers often cite Renaissance as the source of renewed enthusiasm about their profession.
  • Corona del Mar Middle School Renaissance will celebrate academic achievement, good character, leadership, participation by recognizing rewarding students, staffulty, parents, community in sharing the passion for excellence in education. Corona del Mar Middle School Renaissance transforms recognition from a few top students to all students. Renaissance is the first and only national education-focused program created to recognize and reward the academic achievements of students from elementary school through college.Renaissance also encourages the involvement of parents and local businesses. In fact, many of the awards given to students to recognize their academic achievements come from local businesses, including discounts on goods and services.
  • The students are recognized for academics, attendance, behavior, citizenship, and self-improvement through a process known as the 4 R's of Renaissance: recognition, respect, reinforcement, and reward. Renaissance takes the incentive program from business and ties it to education. Renaissance is an ATTITUDE that is contagious! It empowers students, educators, administrators, parents, businesses, and community organizations to work together to encourage student achievement, celebrate success, and increase community involvement in our schools.
  • Renaissance schools establish goals, develop strategies and plans, identify tools, and track results of their progress. The great things happening in our schools today are the communities’ best kept secret. Schools are the biggest and most important business in town – Kids are 24% of the population and 100% of our future.

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