Baldwin EMC is excited to announce the fall recipients of the Shining Star Student award. These students were nominated for displaying the Touchstone Energy characteristics of integrity, innovation, accountability and commitment to community.
Lincey Ann Phillips, a seventh grade student at Central Baldwin Middle School, was named Baldwin EMC’s Shining Star Student of the Month for October. She was nominated by faculty member Carly Nelson.
Ms. Nelson wrote in her nomination, “At the beginning of the school year, Lincey was hospitalized for three weeks, but she did not let her illness discourage her. She made up all of her school work with no complaints and no excuses. Every day Lincey has a smile on her face. She is positive, polite, respectful, kind, and friendly. Lincey is the epitome of a Shining Star.” Phillips was presented with a Shining Star Student certificate and a $50 Visa gift card.
Hunter Blum, a seventh grade student from Summerdale School, was named Baldwin EMC’s Shining Star Student of the Month for November. He was nominated by faculty member Tami Rucando.
Ms. Rucando wrote in her nomination, “Hunter shows kindness and looks for ways to help others. He encourages others daily. Hunter has developed a strong work ethic and is an inspiration to his peers and his teachers. I am so proud and honored to be his teacher.” Blum was presented with a Shining Star Student certificate and a $50 Visa gift card.
The awards were presented by WALA FOX 10 TV’s meteorologist Michael White, who also delivered a weather presentation to each recipient’s class.
For more information on the Shining Star Student program, go to www.baldwinemc.com. Nominations will be accepted until the end of May.