Tribe Scribe and Coca-Cola
of the Month Program
The Academic Student of the Month is selected by DCHS’s School Council. The requirements for this award include being on A-Honor Roll, being in good standing with the school, and having all-around outstanding character and work ethic.
December Academic Student of the Month
November Academic Student of the Month
Mary Beth Dopson
October Academic Student of the Month
By Faith Manning
Kristen Hardeman, a senior at Dodge County High School, has earned the October Coca-Cola Academic Student of the Month Award due to her diligence and dedication to her studies.
“It feels good to have been chosen,” says Hardeman, an active member of the DCHS Marching Chiefs Colorguard and Beta Club.
Hardeman is not only focused in her extracurricular activities but in the classroom as well.
“Kristen is an exceptional student,” says math teacher Susan Underwood. “She consistently works hard and always does what is expected of her. She is a joy to have in class.”
Hardeman is the daughter of Ronnie and Donna Hardeman and has three brothers: Kyle, Cory, and Caleb.
In her free time, Hardeman enjoys playing and listening to music and spending time with friends and family.
September Academic Student of the Month
By Noah Atkinson
J.J. Harrell’s extracurricular and academic excellence has earned him the title of September’s The Tribe Scribe and Coca-Cola Academic Student of the Month.
Harrell, who is a senior, is an active competitor in football and track. He is also a member of FFA and has taken Spanish I, II, and III.
“I feel very honored to receive this award,” stated Harrell. When he is not participating in his many curricular and extracurricular activities, Harrell can be found working at Sonic and attending St. Mark Baptist Church.
After graduating, Harrell, the son of Dorothy and Juan Harrell, plans on going to college and pursuing a career in the Air Force.
August Academic Student of the Month
By Destanee Holliman
Marissa Hall’s good grades and stellar behavior earned her the August Tribe Scribe and Coca-Cola Academic Student of the Month award.
Hall, daughter of Josh and Amanda Hall, enjoys drawing and painting. Her favorite club is Future Farmers of America (FFA), which is advised by her favorite teacher, Tom Cranford.
“Marissa is always very enjoyable to teach and does what she is supposed to do,” Cranford said. “I wish I had 149 more just like her.”
Hall’s main goal for her first year in high school is to make good grades in all of her classes.