Geneseo High School student Andrew Rapps was named the first quarter’s “Student of the Quarter.”

Geneseo High School student Andrew Rapps was named the first quarter’s “Student of the Quarter.”

At the end of each quarter, staff members at Geneseo High School are asked to identify a student who they feel deserves special recognition.

Teachers base their selection on the following criteria:

• Has the student shown a positive attitude toward learning the subject?

• Has the student demonstrated leadership in classroom and school activities?

• Has the student been enthusiastic about school?

• Has the student helped others to learn and be successful?

• Has the student been involved in school related activities?

• Has the student expressed a desire to improve?

Students nominated were honored at an assembly and reception on Thursday, Oct. 19.

In addition to Rapps, first-quarter nominees included: Rebekah Beard, Morgan Bjorkman, Esther Brown, Vincent Chan, Katherine Christensen, Rebecca Clementz, Carson Cocquit, Emma Corgan, Allison Craig, Rachel Daniels, Clay DeBaillie, Hali Dodd, Veronica Eilers, Justin Ford, Delaney Fouts, Bek Hartman, Jacob Hass, Melani Hodge, Megan Holevoet, Dallas Jennings, Marissa Keogh, Elizabeth Korthals, Lauren Ludwig, Ethan Lundquist, Kaitlyn McKeag, William McKelvain, Ella Medley, Bailey Mitchell, Mallareigh Moser, Meghan Norton, Zachary Olson, Michael Colby Rapps, Daniel Robinson, Alice Roseman, Ethan Rubrecht, Colin Schauer, Audrianna Schneider, Rayna Sharpe, Keighly Shoemaker, Kaleb Smith, Avery Spranger, Jane Thomas, Mary Thomas, Kenneth VanZuiden, Raymond Venneberg, Jerry Verdick, Rachel Vondra and Mitchell Wirth.