"Today's Go-Getter, Tomorrow's Leader" is a column that celebrates the children of the Copley-Fairlawn and Revere school districts. If you know an outstanding student, or have a Student of the Month in your midst, let us know. Email a photo and a description of what makes him or her great to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll feature new students weekly. This week, we're honoring Max Brozeit, a fourth grade student at He is the son of Greg and Romi Brozeit.
Max's teacher, Michelle Quinlan, nominated her for Student of the Month, and had this to say about her student:
I am proud to announce Max Brozeit as Herberich’s March Student of the Month. Max has many wonderful qualities that make him an excellent choice for this honor. First and foremost, Max comes to school each day with an amazing attitude! He is always happy and positive, which helps to make our classroom a pleasant place to be. Max is an excellent example of kindness and respect. His willingness to help out whenever needed is very much appreciated. Max is a conscientious student, who puts forth his best effort at all times. After much hard work, Max was able to reach his goal to bring up his reading grade during the third quarter. His favorite subject is math, which is evident with his outstanding performance in this subject. Max is also involved in extracurricular activities inside and out of school. He is a member of Service Stars at Herberich Primary. Max enjoys participating in Herberich’s after school programs; Spanish Club is his favorite. Outside of school Max enjoys playing soccer. Max often speaks with me about a cause that is important to him, which is raising money for cancer prevention and research. Along with his extracurricular activities, Max enjoys reading in his free time. He particularly enjoys Charlie Brown and German Books. Max also enjoys reading non-fiction books. Max always shares what he is reading with me; I enjoy learning all that he has to share. It is an absolute pleasure having Max in class. I look forward to the rest of the year with Max. While excited for him and his new adventure at the middle school, I will certainly miss Max next year. I do look forward to what Max does in the future. With his caring and helpful nature, I’m quite certain Max will, in some capacity, serve for the good of others. Congratulations Max!
Great job, Max!