RTCA’S Lower School Student of the Month for August is kindergartener Paisley Coursey. She has a younger sister, Nettaley who is in K4 at RTCA, and a younger brother, Austin. Paisley was selected by faculty because she is always cheerful and encourages others to play with her group. She is helpful in the classroom and is an excellent student. Paisley’s favorite subject is P.E. and her favorite color is red. She enjoys playing with her dog and playing soccer during her free time. When Paisley grows up she wants to be a veterinarian.
RTCA congratulates kindergartener Paisley Coursey.
RTCA’s Middle School Student of the Month is Riley Flowers. Riley is the daughter of Brett and Brooke Coley and Jerrod Flowers. She has one brother, Easton, who’s in the 4th grade at RTCA, and a little sister, Hallie, who is in Kindergarten at RTCA. Riley was selected by faculty because she works hard in the classroom and is alway engaged. She plays multiple sports and always has a great attitude in the classroom and amongst her teammates. Riley’s favorite subject is science. She participates in basketball, track, and One Act Play. In her free time, Riley enjoys listening to music, talking to friends and reading. When Riley graduates, she would like to be a high school English teacher.
RTCA’s High School Student of the Month is Bradlan McDonald. Bradlan is the son of Allen and Nancy McDonald. He has an older brother, Steven, who is an RTCA alumni and currently attending Auburn University. Bradlan has attended RTCA since first grade. Bradlan was selected by faculty because he is a great representation of the school. He is well mannered and a leader in his class. He is outgoing and always pleasant to be around. Bradlan has participated in shotgun for three years and plans on participating this year. Bradlan was the Top Shooter for RTCA his freshman, sophomore, and junior years. He was the GISA-AA State Champion in Skeet his sophomore and junior years. Bradlan was the GISA-AA State Champion in Sporting Clays his sophomore and junior years. He was also the GISA-AA Highest Overall State Champion his junior year. Bradlan was also chosen for the GISA All-State Shotgun Team the past three years. Bradlan participated in baseball his sophomore year and tennis his junior year. He was selected as a member of the Peoples Bank Student Leadership Board for the 2022-2023 school year. After graduation, Bradlan plans on attending Georgia Southern University to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
Congratulations senior Bradlan McDonald!
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