RTCA’s Lower School Student of the Month for April is second grader Tilly Baker. Tilly is the daughter of Daniel and Addy Baker. She has two sisters, Brynn who is in the first grade at RTCA, and Maryn. Tilly was selected by faculty because she is always prepared, attentive to lessons, and works hard on any assignment that is given. She doesn’t waste time when she completes her assignments, she will always take out a book and begin to read. She is always respectful and kind to everyone and is an excellent student. Tilly’s favorite subject is spelling and her favorite color is red. She enjoys playing softball and is currently on the All-Star Softball team for the Lyons Rec. Department. Tilly also enjoys playing the piano and singing. When she grows up, she wants to be a singer.
RTCA congratulates second grader Tilly Baker.
RTCA’s Middle School Student of the Month for April is sixth grader Banks Hopkins. Banks is the son of Chris and Marilynn Hopkins. He has one brother, Luke, who is in the second grade at RTCA. Banks was chosen by faculty for student of the month because he strives to do his best in the classroom. He’s very involved in athletics and he makes a conscious effort to make sure nothing slips through in the classroom. He is also a great leader and role model to his classmates. Banks’ favorite subject is Math. He participates on the baseball, basketball, and shotgun teams at RTCA. Banks has been playing travel baseball since age 7 and can be found on a ball field most weekends. In his free time, he also enjoys playing basketball, bass fishing, riding 4-wheelers, hunting, and spending time at the lake.
RTCA congratulates sixth grader Banks Hopkins.
RTCA’s High School Student of the Month for April is freshman Maddie Joyner. Maddie is the daughter of Jeremy and Amber Joyner (1997 RTCA Alumni). Her sister, Anna Kate, is currently in the 5th grade at RTCA. Maddie was selected by faculty as student of the month because she is a kind hearted young lady. She is a quiet leader who can be found mingling in all social groups. Madalyn mentors younger students and encourages upperclassmen. She is the embodiment of a team player. In the classroom or through the various sports she participates in she often offers words of affirmation to those around her. Last but not least, her laugh is contagious and can brighten a room. It is a privilege to have her as a student in our school. Maddie has participated in softball, basketball, track, and soccer. She is an honors student and a member of RTCA’s Leo and Beta clubs. During her free time, Maddie enjoys traveling and playing sports.
RTCA congratulates freshman, Maddie Joyner.