Congratulations to our March Students of the Month!
R.T.C.A.’s lower school Student of the Month for March is Kindergartener Cooper Hardman. Cooper is the son of Derek and Dequera Hardman and has a brother, Jackson and a sister, Ella. He also has a dog named Curt Russel. Cooper is an energetic young man. He has an amazing personality that always encourages others. His eagerness to learn is an inspiration to everyone in the class. Cooper loves to write and his favorite color orange. He enjoys playing basketball, singing and running. A fun fact about Cooper is that he knows a lot of interesting facts about dinosaurs. When he grows up, he wants to be a country music singer.
R.T.C.A.’s middle school Student of the Month for March is 8th grader Ellie Graham. Ellie is the daughter of Paul and Jodi Graham and has a dog named Lucy. Ellie was selected by faculty because she maintains a very high average in all of her classes. She seeks to understand the material taught in class and is always well mannered. She is a great leader and someone her classmates can always count on. She is a participant in the Middle School Spelling Bee and plays basketball and softball. She loves to read and hang out with her friends. Her favorite color is blue and when she grows up she wants to be a doctor.
Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s March Upper School Student of the Month is Senior Hannah Coursey. Hannah is the daughter of Alan and Tanya Coursey. Hannah was selected by faculty because she is very responsible, trustworthy and reliable. She is hard-working not only in the classroom but also in any sport she is playing. Her integrity makes her a great leader and someone students of all ages can look up to. During high school, Hannah has participated in softball, basketball, soccer and track. She is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was selected to attend the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership conference after her sophomore year. She had yearly headmaster’s list her freshman and sophomore years and yearly honor roll her junior year. Hannah received the female Christian Athlete of the Year award for her sophomore and junior years and was selected as a marshal her junior year for graduation. After graduation, Hannah plans on attending college and is undecided on her degree choice.