RTCA’s lower school Student of the Month for October is 2nd grader Faith Smith. Faith is the daughter of Tammy and Dennis Smith and has three sisters, Julie, Gail, and Tessa and two brothers, Cody and Dean. Faith was chosen by faculty because she always follows directions, stays on task and is always willing to help others. Faith is very conscientious in all of her classes and loves RTCA. She is a great example of what a leader should be for her peers and strives to do her very best at all times. Faith’s favorite subject is math and her favorite color is pink. Faith loves to draw, color, or anything that has to do with art. When she grows up, she wants to be a teacher. RTCA congratulates 2nd grader Faith Smith.
RTCA’s middle school Student of the Month for October is 6th grader Jacob Harris. Jacob is the son of Jon Harris and Amelia Hightower. Jacob has one brother the late Caleb and one sister Evie, who is in kindergarten at RTCA. He has two cats, Snuggles and LuLu. Jacob was selected by faculty because he is very polite and helpful towards other students in his class. He is a hard worker and a great role model. Jacob’s favorite color is light green. He enjoys PE, weightlifting, hunting, fortnight, and football. When Jacob grows up, he wants to join the army. RTCA congratulates 6th grader Jacob Harris.
Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s October Student of the Month is Freshman Emma NeeSmith. Emma is the daughter of Dianne White and Terry NeeSmith. She has attended RTCA since K4 and has a younger sister Ava Grace, who is in the 6th grade at RTCA. Emma was selected by faculty because she works hard academically and athletically. She is very encouraging to her classmates and is always willing to help. Emma has participated in cheerleading and track for five years and basketball for four years. In eighth grade, Emma was part of the State Championship Competition Cheerleading team. Her freshman year of cheerleading, Emma was selected as an all American Cheerleader and was invited to perform at the London New Year’s Day Parade. She has been a member of the Junior Beta Club and Junior Youth Assembly since sixth grade. Emma has also participated in the Spelling Bee competitions since first grade and has maintained Headmaster’s List since fourth grade. She also received the highest overall average in seventh and eighth grades. RTCA congratulates Freshman Emma NeeSmith.