Students in 8th grade have an opportunity to apply for the prestigious Husky Honor Award. Students must meet the criteria listed below in order to proceed to phase II of the application process. The Husky Honor criteria are
minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA
Community service hours
Participation in extra-curricular activities
Good Citizenship (Students with a major referral are automatically disqualified)
Students cannot have more than 10 excused absences or more than 3 unexcused absences or tardies.
Students recognized as Husky Honor students must maintain grades and citizenship up to and including promotion.
*See Husky Honor Application for more details.
Phase II consists of a
60 minute written essay
Panel interview (consisting of teachers, parents, administrators, and classified personnel)
The panel selects the Husky Honor Students based upon their overall performance and overall score. Students are encouraged to prepare ahead of time using the materials given to the applicants.
8th grade students who meet a cumulative GPA criteria from 6th-8th grade academic years will have the opportunity to earn a cord to wear over their gowns during the promotion ceremony, in order to earn a cord:
Students in grades 3rd-8th have an opportunity to be a Husky Scholar. In order to qualify for this award, a student must reach grade-level proficiency in Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. Proficiency is measured by a cumulative 3.0 GPA and proficiency in core subjects.
Students in grade K-8 have an opportunity to be recognized as a Husky Achiever at the conclusion of the year based on the student's overall performance in class. Students are selected by their classroom teacher.
T.L. Reed Husky of the Year is a student that has the Husky qualities of hard work, determination, and responsibility, as well as has:
Good citizenship which includes being kind, helpful, and understanding.
Strong character which includes making good choices, having the courage to make his/her own choices, and is a student that stands by their choices
Academic progress, which includes showing a true desire to learn and asking important questions that, makes him/her stand out above the others.
School spirit which is shown through support of the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. He/she show pride being a mighty Husky.
Students in grades 1st-8th have an opportunity to be a T.L. Reed Husky of the Year as well as a Husky Achiever. One student per class will be chosen at the end of the year and recognized at the year-end assembly.