The Windham Eagle student of the week is Leah Walker from Jordan-Small Middle School. She will be entering high school in the fall.
Her hobbies are acting, dancing, soccer, ice hockey and being with my family.
When she grows up she wants to be “a teacher or a physical trainer, but I don’t care as long as I’m doing what makes me happy.
“’Education is important because life would be nothing without learning.’ ‘I love to learn and I love the support our teachers give to us and how they always believe in us.’ Those are the words of a focused, dedicated student and are the reason why the AE Team at JSMS has selected Leah as student of the week. Her quiet, thoughtful demeanor along with her willingness to go out of her way to help her peers makes Leah a pleasure to have in class.”
Leah is the daughter of Anna Keeney and Justin Kenney. She has two sisters, Natalie and McKenzie and an exchange student Alyvia, and a dog Calypso.
“Education is important because life would be nothing without learning. You may not be in school your whole life but you will always be learning and school is the place you learn how to learn,” Leah said.
“I love to learn and I love the support our teachers give to us and how they always believe in us,” she said.
Favorite subject: Math
Favorite TV show: Friends
Favorite Animal: Red-tailed hawk or a German Shepherd
Favorite movie: The Lion King