On Wednesday, February 21, 2018, O’Shaun Rodriguez, a 5th grade student at Ted Vick School, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what he wants to be when he grows up; O’Shaun answered that he wants to be a basketball player and go to UCLA. If he is injured, his back-up plan is to be an engineer.

Mrs. Rifkin, O’Shaun’s teacher wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“O’Shaun was nominated by our staff as he is a model student. He always strives to improve in all he does. His classmates look up to him because he is a peacekeeper, athlete, and protector of the learning environment. O’Shaun can always be counted on to be a leader, make great choices, and take care of his friends. He is always respectful, responsible, and amazing! ”

L-R: Ken Larson, Estaniseao Rodriguez (dad), O’Shaun Rodriguez, Melody Bradley (mom), Diana Tabet,Principal Vikki Chavez

On Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Marisol Lerma, a 1st grade student at West Creek Elementary School, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what they want to be when they grow up; Marisol answered that she wants to be a teacher.

Ms. Herrera, Marisol’s teacher, wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“It has been a pleasure getting to know Marisol this school year. Her friendly character makes her a role model for her classmates. She gets along well with others in the classroom and on the playground. Marisol arrives at school each day with a smile, ready to learn. She puts evident effort into all her work and completes all her assignments with quality in mind. Her passion for learning is evident in all she does. Marisol has made and continues to make amazing progress across the curriculum, I am extremely proud of her!”

On Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Jussto Stanfield, a 1st grade student at Eagle Ranch Elementary School, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what they want to be when they grow up; Jussto answered that he would like to be a police officer.

Mrs. Wiley, Jussto’s teacher, wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“Jussto has improved greatly with his attitude about school, working with peers, and academics. Jussto has improved his reading ability from 0.2 in August to 2.0 or second grade in April. In Math he tested at the beginning of first grade or 1.0 and now in April he is at 1.9. His behavior in the classroom has turned around tremendously. He was unable to sit still, focus, complete work assignments, or leave other children alone. He is now focusing on lessons, completing his course work and playing well with his peers. He is now a model student that I often use when explaining proper behavior. It is my honor to recommend Jussto for the Rotary Club Student Award.”









On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 De ’Eric Hall, a 6th grade student at Melva Davis Academy of Excellence, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what he wants to be when he grows up; De ‘Eric answered that he wants to be a basketball player or a firefighter.

Mrs. Olivarez, De ‘Eric’s teacher wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“De ‘Eric has shown great improvement in attitude and academics. He is working very hard in class and trying his best. He is producing quality work in class. He is also showing some great leadership skills."

L-R: Ken Larson, De ‘Eric Hall, Pamela Brown (mom), Diana Tab










On Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Curtis Durant, an 8th grade student at Mesa Linda Middle School, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what he wanst to be when he grows up; Curtis answered that he wants to be a Marine.

Mrs. Tuttle, Mesa Linda Middle School’s principal wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“Curtis started off the school year pretty rough. He was constantly getting in trouble for being defiant. He was not following school expectations and could be very disrespectful to adults on campus. He has made a huge change in his behavior. He is now attending his classes and staying there for the entire class. He is respectful to adults on campus is follows our expectations. We are so proud of the progress he has made and can’t wait to see him walk the stage for promotion on the last day of school!”

L-R: Jackie Martin, Grace Rhoades (school secretary), Curtis Durant, Alicia Tuttle (principal), Diana Tabet, Charles Gehrk

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On Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Rabea Hassan, a 5th grade student at Gus Franklin, Jr. STEM School, was presented with the Rotary Club’s S.T.A.R. award and a gift card at the Rotary Club of Adelanto luncheon. The student is also asked what they want to be when they grow up; Rabea answered that she hopes to work in the medical field as a clinical psychologist.

Mrs. Murphy, Rabea’s teacher, wrote the following introduction that was read at the Rotary Club’s meeting:

“Rabea is a hard working student with personal drive. She has excellent citizenship skills. Academically she has shown great growth this year. She has already shown over a year of growth in both Mathematics and reading this school year.”

L-R: Charles Gehrke , Selena Hassan( mom) , Rabea Hassan, Mirza Hassan (dad), Alex Verduzco, Mina Blazy (principal)Type your paragraph here.

The Rotary Club of Adelanto recognizes two Adelanto Elementary School District students on the fourth Wednesday of each month, throughout the school year. The students must meet at least one of the following criteria in order to be nominated for the S.T.A.R. award, "Striving To Achieve Results": 
• Improvement in Academics 
• Improvement in Attitude 
• Improvement in Attendance