Each John and Libsack stated they already know the place that cash will go as soon as they graduate highschool.
“I already know the place I’m going. I need to go to Chadron. … That’s the place my cousin goes, and that’s the place me and my finest good friend need to go collectively,” Libsack stated. “I need to be a vet, a hairstylist or a nurse or a dentist.”
“I do know I need to go to Lincoln,” John stated. “I’m not fairly positive but, I’m sort of iffy on what I need to do.”
As fifth graders, they each nonetheless have a while to determine for positive and even change their minds. However what each Morris and Wiedeman like about this scholarship program is that it honors elementary college students and encourages them to consider their future.
“We acknowledge lots of children for lots of various issues, and typically the scholars who do what they’re presupposed to do on a regular basis get ignored, as a result of we are able to belief them to do this,” Wiedeman stated. “It is a actually cool program to attempt to assist seize these college students who simply come to highschool and do what they’re requested to do, no ifs, ands, or buts about it. … And so it’s cool to have the ability to reward Religion for simply being so constant.”
“I simply suppose it’s an excellent alternative for elementary as a result of we’ve scholarships, you recognize, all by way of highschool and junior excessive, however this can be a scholarship that may deal with elementary college students,” Morris stated. “I feel that typically children in elementary suppose they’ve to attend till they’re in highschool, that their grades don’t actually matter … they usually do matter. And never solely grades, however who you’re as an individual, your integrity, the way you suppose and think about your group and the way essential it’s to you and being a frontrunner in that. And I feel Jaxie actually encompasses all that.”