Daniel Garcia, junior at Denver’s North High School, not only loves science class, but he has plans to use what he’s learned in his favorite classes in a career in geology or similar field someday. Outside of school Daniel plays attack and goalie on the North High lacrosse team and plays multiple instruments including trumpet, bass, guitar and piano. As a scholar-athlete, Daniel has a lot to balance on his plate, but he does so with maturity and poise, and KidsTek recognizes him as our November Student of the Month.
Emily Tow, KidsTek Senior Instructor, nominated Daniel as student of the month because he, “is a diligent student and a good friend. He grasps new concepts quickly and is always willing to help other students in class.”
In a large class it can be easy to be a wallflower, but Daniel’s quiet nature doesn’t hold him back from being consistently engaged in our class. Whether it is asking thoughtful questions during guest presentations, or helping fellow students with class projects, Daniel’s kind nature is a top strength that will guide him to do great things throughout his education and career path.