Malinowski named PRMS May Youth Optimist of the Month
PRMS eighth grader, Chloe Malinowski, was nominated for Youth Optimist for the Month of May, by her teacher, Mr. Rindt.
Mr. Rindt comments, “Chloe stands out as a deserving Youth Optimist because she is very driven to be a high achiever. But in my opinion, Chloe’s best qualities go far and beyond earning good grades in school. Chloe has repeatedly demonstrated her passion for learning. She consistently wants to know the ‘why’ when it comes to class discussions and formulating solutions to problems. The inquisitiveness is essential in solving the problems of today and tomorrow and Chloe will be one of those people leading the way. I believe she will leave an important mark on her community and beyond. Her quality work, willingness to look at multiple perspectives of situations and drive to always get better make Chloe very deserving of being a Youth Optimist.”
The daughter of Wendy and Michael Malinowski, Chloe participates in volleyball and middle school soccer. In the past, Chloe has made the Honor Roll, won Student of the Quarter and took first place in Patriots Pen.
In our community, Chloe is active in volunteering with her church, fall clean-up, Breaking Bread meal at Eagles Club and making masks for nurses.
Chloe lists her personal qualities and talents as artistic, good at writing and being a caring person.