Homer Flex School freshman Jack Kain holds his Flex Phoenix Award in this undated photo at Homer Flex School in Homer, Alaska. (Photo courtesy Ingrid Harrald)

Homer Flex School freshman Jack Kain holds his Flex Phoenix Award in this undated photo at Homer Flex School in Homer, Alaska. (Photo courtesy Ingrid Harrald)

Freshman wins Flex Phoenix Award

The most recent winner of the Homer Flex Phoenix Award has been announced.

Flex Freshman Jack Kain is the recipient of the Flex Phoenix Award for this month. This award is given out monthly to the student who best represents the “Homer Flex values of respect, ownership, and productivity,” wrote school counselor Ingrid Harrald.

“Jack was nominated for this award for his thoughtfulness and his strong work ethic,” Harrald wrote. “Jack makes many contributions to our school both in the classroom and outside of it.”

“Jack excels in all subjects because he is dedicated and determined,” Harrald continued. “He is detail oriented and completes tasks and assignments to the best of his ability every single day. He uses his time well and is hardworking. Jack leads by example and is always willing to lend a hand. He is a kind and helpful classmate and friend. Jack embodies our Flex values and has been a wonderful addition to the Flex community.”

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