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1027 45th St. NE, Washington, DC 20019 Phone: (202) 399-4750
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Congratulations to May's Scholars of the Month!

12th Grade: Antony Crump
Antony Crump is a leader and teamplayer. He is creative, respectful, and dependable. In his actions and behavior, Antony exemplifies IDEA’s Five Guiding Principles. Whether in class or on the field, Ant is someone who can be counted on to be a present, motivational leader who brings humor to the event. As an award-winning coder here at IDEA and incoming freshman at Virginia State University, Ant encourages others to strive to reach their goals and do their best. Ant has made IDEA better and will truly be missed next year! 
 
11th Grade: Cyrus Dingle
Cyrus Dingle is a reserved superstar artist at IDEA PCS. His artistic passion is only matched by his desire for more knowledge. Cyrus may get flustered at some things but never gives up on trying to learn as much as he can about a particular topic. He is currently taking more than one honors course, including Algebra 2 and English. He is an avid fan of anime and is a major gamer. Cyrus is currently learning how to code in order to create his own game in the future. Way to go, Cyrus!  Keep up that Timberwolf spirit!

10th Grade: Nathaniel Poindexter
Nathaniel Poindexter works hard, attends class regularly, and is always respectful. He is a dedicated scholar-athlete who never lets his love of sports interfere with his learning and has earned good enough grades to be a member of the National Honor Society. He has never been overheard saying a negative word to or about another scholar. IDEA could not ask for a better student, classmate, teammate, or human being. His teachers are proud to present Nathaniel as our Scholar of the Month and thankful to his family for sending us their absolute best version of a “Timberwolf”!
 
9th Grade: Jasier Lean
Jasier Lean has been an amazing scholar all year long. While generally quiet, Jasier has made his presence evident every single day by being ready and willing to learn, lending a hand when needed, and having a positivity that radiates. He exemplifies the Five Guiding Principles. Jasier’s perseverance and diligence in pursuing his education are two of his greatest strengths. His teachers know they can always count on Jasier to do what is right without question and without being asked. He is a great role model for the 9th grade class. His teachers are proud to call Jasier their Scholar of the Month!
 
Photos in order from top to bottom:
12th Grade: Antony Crump
11th Grade: Cyrus Dingle
10th Grade: Nathaniel Poindexter
9th Grade: Jasier Lean
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