Hallett Elementary students receive awards

 

Last updated 2/20/2020 at 11:05am



Hallett Elementary School announced its Partners Advancing Character Education (PACE), and other awards for the month of November. This months character trait: Fairness.

PACE: Citizenship awards

Kindergarten

Logan Remington

Payton Smith

Tiegan Hewankorn

First Grade

Jacob Wortman

Jacob Wentland-Kiner

Sydney RIchards

Madelyn Clark

Second Grade

Larry Baumiller

Albanie Bendewald

Lilea Stolworthy 

Brian Schwarzer

Third Grade

Larry Baumiller

Albanie Bendewald

Lilea Stolworthy 

Brian Schwarzer

Fourth Grade

Nashua Sattler

Haedyn Deardorff

Mary Griffith

Skylar Hobbs

Fifth Grade

Aizlynn Trocki

Lacey Graham

Tian Cong Schneider

Elizabeth Garrison

I Can awards

Kindergarten

Olivia Caudell

Hailie Burris

Owen Zelkan

Younis Mnati

First Grade

Amiah Clark

Avery Wellwood

Soren Bauman

Rylee Chicoine

Second Grade

Brookelyn Judd

Aaliyah Tonasket

Jaxon Milender

Madelynn Michaud

Third Grade

Parker Chapman

David Hartman

Ivy White

Micah Boyack

Fourth Grade

Mercury Bergquist

Journey Blazovich

Fifth Grade

Isaac Tyson

Makalia McKenney

Colin Merritt

Lexi Hamilton

BUG (Bringing Up Grades)

Kindergarten

Thomas Lourdeau

Zackary Papiez

Arley Foss

Eden Fox

First Grade

Tyler Steen

Ethan Rodney

Alice Nolan

Wyatt Horne

Second Grade

Monroe Smylie

John Leighton

Zoey Aiken 

Leroy Ruggles

Third Grade

Jayce Chappell

Mason Malpass

Evan Neher

Fourth Grade

Cameron Leal

Mason Hecker

Erykah Calkins

Maureena Werre

Fifth Grade

Liam Horne

Mckaden Roeder

Connor Charette

PACE is a schools program that works to develop character qualities in students such as honesty, respect, responsibility and citizenship, according to the PACE website. Character education helps students to judge what is right, to desire good, and then do what is right. It teaches students how to build good character traits to help improve their attitudes and academic performance, reduce or prevent disciplinary problems in and out of the classroom, and nurture a strong work ethic to create a productive future work force.


 

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