CIS students receive citizenship awards |

CIS students receive citizenship awards

Mikaela Rierson

Craig Intermediate School (CIS) honored students at a luncheon Friday, commending them for their oustanding citizenship traits. Each month, teachers nominate students for the Citizen of the Month award.

“One of the things we try to do at CIS is to put a lot of emphasis on positive behavior. This award is one of the ways we do that,” said CIS Principal, Bruce Gregg.

Gregg welcomed the students and their parents, who were invited to the recognition ceremony. “This is truly a special day for me, too, because I don’t get to spend as much time as I want to with the students,” he said.

CIS Dean of Students, Jean Nadler gave a Certificate or Good Citizenship and a bumper sticker to each child. “The nomination for the award is not based on grades, but solely on having a good attitude and demonstrating responsibility,” Nadler said. “Congratulations are in order for these fine students.”

November recipients- Fifth graders
NIcole Collins – A model student, extremely hard worker who gets along well with others.

Moriah French – very helpful and polite to teachers and students.

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Christina Sandoval – a conscientious student who works well with others.

Teren Wilkey – a role model for good citizenship, very cooperative, accepts responsibility.

Sixth graders
Bo Boatwright – a disire to always do his best.

Shane Braselton – a hard worker who asks mind-stretching questions.

Brad Grinstead – a team player and the type of student who adds to the positiv e attitude of CIS.

Rebecca Hankins – always friendly.

Ammi Hoyt – works very hard, always offers to erase the chaldboards.

Tori Pelton – excellent manners and a sunny disposition.

Shastity Roop – kind and thoughtful, a positive role model to others.

Steven Wint – very responsible, friendly, a positive role model who uses time wisely.

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