Elementary school students presented with certificates by South Whidbey School Board

  • Saturday, April 1, 2017 12:00pm
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A dozen South Whidbey Elementary School students were recently recognized by the South Whidbey School Board for their leadership activities and their involvement in the Random Acts of Kindness program.

The board recognized the following with star certificates at its March 22 meeting: India Balora, Molly Nattress, Jocelyn Nichols, Teagen White, Audrey Gmerek, Grace Jones, Mikaela Nelson, Emmett Racicot, Liam Fraker, Caleb Hunt, Railer Biggs and Gavin Williamson.

Students on the school’s leadership team help out around the campus by managing the lost and found and mediating the playground.

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