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Students Are Caught Being Good in October

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Here are the October “Caught Being Good” students from Howells-Dodge Elementary:

6th Grade: Cooper Kreikemeier, Hunter Luther, and Ethan Prusa - They are always willing to help Donna out at the end of the day with custodial duties. Kenadie Throener - She was nominated for being a role model and playing games with the younger students before school.

5th Grade: Peyten Becker - Peyten offered to give up some of her sack lunch to kids that forgot their lunch that day.

4th Grade: Nichole Daake - She has helped the new students out in the classroom in so many ways without even being asked

3rd Grade: Preston Hostetter - As a new student entering our school, Preston has been very kind to his classmates in ways that he may not think has been noticed. Brynn Throener - Brynn was nominated for helping students get organized and helping them find their place in their music (nominated by Mrs. O)

2nd Grade: Mitzuri Bonilla Ramos - She deserves this because she doesn't give up when things are hard. She is always polite and appreciates everything we've done to help her. Sawyer Becker - She is willing to help without being told. She is a good example to follow by making great choices. She also picks students who haven't had a free lunch date in the classroom. 

1st grade:

Madelyn has been working hard at listening and following directions the first time they are given. 

Kindergarten:

Kreightyn works hard in the classroom. She is doing a nice job of trying her best and following directions. 

Braxton is a good friend by helping and including his classmates. 

Preschool:

Brooks is working hard and trying his best in the classroom. 

Adilynn is very kind and is good at sharing with her friends.

 

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