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Students Are Caught Being Good in October

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. 


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. 


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

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