October Character Education Trait Students - Self Discipline

Posted by Brunet Parker on 11/15/2019 10:05:00 AM

 October 2019 Character Trait Students   October 2019 Character Trait Students with Parents

 

BOARD RECOGNITIONS

CHARACTER EDUCATION TRAIT – Self Discipline

October 28, 2019 Board Meeting

(The certificates will be presented by Mr. David L. Shields)



AHOSKIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Vanessa Alfaro

Vanessa is the daughter of Gabriela Alfaro and Rosales Salvador.  Vanessa always follows class expectations and is a leader among her peers.  She completes her work in the time allotted and is always willing to help others.  

 

BEARFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL –  Cynasia Ray

Cynasia is the daughter of La’Kyra Askew. She is always focused in the classroom. She demonstrates self-discipline in all areas at BPS and is a joy to have in class.

 

RIVERVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Justin Sanchez

Justin is the son of Jennifer Garcia and Gerordo Sanchez. He demonstrates self-discipline by staying focused to complete his assignments. Justin takes the time to stop and think about the consequences  before acting and is helpful to his peers in the classroom. 

 

HERTFORD COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL – Miles Pugh

Miles is the son of Hermea, Jr. and Kristi Pugh. He exemplifies self discipline by following directions and school rules. Miles is known for his creative style and the ability to make the best decisions possible when faced with challenging situations. 

 

HERTFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL – Kyra Mabine

Kyra is the daughter of Kenneth and Shelly Mabine.  She is a great student and a hard worker. She is responsible, personable, and respectful.  Kyra takes pride in her work and shows a willingness to learn.

 

CS BROWN HIGH SCHOOL  - Camille Eley

Camille is the daughter of Yolanda Byrd.  She exemplifies what it means to be Self-Disciplined.  She works extremely hard and digs deep when tasks are difficult to make certain that her work is of high quality.

 

EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL  Terliyah Cherry

Terliyah is the daughter of Robert and Teresa Harrell.  She is not just disciplined in her own behavior, but she actively encourages her classmates to develop this skill as well.