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Citizenship Awards Presented To Dillon Students

Many Emerson J. Dillon Middle School students were recently honored with a Citizenship Award for their contributions as good citizens in school this fall.

EJD Principal Sue Anderson, back right, smiles with pride as 40 students receive the school’s Citizenship Award for having shown good character since the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. The next Citizenship Awards will be given in the spring.
EJD Principal Sue Anderson, back right, smiles with pride as 40 students receive the school’s Citizenship Award for having shown good character since the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. The next Citizenship Awards will be given in the spring.

Students in grades five through eight who exemplified respect, responsibility and good character, and who were role models for classmates received the honor.

Teacher Raina Hinman presented students with a certificate and commemorative pencil, and Principal Sue Anderson was on hand to congratulate the students on their achievement.

Fifth grade recipients include: Katy AuClair, Chase Bacon, Jonathon Burgess, Mackenzie Chetney, Hayley Dygert, Evan Fox, Shawn Froio, Kenidee Grover, Mallory Hess, Jamie Pergrem, Cody Perry and Lillianne Quinn.

Sixth grade recipients are: Alissa Bova, Adrianna Breckheimer, Gracie Britton, Chloe Coughlin, Mary Crandall, Madisen Guerrero, James Hagg, Bethany Hook, Karson Kimball, Kelsey Redhead, Kylie Russo and Nicholas Sisera.

Seventh grade awardees are: Amaya Baker, Natalie Brown, Francesca Goodell, Katherine Holbrook, Zack Mills, Tyler Redhead, Lily Roberts, Aidan Trumble, Thomas Uhl and Mason Watkins.

Eighth grade recipients are: Emma Allers, Olivia Bigelow, Katey Carbonaro, Danielle Case, Jeffrey Cooper and Hailey Goudy.