Paul V. Moore High School recently highlighted the character trait of manners, and awarded students that have shown good manners in school.
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The proverb “manners maketh man” relays to us that politeness and good manners are essential to humanity.
This proverb is often used as a way to remind people to be polite.
This characteristic makes all of our lives better and knowing that so many young adults at the school are being honored for having exceptional character gives the district an enhanced sense of pride.
Winners recognized, in alphabetical order, are Kah–Lelle Akins, Claire Ames, Stacey Amos, Floyd Bourgeois, Gabe Chisari, Chris Ciotti, Kobe Dellomorte, Hayley Earls, Kailey Emm, Mason Foy, Marley Gaff, Devin Gardner, Sara Garrow, Maddison Haley, Derrick Heath, Joe Hickey, Justin Howe, Jessie Tyler, Noah Kerr, Brittney Koagel, Samantha Lamb, Alexander Lotito, Nicholas Maw, Jeffrey Parody, Garrett Radley, Michael Saccocci, Nicholas Sobotka, Tiffany Solomon, Braxton Warden, Kyle White, Maxwell Yonkers, Kyle Young and Madison Zacholl.