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Phoenix Students Earn Citizenship Awards

PHOENIX – Phoenix middle school students have embraced the “Dillon Way” motto throughout the school year by demonstrating respect and responsibility, and dozens recently earned recognition for their success.

Students pose for a photo after earning Citizenship Awards for their positive contributions and behavior during the first marking period.
Students pose for a photo after earning Citizenship Awards for their positive contributions and behavior during the first marking period.

According to Dillon Middle School Principal Sue Anderson, the honorees included more than three dozen students who exhibited good citizenship and were dependable, responsible, courteous, thoughtful of others, congenial, friendly and showed school pride during the first marking period.

Anderson presented the honorees with a Citizenship Award certificate for serving as excellent role models for their peers.

Award winners were: Alaina Sutter, Avery Bowman, Cameron Kreis, Donald Hook, Ethan Reynolds, Ethan Zody, Juliahana Dennis, Lillian MacDonald, Myah Burnham, Nicholas Root, Rylee Denslow, Sara Ruetsch, Sophie Delahunt, Alexis Crandall, Celia Tangorra, Edward Pitcher, Elizabeth Caltabiano, Evan Fox, Hayley Dygert, Hope Smith, Isaac Chesbro, Liam Campanino, Lillianne Quinn, Mia Graham, Morgan Lynch, Tateum Patnode, Zoey Stone, Alexandra Hopps, Breannah Demo, Cody McFall, Ella Tangorra, Jake Charleston, Isaiah Gordon, Ashleigh Besaw, Ashlyn Wallace, Brielle DeRoberts, Ethan Fox, Lily Roberts, Tabitha Clark, Thomas Uhl, Tori-Lenn Loosen, Tyler Redhead and Zack Mills.