Phoenix Students Recognized For Qualities of Citizenship

Emerson J. Dillon students were recognized by Principal Sue Anderson for being good citizens and demonstrating the qualities of being dependable, responsible, courteous, thoughtful of others, congenial, friendly and showing school pride through the “Dillon Way.”

Phoenix students receive citizenship awards.
Phoenix students receive citizenship awards.

The “Dillon Way” motto at EJD Middle School is: Respect + Responsibility=Success.

Students were congratulated during morning announcements and received a certificate for serving as excellent role models for their peers.

Students recognized were:

Gabriella Allen, Isabella Allen, Gracie Altman, Sarah Ashby, Amaya Baker, Virginia Bednarski, Adrianna Breckheimer, Lana Brown, Sara Brunell, Chloe Calkins, Danielle Case, Chloe Coughlin, Mary Crandall, Hailie Dailey, Mackenzie Davis, Gianna DeRoberts, Mariah Gilligan, Jayde Jacobson, Karson Kimball, Alivia Lamphere, Maggie LaPine, Danielle Lefebvre, Ross McFarland, Christian McKay, Caitlyn Mitchell, Alex Olschewski, Carter Pinkley, Kaitlyn Pyzdrowski, Andrew Quinn, Gabriel Rebensky, Keaton Renfrew , Olivia Ripley, Lily Roberts, Hannah Sallis, Olivia Snyder, Olivia Thrall, Josh Van Gorder, Grace Vestigo, Mason Watkins and Molly Werth.