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September 25, 2018

Volney Elementary Students Receive Honors for Gratitude


During a recent assembly, Volney Elementary School celebrated students who exemplified the character trait of gratitude throughout the month of November.

Volney Principal Todd Terpening, top left, joins recipients of a Principal’s Award after they were recognized for exemplifying the character trait of gratitude throughout the month of November.

Volney Principal Todd Terpening, top left, joins recipients of a Principal’s Award after they were recognized for exemplifying the character trait of gratitude throughout the month of November.

Principal Todd Terpening encouraged all students to show appreciation for things and people.

He then joined a few students and teachers in singing a gratitude song.

The following students received a Principal’s Award because their actions demonstrated they can make a difference in their school:

Connor Taft, Isabella Wood, Deven Catalone, Evan Calkins, Treyvin Munger, Collin White, Emma Spaulding, Cayden Reed and Santina Cunningham.

Also recognized were Tyler Budd, MacKenzie Kerfien, Collin Cunningham, Elijah Turner, Shayla Sykes, James Salisbury, Madison Flood, Lyndsey Warner and Noah Morales.

Students beam with excitement as they receive their “On a Roll” awards from Principal Todd Terpening, top left, for having shown academic or social achievement throughout the month of November.

Students beam with excitement as they receive their “On a Roll” awards from Principal Todd Terpening, top left, for having shown academic or social achievement throughout the month of November.

The following students also were recognized for being “On a Roll” with academic or social achievement:

Drew Fischel, Sadie Davis, Jeffery Conklin, Roebrt Moon, Payton Parkhurst, Kendyll Bixby, Eveln Lischak, Anna-Alice Bannar, Gwendalyne Hollenbeck, Xander Perry and Scott Cook.

Also honored were Justin Decker-Bennett, Nathan Hutchinson, Allie Warner, Sabastian Nastasi, Kyle Crutchley, Hannah Shinnick, Shane Goutermout Reynolds, Mason Firenze and Alexa Luster.

During the assembly, a majority of the student body sported bracelets they received indicating they had been referral-free throughout the first 10 weeks of school.

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