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Random Act of Kindness of the Month

March 2004


P.S. 279
Rosalie Azzopardi
Teacher - Grade 3
        This month's Random Act of Kindness award goes to Raymond Lau. He sets a wonderful example to his classmates by always being respectful and helpful. He helps his classmates with things they don't understand, and he always shares his supplies when needed without any asking for anything in return.




St. Thomas Aquinas School
Celeste Davis
Teacher - grade 4

                The student from St. Thomas Aquinas in Fairfield, Connecticut that demonstrated qualities associated with Random Act of Kindness for this month is:  Gregory Dykes.  Greg is a creative, funny student that is a pleasure to have in class.  He has a great sense of humor and keeps us laughing.  He also has a wonderful way of coming up with suggestions to make our life at school easier.  He is a good, kind friend to all.  We are all glad Greg is a part of our school community.


Steele School
Scott Stolzenberg
Teacher - Music

        Roy has become the "American Idol" of Steele School.  His energy and passion for drama club is absolutely amazing.  Besides willing to lend a helping hand to all the cast members of "Barnum," he independently goes out of his way to make sure each and every circus performer is prepared and ready to perform the greatest show on earth!  In our play, Roy portrayes the fire eater.  His hot persona and sizzling style makes him our biggest flame!


Claxton Elementary School
Stacey Caskey
Teacher - grade 2

        Our RAOK honoree for the month of February is Olivia. She is always the first person to offer to share whatever she has with her classmates. She moved to NC from Philadelphia early in the school year and has shown us why Philadelphia is the city of brotherly love :)




Alton R-IV Elementary School
Julie R. Thompson
3rd Grade eMINTS Teacher

         Our March honoree for the  Random Acts of Kindness Project is Molly.  Each morning when Molly arrives to school, she waters the sponge for our class hermit crab and makes certain that it has food.  Next, she turns on all of the student computers and connects each browser to the internet.  These are only two ways in which Molly shows consideration for others.  We appreciate the way she shows kindness in our classroom.


Guyton Elementary School
Debbie Johnson
Teacher - grade 2

         Our student this month is Kenneth Barton. Kenneth helps any student is need. Also, he is quick to pick up items dropped by others and return it to them. If Kenneth sees you need help, he offers.  He is kind to everyone and apologizes if he accidently does anything to offend.  He also is very respectful to adults by addressing them as Ma'am or Sir.  Kenneth is a wonderful part of our class!


 P.S. 279
Harriet Stolzenberg
Teacher - computer lab

        I would like to give this month's Random Act of Kindness award to Storme Crooks, from class 1-118. After the children finished their assignment they were allowed to select a game to play. When another child needed help, Storme gave up his free time to help his classmate. He decided to do this on his own. He acted unselfishly to perform a good deed. What a wonderful example he set for all his schoolmates to follow!


P.S. 279
Ronnie Falkowitz
Teacher - grade 5

        I'd like to award the Random Act of Kindness to two students from class 3-A325. One of my students lost her check for the candy sale. Shelby Sanon and Mia McKinley found it and returned it to the rightful owner. They certainly proved to be honest and caring students!

Palmerston Public School
Marcia Williamson
Teacher - Grade 2

        Our nominee this month is Sam. Sam is always friendly and is liked by everyone. He will always play with you when you need a friend. He shares his toys and his snacks and lets you join a game. Sam loves to share a joke with you too. He helps children if they get hurt. Sam is smart and has lots of interesting things to tell you. He loves anything to do with Science. And he listens to you when you are telling him something. If he makes a mistake, he always apologizes nicely.