November 2004.html

Random Act of Kindness of the Month

November 2004


P.S. 279
Rosalie Azzopardi
Teacher - Grade 3
        The November Random Act of Kindness Award goes to Alex Trader of Astral 3-204 for always being honest and a good friend to his classmates. Alex always uses kind words and doesn't ever try to make others feel bad about themselves. He is a positive role model.

P. S. 279
Barbara Borsare
Teacher - grade 2
        The honoree from class 2-A219 was picked by Helyne. She wrote that Charisma was kind and helpful to her because she helps her and shares. Helene said Charisma is nice to her and shares her lunch with her. What a wonderful pair of students!


Caroline Middle School
Sharon Waskiewicz
Teacher - 6th grade Reading & Language Arts

        I would like to recognize a student from each of my three groups of students. First, Becky Doggett has been recommended by her peers to be recognized because she is nice and helps people. She is very kind and willing to share.
         Next, Tori Sullivan has been recommended by her peers to be recognized. She is very nice and helpful. Once, she bought a friend lunch when the friend forgot her lunch money. She lends out pencils to those who don't have them for class. Tori is respectful and has a good attitude.
         Finally, Logan Motley has been recommended by her peers to be recognized. She is kind and nice, and she is a great friend. Logan is always willing to do something for you. We recognize these three students from Caroline Middle School for Random Acts of Kindness of the Month for October!


 P.S. 279
Harriet Stolzenberg
Teacher - computer lab

         I would like to honor my two monitors from Astral 5-309. Instead of being out in the yard with their friends, Alvin and Christopher arrive early each morning to help set up the computer lab. They come in to make sure the lab is ready for the day's classes. They were quite helpful when we had to be ready for the 5th grade testing. Every machine had to be on the correct web site, ready for the classes. With the help of these boys, we were ready each day. Their know-how and kindness benefit all who enter the lab!

Steele School
Scott Stolzenberg
Teacher - Music

        No she's not a firefighter, but when third grader Danielle at the Steele School hears the sound of the fire alarm, she becomes a hero by assisting twenty-two kindergarteners down the steps, out the door and safely onto the playing field. Since the kindergarten teacher has to make sure every student exits the room, she is the last to leave and Danielle comes to the rescue as she meets and guides the leader of the kindergarten line down the steps and out. We are lucky to have Danielle's assistance as well as only fire drills!


Claxton Elementary School
Stacey Caskey
Teacher - grade 4

        Our RAOK honoree for this month is Greta. Greta is always kind and considerate. At lunch, she always makes sure that no one is sitting alone and will make sure that no one is ever left out at recess!