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Random Act of Kindness of the Month

December 2005


P.S. 279
Rosalie Azzopardi
Teacher - Grade 3
        This month's Random Act of Kindness goes to Tyjamalic Deloach of class 3-204 for always being a good helper. He always makes sure things are neat and organized after projects are complete without being told. Keep up the great work!


Claxton Elementary School
Stacey Caskey
Teacher - Grade 4

         Our RAOK honoree is Luke. He goes out of his way to help all the students of our class, even if it is just helping them straighten a messy desk, or share a lunch with a friend who forgot his.

Steele School
Scott Stolzenberg
Teacher - Music

        This month of November, I'd like to recognize and congratulate the Steele School student council members for organizing and collecting canned goods for the annual Thanksgiving food drive. Hundreds of cans and boxes of food were collected by all the students, sorted into food groups, and distributed amongst hungry and needy people. The food drive is always a great way for students to help other people! Thanks for giving!


Branson Intermediate
Suzanne. Hill
Teacher - Grade 5

         Our class has chosen Jacquelyn as our November nomination. Her classmates see her as a role model for others. She is respectful and responsible in class. She often receives high grades but never boasts about them. She works well with others and doesn't complain or criticize others when things don't go well. She is helpful to others; Jacquelyn often helps classmates when they get stuck on class work. She never gossips or makes poor comments about others. Her comments are always kind and she sees the good in people. We couldn't nominate her for just one act of random kindness because she shows so many kind acts.


 P.S. 279
Harriet Stolzenberg
Teacher - computer lab

         This month I would like to honor a special 2nd grader, Tyler, in Mrs. Geller's class. I have watched him since the beginning of the year performing different acts of kindness each week. He always goes out of his way to help a classmate or push a chair in before he leaves the computer lab. He always seems to put others first. Tyler sets an example for everyone to follow!


 P.S. 279
Barbara Borsare
Teacher - Grade 2

        Nathaniel Bishop found a dollar in the hallway. He gave it to his teacher. If we can't find out who the dollar belongs to, we will donate it to the Penny Harvest. Hajra also found a ring in the classroom and gave it to the teacher. We later found out it was another girl's in the class.



Coconut Creek Elementary
Melode Gorman
Teacher - Grade 3

         We have two students who have earned this months kudos for demonstrating the character trait of responsibility. They are, Sabrina Koch and Austin Romanov. They are very helpful to other students in the class as well as assisting me with various projects in the classroom.


Redland Elementary School
Jennifer Diaz
Teacher - Grade 2
         For the month of December, the Random Act of Kindness will be award to Gerardo Valle. Gerardo has demonstrated to his classmates how much he cares about them. He came in one morning to class very excited about sharing a bag of Oreo cookies but noticed after counting that he would not have enough. Needless to say, he pulled apart the cookies and passed it out to all the students. All the boys and girls were thankful and enjoyed that special treat.