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Random Act of Kindness of the Month

November 2005


P.S. 279
Rosalie Azzopardi
Teacher - Grade 3
        This month's Random Act of Kindness award goes to Marcus Darius. He proved to be a wonderful classroom citizen by keeping his class clean. He is always one of the first students to help when help is needed.


Claxton Elementary School
Stacey Caskey
Teacher - Grade 4

         Our RAOK honoree this month is Alanna. Alanna was new to our class but has managed to befriend everyone. She goes out of her way to help people and is always patient and understanding.

Steele School
Scott Stolzenberg
Teacher - Music

        It gives me great pleasure to honor the Milburn School students who have collected funds for Unicef. Throughout the month of October, students collected hundreds of coins in those little orange cardboard boxes for poor and starving children. They provided for the underprivileged and learned that some children aren't as fortunate as they are in the world. Since the holidays are just around the corner, it's nice to know there's a feeling of hope, charity and kindness in the air!


Avalon Elementary School
Laurie Wood
Teacher - Grade 2

        This month, all 19 students are the honorees. On October 14, my class brought in gently used toys and books to donate to hurricane Katrina victims. Each student who brought in a gently used toys or books got to wear their pajamas and slippers to school that day. We collected many, many toys and books and did lots of special activities for the day. All students were excited to help other children who had lost all of their books and toys in the disaster.


 P.S. 279
Harriet Stolzenberg
Teacher - computer lab

         I  would like to honor all the children in my classes, from kindergarteners through 5th graders. The children created beautiful cards in the computer lab that were sent to the victums of Hurricane Katrina. They put their hearts into their wonderful illustrations and inspiring messages to these children. Well done!


Meadow Lands Elementary School
Stacey Harper
Teacher - Grade

        This month our class would like to recognize Jessica Holland for being such a helpful and kind student. She is always willing to help her classmates with their assignments and always does so with a smile. Everyone in our class agrees that Jessica is a dependable friend. We are proud of her for her daily acts of kindness toward everyone in the classroom.