Group of students standing on auditorium riser, holding certificates, word courage projected behinds

Jarvis Middle School recognized students who demonstrated June's character theme—courage.

To receive the honor, students must demonstrate courage. Courage is the ability to do something that frightens one or to demonstrate strength in the face of pain or grief. Student names are announced over the daily announcements. Teachers and support staff nominate students who model the month's character theme. At the end of the month, nominated students receive a certificate, gather for a group photo, and are entered in a prize drawing for a t-shirt.

"These students showed their courage by prioritizing academics, speaking up when needed, being responsible, and trusting yourself in doing something you are afraid to do," said assistant principal Luke Manolescu.

"Many have shown tremendous growth throughout the year and are excellent role models in our building. They have shown that they are true leaders and lead by example...Mr. Pratt and I thank our dedicated teachers and staff this year for nominating students and for playing an active role in our positive behaviors and initiatives this year!" 

Grade 5

Peyton Andrews, Maria Bennett, Kylie Coffin, Braelyn Costin, Aubrie Crozier, Noah Dihrberg, Dean Duryee, Hartley Edick, Adalyn Klink, Colton LaPoint, Cody Peck, Cody Peck, Tia Pedersen, Bionca Prokopienko, Pippa Rappa, Willow Stisi, Rory Williams

Grade 6

Alexis Filippi, Landon Fisher, Zandyr Hale, John Lyman, Janiya Macrina, Brynlee Metott, Christopher Shufelt

Grade 8

Maeve Brien, Cece Brown, Gabriella Chandler, John Davis, Marina Dudek, Luca Dyn, Malachi Hussein, Sahara Kimball, Stella Knopka, Audreyanna Kowalczyk, Kennedy LaMondie, Evan Lane, Kolton Moncur-Hoke, Aiden Morrissette, Carlina Mula, Katherine Raffle, Bradi Risi, Makayla Rodgers, Matthew Rys, Abigail Salsman, Dominick Scalise, Noah Seymour, Molly Shepherd, Cadence Smith, Adrian Smith, Anastasia Spatto, Kendra Stafford, Dalton Tubia, Joshua Tubia