PeaceBuilders of the Week

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 1:22 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 1:24 p.m. CDT

Jefferson Elementary School

Paige Jesse is a kind and caring young lady. She is respectful and always ready to lend a helping hand. Paige is a wonderful example to future PeaceBuilders as we begin a new school year. Way to go Paige.

Kirk Melton makes good choices at school. He is friendly and helpful. He is an awesome bucket filler.

Grady Cox is a true-blue PeaceBuilder each and every day. He will go out of his way to lend a helping hand and be a good friend. Grady is always polite, always working hard and always is considerate to others. Grady has a cheerful personality that helps bring joy to our classroom.

Cainee Bohnsack is such a joy to have in the class. Her bright shining smile lights up our classroom. Cainee is such a great friend to have.

Addison Compton is a true-blue PeaceBuilder. Addison is a super duper participator and such a hard worker. She has such a friendly, sunny personality and is an absolute joy to have in class. We can always depend on Addison to make good choices.

Ace Christiansen is a very honest and caring friend that we can always count on. He is kind to everyone and is very respectful and polite. Ace shows others how to be a good friend by working quietly, holding up his peace sign and helping other when they need it. Keep up the good work, Ace! We are so proud to call you a friend.

Noah LaPorte is always kind and polite to others. He is a good friend to every one. You can always count on Noah to do the right thing.

Jackson Mason can always be counted on to follow rules and directions. Jackson is kind and polite and brightens our room with his dazzling smile.

Gavin Pinter always comes to school with a smile on his face ready to learn. He is a super participator in everything we do. He sets an awesome example for his classmates.

Kameron Wersinger is a top dog PeaceBuilder. He leads the pack by working hard and working peacefully. He is kind hearted, trustworthy and just a complete joy to have in our classroom.

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