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Education

Second-quarter Citizenship Awards presented at Logan Jr. High School

Logan Junior High School students Levi Boggs, Brayden Paxton, Dominick Davies, Aiden Frey, Mia Buccini, Stephanie Ni, Sophia Ni, Layla Todd, Anisha Patel, Reese Reviglio, Hannah Herro, Common Green, Abigail Brown, Tim Lewis, Clayton Rokosz, Isaac Wright and Mark Kirkpatrick received Citizenship Awards for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.
Logan Junior High School students Levi Boggs, Brayden Paxton, Dominick Davies, Aiden Frey, Mia Buccini, Stephanie Ni, Sophia Ni, Layla Todd, Anisha Patel, Reese Reviglio, Hannah Herro, Common Green, Abigail Brown, Tim Lewis, Clayton Rokosz, Isaac Wright and Mark Kirkpatrick received Citizenship Awards for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

PRINCETON — Logan Junior High School in Princeton presented its second-quarter Citizenship Awards for the 2019-20 school year.

Citizenship ideals at Logan Junior High emphasize both curriculum and extracurricular activities. Attitudes and behaviors that reflect a concern for others, participation in school functions, responsible leadership and a willingness to serve, and mental and physical courage are the guidelines for selecting.

Selected to receive the awards for the second quarter were fifth-graders Stephanie Ni, Brayden Paxton, Aiden Frey, Layla Todd and Dominick Davies; sixth-graders Levi Boggs, Reese Reviglio, Common Green and Sophia Ni; seventh-graders Mia Buccini, Hannah Herro, Clayton Rokosz and Tim Lewis; and eighth-graders Anisha Patel, Abigail Brown, Isaac Wright and Mark Kirkpatrick.

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