Christian from Preschool 3s for demonstrating the acts of respect, growth and service by being quick to help his teachers with all tasks, without having to be asked. He sees what needs to be done and does it. He tries to help others make good choices and will praise others for doing kind things.
Charlotte from Preschools 4s for demonstrating the acts of community, respect and growth consistently. Her problem solving skills have grown by leaps and bounds. Charlotte is kind, a good friend to all and respectful of everyone. She is the first person to help someone in need. She is wonderful to have in class and a valuable member of our community. We are lucky to have her!
Theo from PreK for demonstrating the acts of respect and service by being a kind and respectful friend. Theo goes above and beyond with kindness and caring towards his classmates. He looks for ways to help, encourage, and include others.
Mariya from Kindergarten for demonstrating the acts of community and respect by being very polite and letting others go before her. Mariya always has kind words to say to her classmates. She tries to help wherever she can in the classroom.
Giada from Kindergarten for demonstrating the acts of community, respect and service by going out of her way to show a kind heart when friends are feeling sad or not included. Thank you for showing kindness and love daily in our classroom.
Savannah from 1st grade for demonstrating the acts of respect, growth and service by helping others in the classroom without being asked. She is a good listener to her friends and teachers. Savannah has shown tremendous growth in Math and Reading since the beginning of first grade.
Michaela B. from 2nd grade for demonstrating the acts of community and respect by working hard to follow classroom and school expectations. She is a role model in the classroom and is always offering help to those who may need it. She keeps track of the schedule, classroom jobs and much more, which makes her a wonderful help. Great job, Michaela!
Harper from 2nd grade for demonstrating the acts of growth, socially, emotionally and physically in 2nd grade. Harper does not limit herself when doing her work. She accepts feedback and uses her time well when thinking through tough decisions. She strategizes to improve her outcomes. Harper is a wonderful part of St. Francis and good things will arise with her continued growth.
Katherine from 3rd grade for demonstrating the acts of respect, growth and service by being kind and respectful to her classmates and teachers. She has grown in all academic areas. She happily contributed to the class service project during the holidays to help those in need. She works very hard academically at all times.
Madalynn from 4th grade for demonstrating the acts of community and service by offering her assistance to a parishioner who was refilling the prayer candles at church.
Clara from 4th grade for demonstrating the acts of respect and service. Clara shows respect and demonstrates loving service towards others. She is a bright light in the classroom and has a positive attitude when working on challenges. Clara always looks for ways to help her peers and teachers.
George from 4th grade for demonstrating the acts of community, respect, growth and service by consistently taking initiative and showing enthusiasm in classroom activities. He is enthusiastic in classroom activities. He is an enthusiastic learner who exhibits a positive attitude every day. George is courteous and shows good manners, which sets and example of excellence in behavior and cooperation.
Reid from 5th grade for demonstrating the acts of community and growth. Reid tries hard each day in class. He always wants to do his best and understand the task in front of him. Asking questions in class, like Reid does, helps others that do not raise their hands. Great work, Reid!
Ella from 8th grade for demonstrating the acts of community, respect and growth in her language arts classroom. Ella has shown great improvement this school year. She participates in class, puts forth effort and sets an example for the rest of the 8th graders. Keep shining bright!
Nora from 8th grade for demonstrating the acts of community and service. Nora is always prepared for class and ready to help her teachers and classmates. She has a role in NJHS and embodies our school spirit as the Student Council President. Nora is consistently a good example of who an Eagle is.