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Come be a part of our Summer Library Program! The Clover Ridge library will be open Wednesday’s from 9:30-11:30 for book check out and fun activities! See the information below for more details.
At the first annual GAPS Student All-Stars Celebration, the School Board honored outstanding students from each school. Students were nominated by school staff and introduced by the school principal.
Clover Ridge Elementary School All-Stars are:
Ava Foster is an outstanding citizen at Clover Ridge. She is a kind and honest student and always treats people and property with respect. She sets an example for all with her strength of character and personal responsibility as she consistently follows the school rules. Ava shows the courage to make the right choices and is willing to help others whenever needed. Ava is an excellent listener and always tries her best. She has a positive attitude toward classmates and staff and definitely makes our community a better place.
Ethan has such a positive attitude. He is dedicated and works hard in all academic areas. He completes assignments in a timely manner and with great accuracy. Ethan is willing to put in extra time and effort when required and is willing to work with others. Ethan never seems to stop learning. When one task is complete, he finds another opportunity to continue learning. He not only shows a growth mindset, but is also an outstanding citizen.
Tonight, the School Board recognized students from each school in the district for their citizenship and outstanding school and community service. The event was the first annual Recognition of Student All-Stars awards ceremony, held at South Albany High School.
In a move away from student all-star recognition at School Board meetings, the special ceremony was a festive opportunity to praise students for their efforts and character that doesn’t compete with School Board business each month and ensures that families can better celebrate their kids’ achievements.
Students were nominated by school staff. Principals from each school presented the certificates to students, who shook hands with all School Board members and posed for a school photos. In all, 44 students were recognized.
Principal comments and school photos will be posted for each school this week.