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Shining Stars at Conococheague Elementary

December 27, 2010
  • Students at Conococheague Elementary School were recognized as Shining Stars of Good Character on Nov. 19. Back row, from left, Colby Snyder, Taylor Thomas, R.T. Resh, Katie Dull, Dade Howell and Christopher Andrews; second row, Payten Morris, Slade Howells, Madison Gouge, Brayden Karn and Christina Stabler; third row, Kyle Bramwell, Colin Roberts, Faith Kulpinski, Daniel Mills, Elizabeth Myers and Mackenzie Shank; front row, Calissa Rodriguez, Shyanne Thompson, Kaleb Kalbflesh, Charlie Smith and Claire Hensley, kindergarten. Not pictured are Vallery Dean, Krystal Waters and Ryley Nield.
Students at Conococheague Elementary School were recognized as Shining Stars of Good Character on Nov. 19. Back row, from left, Colby Snyder, Taylor Thomas, R.T. Resh, Katie Dull, Dade Howell and Christopher Andrews; second row, Payten Morris, Slade Howells, Madison Gouge, Brayden Karn and Christina Stabler; third row, Kyle Bramwell, Colin Roberts, Faith Kulpinski, Daniel Mills, Elizabeth Myers and Mackenzie Shank; front row, Calissa Rodriguez, Shyanne Thompson, Kaleb Kalbflesh, Charlie Smith and Claire Hensley, kindergarten. Not pictured are Vallery Dean, Krystal Waters and Ryley Nield.

Students at Conococheague Elementary School were recognized as Shining Stars of Good Character on Nov. 19.

Teachers nominated students who have demonstrated outstanding character, especially trustworthiness and respect, two pillars of Character Counts!

The following students were recognized:

  • Grade 5: Colby Snyder, Taylor Thomas, R.T. Resh, Katie Dull, Brayden Karn, Christina Stabler, Ryley Nield
  • Grade 4: Payten Morris, Slade Howells, Colin Roberts, Krystal Waters
  • Grade 3: Dade Howell, Christopher Andrews, Madison Gouge, Mackenzie Shank, Vallery Dean
  • Grade 2:  Kyle Bramwell, Elizabeth Myers, Calissa Rodriguez, Shyanne Thompson, Kaleb Kalbflesh
  • Grade 1: Faith Kulpinski, Daniel Mills
  • Kindergarten: Charlie Smith, Claire Hensley.

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