Harrisonville kindergarten students honored

October 19, 2012 

Kindergarten students and teachers at the Harrisonville Early Childhood Center were honored at a recent assembly.

To begin the assembly, kindergarten students recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

Each month, the Harrisonville Optimist Club presents Super Citizen awards to students who exemplify the character trait of the month. September’s character trait was respect and those students named Super Citizens include Haleigh Crook, Lexi McCullough, Preston West, Jonah Gustin, Audrey Coffey, Blake Thornburg, Elizabeth Holman, and Conner Graves. The students received a certificate, an Applebee’s gift certificate, and a Super Citizen T-shirt.

In addition to the Super Citizens, students are also recognized for their work and behavior in music, art, and physical education classes. At the September assembly, Specials teachers Jodi Fischer and Leigh Ann Friedrich recognized the following students in music: Jaxon Bechtel, Gabriel Hunter, Reaghan McCarthy, Scarlett Tracy, Jenna Everhart, Jayden Hetrick, Elisabeth Hedges, and Kayden Chamberlain. Students honored for their work in art were Jessica Patrick, Adia Ravencamp, Elijah Baker, Delanie McCubbin, Dylan Hoover, Owen Adair, Hudson Brannon, and Brierly Hasek. September’s PE awards winners were Charlie Murcia, Xavier Johnson, McKinzey Dill, Emma Osborn, Bryson Sanders, Addison Billings N.P. - Xavier Blacketer, and Alex Catron.

The Mathematician of the Month Award is sponsored by Community Bank of Harrisonville. The honorees for September were Jaxon Hyatt, Zane Helt, Lukas Klinge, Jaeli Matchell, Isabell Roepke, Elizabeth Cronk, and Cooper Appleman.

Entertainment at the assembly was provided by Rebecca Wilson’s class who performed songs and poems about apples and autumn.

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