Students Given Citizenship Awards

Fifty-eight special Hart students were honored at the annual Citizenship Awards on May 27.
Each Hart teacher nominated a student who exemplifies the character traits touted by the school and district -- integrity, honesty, responsibility, respect, compassion and self-discipline. These students demonstrate overall outstanding citizenship in their daily lives.
Each teacher must submit a brief essay describing why the student they nominate should be honored with a Citizenship Award. These nominations are well thought out and not taken lightly. Nominations are kept secret until students and their families receive an invitation to the awards ceremony. The identity of the teacher who nominated each student is revealed that evening. It is a special event for both the students honored and the teachers, who present the awards to their nominees.
Our school is full of outstanding students, so you can appreciate how difficult it is for teachers to choose one student among many worthy candidates. Congratulations to this year's Citizenship Awards students!
Please click on the link below for the list of students and the teachers who nominated them. 
Posted May 31, 2008