The Do the Right Thing of Charlotte County Award Ceremony was held on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at the Military Heritage Museum.
Keston Fontenot, Home School, Grade 4
Keston was honored for being a good child as he always tries his best to behave and bring a smile to those around him. As the oldest of 4, he's very protective to and empathetic towards his siblings.
Makayla Magagnos, Meadow Park Elementary, Grade 4
Makayla was honored for her kindness as she always seeks out students with special needs, socially challenged, or disabled to befriend them and help them, and is also quick to compliment others to bring them cheer.
Savanna Ricker, Neil Armstrong Elementary, Grade 5
Savanna was honored for her courage as she saved her younger sister from a dog attack and experienced a personal injury during this incident. In addition to her courage, she is an incredible young lady, future leader, and excellent student.
Kiley Rydberg, Lemon Bay High School, Grade 12
Kiley Rydberg was honored for kindness and leadership skills as she is always willing to lend a helping hand in all situations including beach clean-ups and by tutoring other students after school.
Arabella Zickefoose, Myakka River Elementary, Grade 5
Arabella was honored for leading by example. She recently brought awareness to those around her that stealing is wrong when she informed a teacher and several students in the school store about another student who took something from the store without permission or paying for it.
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