Railroaders of the day named

T he following students were named Railroader of the Day at Whitehall Elementary School for the period of Dec. 10 through Jan. 4 and received “Caught You Being Good Cards.” Students received the honor for behaving in a positive way.

The students and the teacher who nominated them are: Mackenzie Ellis, Ms. Waite; Keriona Davis, Mrs. Ripley; Layla Symons, Mrs. Lavin; Tyler Gallo, Mrs. Perry; Kelsey Smith, Mrs. Whiting; Aliza Roberts, Mrs. Bennett; Jayda Blaise, Mr. Thornton; Collin Webb, Mrs. Redmond; Savannah Ross, Mrs. Durkee; Piper Rathbun, Mrs. Whiting; Charlie McClure, Mrs. Durkee; Savannah Ross, Mrs. Durkee; Collin Webb, Mrs. Redmond; Nathan Hatton, Mrs. Keough; Leeann Pease, Mrs. Lavin; Mackenzie Ellis, Mrs. Gould; Chris Dumas, Mrs. Waite; Donavan Alguire, Mrs. Pelkey; Jolene Davis, Mrs. Durkee; Samantha Howland, Mrs. Love; and Haylo Swahn, Mrs. Redmond.

 

 

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