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SeDoMoCha shines the spotlight on outstanding students and staff


DOVER-FOXCROFT – Each month, SeDoMoCha School recognizes “Honor Students” celebrating K-8 students and a staff member that teachers and staff have determined best demonstrate a specific positive attribute or a characteristic chosen for the period from habits of mind (a set of life skills for educators and parents). The December “Growth Mindset” and January “Creating, Innovating, and Imagining” winners were recognized on the morning of January 1.

DOVER-FOXCROFT – Each month, SeDoMoCha School recognizes “Honor Students” celebrating K-8 students and a staff member that teachers and staff have determined best demonstrate a specific positive attribute or a characteristic chosen for the period from habits of mind (a set of life skills for educators and parents). The December “Growth Mindset” and January “Creating, Innovating, and Imagining” winners were recognized on the morning of January 21 (the December assembly was postponed due to remote learning last month).

Recognized for “Growth Mindset” were Kindergarten: Jack Burnes; level 1: Faye Lizotte; level 2: Riley McArthur; level 3: Evangeline Beauvais; Grade 4: Sophie Dyer; Grade 5: Kaylyn Ryder; Grade 6: Kieran Pingree; Grade 7: Alli Cook; Grade 8: Cameron Washburn; unified elemental specials: Hunter Collins; middleweight unified specials: Harloe Boulier; and staff: Nichole Martin, Grade 7 Mathematics.

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DECEMBER HONOR STUDENTS – The December Honor Students at SeDoMoCha School of Dover-Foxcroft were each chosen for ‘Growth Mindset’, last month’s positive attribute or characteristic for the Habits Period of mind. The winners are Kindergarten: Jack Burnes; level 1: Faye Lizotte; level 2: Riley McArthur; level 3: Evangeline Beauvais; Grade 4: Sophie Dyer; Grade 5: Kaylyn Ryder; Grade 6: Kieran Pingree; Grade 7: Alli Cook; Grade 8: Cameron Washburn; unified elemental specials: Hunter Collins; and middle unified specials: Harloe Boulier.

Recognized for “creating, innovating and imagining” were the kindergartens: Adeline Smart; 1st year: Lucas Bisson; level 2: Layla Allen; level 3: Amelia Robinson; level 4: Killian Corson; Grade 5: Patience Taylor; 6th year: Damien Bremer; Grade 7: Gwen Atwater; Grade 8: Gabe Howards; elemental unified specials: Emmett Dow; middleweight unified specials: Jaydin Griffith-Klimetz; and staff, Kaitlin Young, music teacher.

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JANUARY STUDENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT – The January Students in the Spotlight at SeDoMoCha School in Dover-Foxcroft were each chosen for “Create, Innovate and Imagine”, this month’s positive attribute or characteristic for the period of habits of mind. The winners are kindergarten: Adeline Smart; 1st year: Lucas Bisson; level 2: Layla Allen; level 3: Amelia Robinson; level 4: Killian Corson; Grade 5: Patience Taylor; 6th year: Damien Bremer; Grade 7: Gwen Atwater; Grade 8: Gabe Howards; elemental unified specials: Emmett Dow; and middle unified specials: Jaydin Griffith-Klimetz.

The students were called to the multipurpose hall on January 21 to receive their certificates during a presentation with teachers talking about each recipient.

The presentation is available on the SeDoMoCha YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIPEnev7568 with a link to www.sedomocha.org.

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STAFF HONORS — Grade 7 math teacher Nichole Martin is the December staff honoree at SeDoMoCha School.
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STAFF HONOR – Music teacher Kaitlin Young is the January staff honoree at SeDoMoCha School.

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