Bells Elementary School Announces Paw Pride Winners for December

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - Bells Elementary School Principal Mrs. Ginny Grier announced the school’s Paw Pride winners for the month of December.
The Bells School Paw Pride Program is a Character Education Program that rewards students in grades 1st to 5th for demonstrating excellent character traits. These students were selected for exhibiting one of the four pillars of character education: Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be a Friend, Be Safe. Students earn a paw and place their paw in a class drawing box.
Winners received a pizza lunch with Mrs. Grier, a certificate, and scented pencils, thanks to the Bells Home and School Council.
Congratulations to the Paw Pride Winners for December:
Grade 1 – Grace Passante, Maksim Koslosky, Orlon Rose, Korie Gould, and Michael Riddles.
Grade 2 – Anthony DiFranceisco, Travis Vanleer, Trevor Vanleer, Haley Vitale, and Andrew Gadzinski.
Grade 3 – Faaz Syed, Sydney Borkowski, Lilly Garbowski, Brooke Kozeniewski, and Catherine Cook.
Grade 4 – Grace Vigilante, Brayden Chew, Julian Dicicco, Matt Kratchwell, and Riley Borkowski.
Grade 5 – Amelia Rodriguez, Evan LeComte, Michael Lotsey, Michael Bruno, and Lorenzo Campo.

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