With their character awards, from left, are Cameren Cooper, a 10th grader at Pennsbury High School; Matthew Muccacciaro, a seventh grader at Charles Boehm; and Emily Wright, a fifth grader at Oxford Valley Elementary School. PENNSBURY >> Three district students were honored with character awards at the May 11 meeting of the Pennsbury School Board.
The awards are presented each month by Pennsbury LYFT, a community prevention coalition formed to reduce risky behavior among youth and to promote good choices.
Pastor Vicky Allen, representing Pennsbury LYFT, and Director of Administrative Services Sherwood Taylor were on hand to present the May awards, which come with a certificate of recognition and a cash prize provided by the First United Methodist Church of Fairless Hills.
The honorees – Cameren Cooper, a 10th grader at Pennsbury High School; Matthew Muccacciaro, a seventh grader at Charles Boehm; and Emily Wright, a fifth grader at Oxford Valley Elementary School – were singled out for their leadership skills.
Nominated by PHS teacher Stephanie Pratt, Cameren demonstrates leadership qualities by taking initiative to help other students and faculty members, sharing his technology skills freely. He is currently helping his teacher integrate technology into the classroom.
Pratt said Cameren motivates other students to […]