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Lower Dauphin High School honors students with PRIDE program

Posted 1/16/18

Lower Dauphin High School’s PRIDE program seeks to recognize students who display the five character traits of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence.

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Lower Dauphin High School honors students with PRIDE program

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Lower Dauphin High School’s PRIDE program seeks to recognize students who display the five character traits of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence.

About 40 students were nominated by high school staff members for displaying the trait of Respect, which is defined as “treating others with careful consideration of their feelings, needs, thoughts, ideas, wishes, and preferences” according to Justin Hanula, principal.

The students recognized by grade include:

Grade 9: Rachel Blessing, Abigail Lennox, Christian Sanders, Brendan Shanahan, Luke Thompson, and Rachel Timler.

Grade 10: Evan Eberhard, William Frye, Donavan Kann, Hailey Lechleitner, Helen Lemarr, Daniel Little, Amy Miller, William Steptoe, Carson Wendling, Kira Wertz, Gavin Winfrey, and Ainsley Yatsko.

Grade 11: Jarek Bacon, Ashton Brojakowski, Marykate DeNotaris, Jeanine Ebling, Tyler Farr, Ashleigh Kenney, Natalie McIlhenny, Kira Sarsfield, Allison Townsend, and Kimberlee Workman-Bretz.

Grade 12: Allen Armenta, Lauren Bankes, Caleb Cannon, Jace Fry, Garrett Little, Sydney McCoy, Blake Nye, Gage Rainbolt, Alexandra Sassaman, Joshua Saufley, Skyler Swartz, and Grace Unger.

“To be recognized by the faculty for displaying one of the PRIDE characteristics speaks highly for the caliber of these students. They are an outstanding example of the student-citizens for which Lower Dauphin is known,” Hanula said.