FCSO Presents Great Kids Awards

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Three exceptional students who attend Flagler Schools received Sheriff Rick Staly’s Great Kids Award for November 2023. The awards were presented to the students and their families by Chief David Williams, Commander Jennifer Nawrocki, and the students’ School Resource Deputy last week.

As part of Sheriff Staly’s “Great Kids” Program, the awards are presented every month during the school year to students who respect their peers, help others, work hard in academics, and represent themselves and their school in a positive manner. The recipients are nominated by FCSO’s School Resource Deputies (SRD) and school employees.

“I created the Great Kids Awards so we can recognize and honor the kids who make the right decisions and set a good example for their fellow students,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “These three students are excellent examples of what it means to be leaders in the classroom, and they are very deserving of this award.”

Below is a summary of each student and why they received the Great Kids Award.

 

Old Kings Elementary School

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Leila Worley

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office recognizes Old Kings Elementary School (OKES) student Leila Worley for the November 2023 Great Kid Award. According to her school’s SRDs and employees, Leila has such a positive attitude in class and in the hallways! She is eager to participate and learn throughout the school day. She is ambitious and likes to find creative ways to show her abilities. She is also a Safety here at OKES. She earned this by showing her leadership skills and ability to work with her peers. Leila is a hardworking, respectful and a caring student that everyone enjoys being around.  We are lucky to have her as part of our school family.

 

Indian Trails Middle School

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Isabella Blair

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office recognizes Indian Trails Middle School (ITMS) student Isabella Blair for the November 2023 Great Kid Award. According to her school’s SRDs and employees, Isabella is an exceptional, caring, and respectful student that always displays a positive attitude that all enjoy being around. She exemplifies great characteristics by having integrity and always doing the right thing. Isabella sets a great example for her peers to follow. She is a great representation of ITMS and we are lucky to have such an outstanding young lady as part of our school family!

 

Flagler Palm Coast High School

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Ehimen Ajede

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office recognizes Flagler Palm Coast High School (FPC) student Ehimen Ajede for the November 2023 Great Kid Award. According to his school’s SRDs and employees, Ehimen is a leader among his teammates, coaches, and FPC administration. He sets the standard for other teammates and students to follow and positively encourages others to be their best. Ehime’s actions portray what it is to be a Great Kid as well as what it means to be a Bulldog. We are lucky to have such an outstanding young man as part of our school family!

By Flagler County Buzz

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