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Fourth Quarter Awards at Sandy Creek Elementary School

Habit One Be Proactive
Habit One Be Proactive
June 20th, 2018 by Lani Camp, Public Relations

Sandy Creek Elementary School Principal Timothy Filiatrault presented awards to students in grades Kindergarten to grade two for the final quarter of the school year. The character awards align with the seven habits for the Leader in Me school.

The first habit, Be Proactive: Amelia Crast, Kinley Wielt, Felicity Young, Olivia LaCelle, Chase Smith, Caitlyn Guevara, Malachi Gibbs, Gianna Pisik, Cadence Katsoris, Peyton Brown and Georie Pollic.

Habit #2, Begin With the End in Mind: Leiah Bristol, Emily Walke, Gavin Reid, McKenzie McGrath and Natalie Nemier.

Habit #3, Put First Things First: Harper Fahnestock, Blake Stock, Claire Willson, Shane Allen, Natalia McNitt, Madison Snow, Megan Burton, Mason Huggins, Elijah Sanderlin-White, Helen Harris, William Garvin and Juliana Curry.

Habit #4, Think Win-Win: Grayson Erhardt, Malaya Caufield, Owen LaBozzetta, Layton Gibbons, Cameron Pool, Jase Soluri and Lincoln McNitt.

Habit #5, Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood: Gabriella Peter, Emmett Trumble, and Jadin Mosher.

Habit #6, Synergize: Vincent Taylor, Ian Eveleigh, Cole Wilson, Wyatt, Bremm, Michael Haverlock, Carlie Merritt and Burke Harvey.

Habit #7: Sharpen the Saw: Marissa Soluri, Gage Ward and Moxon Soluri.


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Habit Two Begin With the End in Mind Habit Two Begin With the End in Mind
Habit Three Put First Things First Habit Three Put First Things First
Habit Four Think Win Win Habit Four Think Win Win
Habit Five Seek First to Understand Then to be Understood Habit Five Seek First to Understand Then to be Understood
Habit Six Synergize Habit Six Synergize
Habit Seven Sharpen the Saw Habit Seven Sharpen the Saw

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