25 Students Recognized for Being Good Neighbors
Twenty-five students at South Brunswick Middle School were honored on Friday, December 14th for being “Good Neighbors” in their school and in their communities. Honorees, along with their parents, were invited to attend the award ceremony which took place in the school’s media center. Breakfast was shared while South Brunswick Middle School Assistant Principal Rebecca Heitz and guest speaker, Joel Johnson, shared what makes a good neighbor and why it is important. “Who you are on the inside comes through on the outside and that is why you are being recognized today as good neighbors,” said Mr. Johnson.
Teachers of the students then presented the awards while sharing briefly why the student was chosen to be honored.
The Southport Oak Island Chamber of Commerce-Welcome Center Education Committee in conjunction with South Brunswick Middle School, hold the breakfast twice during each school year. Organizers would like to thank their sponsors of the event: Dosher Memorial Hospital and Tropical Smoothie Cafe.
Students recognized were: Lydia Babson, Addison Baldwin, Ashlyn Baldwin, Kira Beardsley, Conner Cierpiot, Caleb Combs, Aidan Connolly, Sara DePace, Skylar Freeze, Kadence Groner, Kelsie Hall, Bryan Hankins, Khaniya Jacobs, Simira Jacobs, Alexandra Lawson-Woollery, Matthew Mendez-Hines, Jaykob Moore, Savannah Padon, Landon Richardson, Gabriela Romero, Ella Schrowe, Zayne Simmons, Gaston Tallent, Lovelee Williams, Morgan York