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Some pictures from this previous week’s Day by day Rundown.
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Every week, Warren Center Faculty college students and employees will nominate one scholar who has been an Upstander … an individual who demonstrates kindness, compassion and caring to a different scholar, particularly in standing up for somebody who’s in peril of being bullied.

“I attended an anti-bullying convention sponsored by the New York Jets this summer time,” stated social research instructor Lynn Degen.

“It was a tremendous convention however one of the best half was the top of the convention once they gave collaborating academics a package with which to reward college students who’re Upstanders of their group.”

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Each Jets Upstander of the Week winner receives a T-shirt, bumper sticker and three tickets to a Jets home game. A picture of each Upstander is posted on the district’s social media for the chance to win a schoolwide visit from members of the football team.

“It is wonderful to be able to recognize the fine example being set by so many of our students. It is their leadership that sets the tone that Warren Middle School is a safe and welcoming place for all students,” said Superintendent Matthew Mingle.

Winners for weeks 1 and 2 of the program were sixth-grader Megan Saum and eighth-grader Joshua Claxton for their caring and inclusive behavior toward their schoolmates.

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