Young Midway students promote positive school climate


Midway students receive training for positive Safe School skills.


Midway Elementary is a school where students are getting involved in promoting a safe school environment. Students who represented the Safe Schools Ambassadors program last year and newly chosen fourth grade ambassadors were trained Wednesday, Sept. 30, by Kembrie Farrow and B.G. Kennedy, with positive Safe School skills.

Each ambassador was challenged to look for opportunities to be leaders, change agents, and peace makers in the school. Students who will represent Midway Elementary as Safe School Ambassadors are fourth graders, Rachel Brown, Emma Carraway, Abraham Florido-Ruiz, Yenifer Garfias-Cano, Kate Honeycutt, Jashaika Matute, Zane Melton, Andres Mijangos-Cruz, Angel Ramirez and Jada Williams.

Fifth Grade ambassadors are Kerrigan Brown, Jaycie Byrd, Paisley Faircloth, Tristen Gomez, Adan Gonzalez, Edye Naylor, Brenda Pena, Ellis Raynor, Kendrick Tyndall and Jose Ventura-Cruz.

These young people have exhibited positive character, courage and competence to stand up and speak up when they see intolerance and injustice. These young leaders who are preparing to help cultivate a positive school environment by using problem-solving techniques and awareness by noticing, thinking and acting through their interactions with their fellow students. School sponsors are principal Ronda Jackson, Christian Jackson, Michele Milliken, Debbie Oliver and Charlotte Byrd.

Midway students receive training for positive Safe School skills.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Midway.jpegMidway students receive training for positive Safe School skills.
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