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The Warrior Run Middle School announces the recipients of the Student of the Month Award for November.

The recipients are chosen by a vote of the middle school faculty and the award is given to the member of each class that have the following qualifications; courteousness, eager to learn and participate in class, at least a C average, good school citizen, well rounded individual and shows leadership potential.

The award winners for the month of November are:

Grade 5: Lauren Bleistein, daughter of Robbi and Debra Bleistein, of Milton

Grade 6: Anna Geyer, daughter of Troy and Beth Geyer, of Turbotville

Grade 7: Connor Pelletier, son of Kieran and Melissa Pelletier, of Turbotville

Grade 8: Alicia Via, daughter of Brian and Wendy Via, of Watsontown

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Being responsible and respectful are noteworthy qualities. To honor students in grades 3-4 who are respectful and responsible everyday, West Beaver Elementary School and Rayauda's Restaurant have joined a national program known as R.A.R.E. Kids (Respectful and Responsible Everyday Kids. David McNier, third grade, and Jarrett Erb, fourth grade, have best exemplified these qualities during the month of November. These students received a gift card entitling them to a free kid's meal at Rayauda's Restaurant and a certificate of recognition.

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The November Students of the Month have been selected at West Snyder Middle School.

Avery Wagner, son of Dale Wagner Jr. and Sharon Lash, is the fifth-grade choice. He is an excellent example of what a fifth grader should strive to be.

The sixth grade selection is Bailey Hetrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hetrick. Bailey has a wonderful sense of humor and is a delight to have in class.

Tyler Herbster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Herbster, is the seventh-grader chosen for this honor. He has a positive manner in everything he does.

The eighth-grade choice is Nicholas Cummins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cummins. Nicholas is one of the most hard-working students in the eighth grade.

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