Macopin's Citizens of the Month for January announced

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  • Pictured here are the January Citizens of the Month. Back row, from left, Val Cintron, Caitlin Geniuk, Leah Payne, Madison Lombardo and Aksel Malatak. Front row, from left, Nicola Granata, Alexandria Butterworth, Jenna Hodgson, Izabella Perez and Seamus McGuinness.

Macopin Principal Marc Citro and Assistant Principal Matt Strianse have announced Macopin Middle School’s January’s Citizens of the Month.

Citizen of the Month is a program was started in the 1990s to recognize students who go above and beyond what is expected. The process begins with teachers nominating students for this honor. After their nominations, the students are then reviewed by their current teachers and a volunteer faculty committee which evaluates the faculty’s comments and discipline records based on established criteria. Included in this list of criteria are:

Shows responsibility both academically and socially

Shows caring, kindness and helpfulness towards peers and staff members

Demonstrates respect for self, peers, property, and authority

Leads by example in either actions and/or words.

Demonstrates perseverance

Shows honesty and integrity.

The Macopin Citizens of the Month for January are:

7th grade

Alexandria Butterworth

Jenna Hodgson

Nicola Granata

Seamus McGuinness

Izabella Perez

8th grade

Leah Payne

Aksel Malatak

Madison Lombardo

Caitlin Geniuk

Val Cintron

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