Students and Teachers Honored at “Do the Write Thing” Luncheon

“Do the Write Thing” is an organization sponsored locally by Pepe Fanjul, Jr and nationally by the Embassy of Kuwait. Students are asked to write about the causes of youth violence and how it affects them.  Ten winners were selected from each Palm Beach County middle school, and they and their teachers and principals were invited to the Kravis Center for an awards luncheon. Two top winners from the county will go to Washington, D.C. this summer to attend another event and to tour the capitol.

Students honored from our school are Sarah Auld in Mr. Weagle’s class, Eli Chavez in Ms. Jarzbakowski’s class, Briana Granados in Ms. Romeo’s class, Valentina Hernandez in Mrs. Bredeweg’s class, Cassidy Kerr in Mr. Gosa’s class, Jimmy Poma in Ms. Green’s class, Danielle Regueiro in Ms. Costello’s class, Dayanlis Romeo in Ms. Martin’s class, Tyeriece Simpkins in Ms. Edwards’s class, and Alisa Stiles in Ms. Berry’s class.

“Do the Write Thing” was established by National Campaign to Stop Violence (NCSV) and is administered by the National Office and by the steering committee in each participating region.

Jeffrey J. and Dezmyn F.

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