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Elizabeth Carson and Dante Drolet are the IB Kiwanis “Students of the Month” for January 2016

Jan 19, 2016 06:57PM ● By Paul Spear

Elizabeth Carson and Dante Drolet are the Imperial Beach South Bay Kiwanis “Students of the Month” for January 2016.


Please give a warm Kiwanis Welcome to our two Students of the Month

The first student is from Nestor Academy Charter: Elizabeth Carson from the Class of Gloria Kanano: Ms Kanano writes Elizabeth is a wonderful student, always demonstrates her incredible desire to do her very best in all areas, responsible, and dedicated. She will self-monitor in all areas of school. In class, she pays attention, participates, and completes all assignments. It’s a pleasure to have her in class.

The second student is Imperial Beach: Dante Drolet from the Class of Ms Cherry: Ms Cherry writes Dante is a great kid , outstanding student, gets all his high quality work in, and a great role model at school. He has been a big buddy for a 2nd grade class, and a special needs class, His good deeds go beyond school. In the summer he plans on attending the National Youth Leadership Forum in Washington DC. He deserves the Kiwanis Outstanding Achievement Award.


Photo credit: Valerie Acevez

 About the Imperial Beach South Bay Kiwanian “Student of the Month Award”:

 The Student of the Month is nominated by his or her teacher. The winner is chosen in  recognition of his/her academic excellence, great effort, and willingness to work hard.  As Student of the Month, they attend the next Kiwanis meeting with their family, teacher and school principal were they receive an award certificate, have their picture taken with their family, teacher, principal and a member of the Kiwanis. They also receive $25 to go into a savings account for college. They donated around 40 books to the SBUSD Elementary to go in their Library for students to read or classes, signed in recognition of those speaking at their Meetings, and Students of the Month.


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