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Six students receive Do The Right Thing honors

November 17, 2017
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The Cape Coral Police Department's monthly Do The Right Thing award ceremony was held Wednesday, Nov. 15, in City Council Chambers at Cape Coral City Hall.

Six local students were recognized:

Overall winner

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Emmalee Cahill

Emmalee Cahill

7th grade, Challenger Middle School

Emmalee was a huge help to her neighbors and community before and after hurricane Irma. Before the hurricane, Emmalee helped drill plywood onto her elderly neighbors' homes. After the hurricane, she helped neighbors in her community by cutting trees, raking leaves and overall clean up. She doesn't let her hearing loss stop her from standing up for others. If she sees a classmate not speaking up for themselves, then she will do it for them.

Alexander Caruso

8th grade, Challenger Middle School

Alex saw a peer laying in the hallway after school. The student said he felt sick and couldn't get up. Alex reassured the student and found help to get the student medical treatment, even though this was far outside his comfort zone. He overcame his own anxiety of the situation to help a peer.

Nayeli Diaz

5th grade, Hector Cafferata Elementary

Nayeli selflessly helps and promotes others. She always generously shares her knowledge in class. She provides assistance to students who need help in math and reading.

Cody Dunbar

2nd grade, Hector Cafferata Elementary

Cody helps new students to navigate and adjust to the school environment. He always helps in class, shows respect for diversity and different cultures and gives freely of himself.

Bentley Keens

1st grade, Hector Cafferata Elementary

Bentley displays random acts of kindness, from opening the door to showing empathy to others. His kindness also extends outside of the classroom. Bentley helps his grandmother in any way he can from carrying the groceries to opening the car door.

Troy Kullen

3rd grade, Hector Cafferata Elementary

Troy believes in standing up against bullying. Troy uses words to diffuse negative situations. In one instance, he suggested to a classmate to apologize and the situation was resolved.

 
 
 

 

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