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More students recognized for 'doing the right thing'

February 23, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The Cape Coral Police Department's monthly "Do The Right Thing" ceremony for February 2018 was held Wednesday, Feb. 21, in City Council Chambers. This ceremony, which was open to the public, recognizes outstanding young men and women who "did the right thing."

Eight Cape Coral students were recognized.

Malachi Muhammad

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Kaliyah Williams

Island Coast High School - 9th Grade

Malachi stopped an argument before it led to an altercation between two students. His willingness to step in prevented possible injury.

Kaliyah Williams

Hector Cafferata Elementary School - 4th Grade

Just before the Christmas holidays, Kaliyah celebrated her birthday and received money as part of her gifts. Unselfishly, she gave her cash gifts to her local preschool center for educational supplies.

Jazzmyne Williams

Trafalgar Middle School - 6th Grade

Trafalgar Middle School has a positive behavior support program which recognizes students for doing the right thing. Jazzmyne was able to reach all steps in record time. She is helpful, kind, respectful, hard-working and helps in the media center when needed.

Joden Thomas-Grote

North Ft. Myers Academy of the Arts - 5th Grade

During a soccer game at Mariner High, Joden observed several high school students jumping the fence in an attempt to get into the game without paying the admission fee. Not only did Joden capture the incident on his GoPro camera but he immediately notified Mariner's administration and the School Resource Officer.



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