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Ten students named ‘Do The Right Thing’ winners for April

April 21, 2017
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The monthly "Do The Right Thing" ceremony for April will be held Wednesday in City Council Chambers at City Hall. Ten Cape Coral students were recognized.

Overall winners (tie)

* Skyler Hann, 12th Grade, Oasis High School

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Skyler Hann

Skyler, a high school student, took it upon himself to volunteer as a middle school bus monitor. He assists the bus driver acting as an "extra set of eyes" to keep kids safe. Skyler has approached administrative staff to see if there is the possibility of establishing a school bus monitoring program led by high school students. To this day, Skyler continues to voluntarily ride the school buses every afternoon.

* Chase Hedrick, 8th Grade, Gulf Middle School

One of CCPD's operators received a call from Chase on Sunday, March 5, stating that he had found a bag of marijuana near the gates of a local middle school. Chase told the operator that he called his mom first, who instructed him to call the police to report the incident. Thanks to Chase's quick action and call, an officer was able to locate the marijuana and take it off the street. When others may have chosen to look the other way, Chase jumped into action.

Additional winners

* Ethan Alexander, 1st Grade,

Patriot Elementary School

Ethan is a first grade student who is always willing to lend a helping hand. He has a knack for knowing who needs support or a kind word. Ethan has a friend in class who is struggling financially. Ethan brings him personal items and things to share whenever he can.

* Owen Jones, 1st Grade,

Christa McAuliffe Elementary School

Owen has a kind heart and is constantly asking questions and wants to help people who are homeless. At a BMX race, Owen noticed a homeless man digging through the trash. Instead of making fun of the man like the other kids, Owen went into his bag and gave the man shampoo and water. On another occasion, Owen offered a homeless person his hot dog, but Owen's kind heart didn't stop there. Owen decided he was going to dance with the homeless man to the holiday music that was playing.

* Skylar Martin, 4th Grade,

Christa McAuliffe Elementary School

Skylar puts into action what she had learned in the SABERS Anti-Bullying Club. She recognized a student was being picked on by two other girls. Skylar helped the girl by removing her from the situation.

 
 
 

 

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