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SeDoMoCha recognizes Students and Staff in the Spotlight

DOVER-FOXCROFT — The SeDoMoCha School recently held the November Student in the Spotlight assembly and recognized the Staff in the Spotlight recipient and nominees.

Elementary honorees were each recognized for organization and they are kindergarten: Haylee Beauchemin, grade 1: Silas Mallory, grade 2: Isabella Merrill, grade 3: Raegan Grass, grade 4: Holly Walsh, and elementary unified arts: Brody Crocker.

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STUDENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT — The November Student in the Spotlight honorees at the SeDoMoCha School in Dover-Foxcroft are front, from left, kindergarten: Haylee Beauchemin, grade 1: Silas Mallory, grade 2: Isabella Merrill, grade 3: Raegan Grass, and elementary unified arts: Brody Crocker (all for organization). Back, grade 4: Holly Walsh (organization), grade 5: June Burdick (persistence), grade 6: Hannah Healey (empathy), grade 7: Alexis Richardson (empathy), grade 8: Ella Hutchinson (persistence), and middle school unified arts: Rebecca Campbell (organization/persistence).

Middle school Student in the Spotlight selections are grade 5: June Burdick (persistence), grade 6: Hannah Healey (empathy), grade 7: Alexis Richardson (empathy), grade 8: Ella Hutchinson (persistence), and middle school unified arts: Rebecca Campbell (organization/persistence). 

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STAFF IN THE SPOTLIGHT — RSU 68 Student Services Coordinator Davan Walker has been selected as the November Staff in the Spotlight recipient at the SeDoMoCha School.

At the presentation Principal Adam Gudroe said, “As we begin any new school year here at SeDoMoCha we are reminded of our mission and vision for our school and the community within it. In this mission we are committed to celebrating safety and belonging throughout the academic journey. With this being said our administrative team chose to recognize staff who foster this sense of belonging. We have so many wonderful people here at SeDo. that go above and beyond to create a warm and welcoming environment for our students and staff. These staff members work hard to create an environment where community members feel accepted, valued, and supported along their academic journey. They encourage students to engage in this journey and celebrate growth along the way. They provide the necessary support that helps our students see success, which creates this sense of belonging and allows our students to feel connected to their community.   

Thank you to our November Staff in the Spotlight nominees for fostering belonging here at SeDoMoCha: Davan Walker, Britnee Colbry, Ashlee Johnson, Nichole Martin. A special thank you to Davan Walker (student success coach) who helps our students feel a sense of belonging and supports our staff in this journey as well. She will be receiving our Staff in the Spotlight recognition for the month of November.

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