SeDoMoCha’s March Student in the Spotlight honorees

DOVER-FOXCROFT — The SeDoMoCha School held the March Student in the Spotlight Assembly on Tuesday, March 26. Students were recognized for a habit of the mind trait chosen by their team.

Elementary teachers decided to choose organization for this month. Honorees are Lyric Defa, kindergarten; Peyton Grant, grade 1; Lillyann Shorey, grade 2; Isla Saunders, grade 3; Colton Butts, grade 4; and elementary unified arts, Reese McArthur.

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STUDENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT — The March Student in the Spotlight honorees at the SeDoMoCha School in Dover-Foxcroft were recognized during a March 26 assembly. Front, from left, elementary organization honorees kindergarten: Lyric Defa, grade 1: Peyton Pratt, grade 2: Lillyann Shorey, grade 3: Isla Saunders, and grade 4: Colton Butts. Back, grade 5: Alexis Cornellier (organization), grade 6: Cedar Deertrack (creativity), grade 7: Nicholas Lewis (respect), grade 8: Mason Hachey (accountability), and middle school unified arts: Patience Taylor (creativity). Not pictured, elementary unified arts: Reese McArthur.

The middle school honorees — for different habits of mind — are Alexis Cornellier, organization grade 5; Cedar Deertrack, creativity grade 6; Nicholas Lewis, respect grade 7;  Mason Hachey, accountability grade 8; and Patience Taylor, creativity middle school unified arts.

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UNIFIED ARTS HONOREE — Reese McArthur is the SeDoMoCha School elementary unified arts Student in the Spotlight for March. This month’s elementary habit of mind was organization.

Vice Principal/Athletic Director Cameron Archer also recognized four nominees for Staff in the Spotlight recognition to Jon Dumont, grade 8 science teacher; Theresa Makowski, grades 7 and 8 special education educational technician; Diane Stephen, grade 3 teacher; and Abigail Ziegra, grade 2 teacher; before presenting the award to Ziegra.

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STAFF IN THE SPOTLIGHT — SeDoMoCha Elementary second grade teacher Abigail Ziegra is the March Staff in the Spotlight selection. She is pictured in front of her classroom alphabet wall art.

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