The Always a Better Choice Committee at Elmont Memorial honors students who perform good deeds each and every day. These model citizens deserve recognition and make Elmont Memorial a better place. The following students demonstrated goal setting and high expectations – the theme for the month of January.
Zarah Alexis – found money on the floor and returned it to the teacher.
Tori Cole – found a jacket, phone and battery charger and returned it to the main office.
Kelly Williams-Carter and Jayna Douillon – witnessed a student having a medical issue, sought help and made sure she was okay.
Gabriella Edme – returned a phone she found in the bathroom.
Brandon Fils-Aime – returned a lost phone.
Kayla Gaymon and Courtney Johnson – witnessed a student drop a large sum of cash and assisted in the return of the money by reporting what they had witnessed.
Sebastien Guillaume – returned a lost ID to the main office.
Micah Higgins – found a locker full of someone’s belongings, including their violin, open with no lock and reported this to the main office.
Nicholas McPherson and Noah Singh – returned money to student who dropped it.
Jason Richardson – returned a wallet to the main office.
Jasmine Shell — handed in a phone.
Tariere Tebepah – found a cell phone in the band room and returned it to the teacher.
Hat tip to these good citizens of Elmont Memorial High School! Keep up the good work in school, at home and in your communities!