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Nags Head Elementary recognizes students who show respect

Students at Nags Head Elementary School were recognized recently for their outstanding character. These students exemplified the character trait of respect. Their teachers and peers are impressed by their ability to treat others how they wish to be treated, show tolerance of differences and be considerate of others’ feelings.

Students of the Month were, front: Annabelle Lopez, Liam Moore, Vladimir Hardezi, Stephen Farmer, Hadley Chisman, Annmarie Helms, Brennan Yancey, Lilly Miller, Greyson Turner, Angel Tobiasz, Neal Pritchard; middle: Lily McAvoy, Eryk Lorke, Kaylee Garcia Palacios, Piper Dunavant, Alivia Smith, Dylan Wood, Mehina Peer, Lula LePera, Pacifica Morrison; back: Jack Mcgee, Riley Szalkiewicz, Brogan Knott, Hugo Hernandez Ontiveros, Ava Li Parker, Kayla Austin, Franni Pearl, Marvin Hernandez Oliva and Daniela Gonzalez Tovar.

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