As part of a new program at the Bridgewater-Raritan High School instituted by new principal Brett Charleston, at least one student is chosen every week to be honored for his or her contributions to the community at some point that week.
In this new column, we will honor those students each week, with the information included in Charleston's weekly principal's column, on the school's website.
Today, we've also got the honorees from Oct. 26 (none were named Nov. 2 or Nov. 9 because school was closed due to the Hurricane).
Congratulations to the most recent honorees!
- Daniel Morin—(nominated by Ms. Schulte) Morin gave up his study hall for the entire week to assist me in assembling new writing lab chairs. Morin noticed me struggling with assembling the chairs and immediately put his things down, rolled up his sleeves, and asked if he could help me. During the week, he was able to assemble most of the chairs and show me the correct and most efficient way of assembling.
- Erin Williams—(nominated by Dr. Morrell) Williams had found a note in the girls bathroom from a distressed student. She responded by leaving an exceptionally kind, compassionate, and mature, letter in response to that student. Erin’s note/letter was in response to a student that was feeling down and experiencing low self-esteem.