(Upper Tumon) St. John’s School praised lower school students for their exemplary behavior throughout the month of November by presenting them with a BUCKET FILLER certificate of award and acknowledging them in front of their peers, teachers, and parents.
BUCKET FILLERS is part of the character education program at St. John’s School that teaches students how to express love, respect and appreciation to others, express their feelings in a healthy manner, and to create more positive home and school environments.
Each month, peers and teachers submit slips which recognize a student’s good deeds. This is often demonstrated by the student in their saying or doing something kind, having demonstrated respect, and by helping without being asked.
The following students from Kindergarten through Second Grade were awarded:
Isabella Tai, Kaylee Shimabuku, Sean Lee, Eric Kwon, Jia Peters, Judy Lee, Alyssa Kurzendoerfer, Danny Zheng, Allison Lee and Reina Isella Benitez.
[L-R: Isabella Tai, Sean Lee, Eric Kwon, Jia Peters, Judy Lee, Alyssa Kurzendoerfer, Danny Zheng, Allison Lee and Reina Isella Benitez.]
The following students from Third Grade through Fifth Grade were awarded:
Sydney Fernandez, Sky Kim, Jonathan Pizarro, Kailee Quidachay, Derrick Kuo and Sebastian Castro.
[L-R: Sydney Fernandez, Sky Kim, Jonathan Pizarro, Kailey Quidachay, Sebastian Castro and Derrick Kuo.]
One of the ways in which St. John’s School supplements its core curriculum and school-wide learning outcomes is with character education programs.