Macopin School Announces Citizens of the Month


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  • Ava Hubinger Photo provided




  • Principal Marc Citro, left, Serena Kunz, Brooke Weston, Rebecca DeTuro, Abigail Coscia, Paige Hornyak and Assistant Principal Matt Strianse Photo provided




Marc Citro, Macopin School Principal and Assistant Principal Matt Strianse are proud to announce Macopin Middle School’s March’s Citizens of the Month.

Citizen of the Month is a program was started in the 1990’s to recognize students who go above and beyond.

The process begins with a teacher nominating a current student for this honor. After their nomination, the students are then reviewed by their current teachers and volunteer faculty committee who evaluate the faculty’s comments and discipline records based on established criteria.

Included in this list of criteria are as follows:

Shows responsibility both academically and socially

Shows caring, kindness and helpfulness towards peers and staff members

Demonstrates respect for self, peers, property, and authority

Leads by example in either actions and/or words (example: follows classroom rules)

Demonstrates perseverance

Shows honesty and integrity

March winners are:

7th grade Serena Kunz

Ava Hubinger

Paige Hornyak

8th gradeRebecca DeTuro

Brooke Weston

Abigail Coscia



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