St. Edmond puts the ‘I’ in kind with new program

St. Edmond Catholic School started a new program recognizing its middle schoolers. The school challenged them to be the “I” in KIND and are recognizing a male and female student from sixth, seventh and eighth grade each month.

The St. Edmond definition of being kind is someone who makes another feel cared for, included and encouraged.

Each month during the school year, the middle school teachers will select two students in each grade who show these qualities.

The October students selected by the staff for being “KIND” this month are: eighth-graders Maddison Hepperle and Denny Ehn; seventh-graders Abram Larson and Gracie Winkle; and sixth-graders Faith Shirbroun and Nizel Garcia.


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