Scout Shout-Out

New school-wide initiative honors Scouts who go above and beyond

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Good deeds, kind behavior, and important accomplishments deserve to be recognized.  The Scout Shout-Out is an opportunity for Scouts of all types to honor each other when we demonstrate the values that are most important to us.  If you would like to recognize a fellow Scout for kindness, hard work, personal accomplishments or any other contribution to our community, please visit here.

 Who: Gregor Sharp
Where:  The whole community

Why: Gregor is a climate activist taking on our climate crisis as a student and citizen.

Message: Thank you for acting on behalf of planet Earth and its continued existence!!!

Shout-out from: Anonymous


Who: Natalie Miller

Where: Before School

Why: Natalie sought help from two different teachers when she knew she had a challenge in front of her.

Message: Natalie, gracias por ser buena estudiante y por buscar ayuda. ¡Espero que tengas éxito este año!

Shout-out from: Rachel Able


Who: Melissa Doucette

Where: In her classroom

Why: Thank you to Melissa for going the extra mile to help a new student feel welcome!

Message: None

Shout-out from: Anonymous

Who: Drea Serrato

Where: In her Classroom

Why: Helping to make a new student feel comfortable in class.

Shout-out from: Anonymous

Who: Tamar Cooney

Where: In her Classroom

Why: Helping a new student to feel comfortable in class.

Shout-out from: Anonymous

Who: Frank Lesniak and Michelene Tomek

Where: School-wide

Special Message: Attendance week! HOW COOL! Nice work

Shout-out from: Anonymous

Who: Laurie Hecktor

Where: Classrooms and Hallways

Why:  Looking out for the best interest of students all the time and for working as a team

Shout out from: Laura Stetson


Who: Leah Pranke and Joe Harmsen

Where: In their Classroom

Why: This dynamic duo is getting a ton of shouts outs from freshman saying it’s their favorite class!

Shout-out from: Anonymous