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Ten students earn ‘Do The Right Thing’ honors for December

December 22, 2017
Special to THE BREEZE ( , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The "Do The Right Thing" ceremony for December was held Wednesday in City Council Chambers. The ceremonies are open to the public and the public is encouraged to come out and show support to the outstanding young men and women who "did the right thing."

Cape Coral Economic Development Manager Dana Brunett was be the guest speaker.

Ten Cape Coral students were recognized.

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Letizia Nogara


* Letizia Nogara, Mariner Middle School, 6th Grade

Letizia has intervened and de-escalated various incidents of bullying. She has a gift for speaking to her peers and leaves them with a better knowledge of how words can help or hurt. Letizia is always patient with other students, offers them a positive attitude and remains confident that doing the right thing is always the best thing for her to do.

* Siarra Hand, Caloosa Middle School, 7th Grade

Siarra saw a student taking prescription medication outside of the clinic and alerted a school official.

* Larissa Debona, Caloosa Middle School, 8th Grade

* Kylie Nagle, Caloosa Middle School, 8th Grade

Larissa and Kylie heard a news story about a little boy in Maine who is dying from cancer and loves Christmas. They asked the school principal for permission to get signatures from teachers and students on a Christmas card for the little boy. Larissa and Kylie are also putting together a care package for him so he can celebrate Christmas early.

* Nico Roman, Mariner High School, 11th Grade

Nico was standing in line to buy a Homecoming ticket when he observed another student crying over the fact that she had lost her ticket money. Instead of buying a ticket for himself, he used his money to purchase a ticket for the other student.



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