Students 'caught' for September 2017

Ocean Crest students 'caught' being SAFE for September include, back row from left: Sevren Quinn, Nova Hadden, Olivia Kraynik, Dempsey Dawson, Reggie Turner, Holly Ramos and Shawn Vandervoorden; front row from left: Jackson Simonds, Austin Schmidt, Cleo DeSurra, Sean Partee, Roan Sproul, Amaya Ceh-Nunley and Marshall Peters. Not pictured: Brynley Spencer.

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BANDON — Ocean Crest Elementary School honors students who are observed doing something reflecting the month's character focus with the “Caught You Being Good” program. Each month will reflect a character focus at the school, with students exhibiting SAFE behavior the theme for September.

Student who were an example of being SAFE during the month were given a Caught You Being Good entry into a monthly drawing.

At the end of the month at the Friday PRIDE assembly, 15 names are chosen from the box and those students are given a golden dollar, a pencil and a certificate. The Bandon Lions Club provides the prizes for the program.

Students caught being SAFE for September include:


Sean Partee, for saying please and thank you in class.

Roan Sproul, for sitting at his desk quietly ready to learn.

Amaya Ceh-Nunley, for cleaning up a puzzle mess from someone else.

First grade

Marshall Peters, for following directions all the time.

Cleo DeSurra, for cleaning up in Mrs. Curry's room even before asked to.

Austin Schmidt, for helping to keep the classroom clean.

Second grade

Shawn Vandervoorden, for apologizing to someone without being asked.

Jackson Simonds, for walking quietly and very appropriately to the buses.

Brynley Spencer, for turning money into the office.

Third grade

Olivia Kraynik, for treating others respectfully in line.

Nova Hadden, for helping organize headphones and equipment in a respectful way.

Sevren Quinn, for listening respectful to Ms. A give directions.

Fourth grade

Dempsey Dawson, for always being on task in class.

Reggie Turner, for doing a great job always following classroom rules.

Holly Ramos, for always being ready to help her teacher.