When you think of the word character, several different images might be conjured. Here in the Canandaigua City School District, a person of high character is said to exhibit certain traits. These traits are listed above are displayed throughout the Middle School to remind our students what it takes to be a
The "Be a BRAVE" program allows staff and community members to recognize students who are "caught" showing one or more of the traits for good character. Each time a student is nominated, his/her name is posted in the hallway under the title BRAVE. In addition, a copy of that posting is mailed home along with a letter recognizing the act as something that helps make our school and community a better place to be. All students caught being a BRAVE will also be given a bumper sticker to let everyone know in and around town that they are a BRAVE! Also that student’s school photo will be placed on our Middle School web page.
8th grader, Abby Cangemi
Nominated for "Offered to give a less fortunate student her old phone."
8th grader, Matt Keefe
Nominated for "Showed a new student around for a couple days."
8th grader, Jakob Kniffin
Nominated for "Helped a student who was getting picked on."
8th grader, Lyllian McMillin
Nominated for "Tried to help a student with math."
8th grader, Hayley McPherson
Nominated for "Turned in money she found in the hallway."
8th grader, RJ Spurling
Nominated for "Found a wallet and turned it in."
Nominate a BRAVE Today
Each school day, our Middle School students are reminded to "Be a BRAVE". It means supporting the five character traits, doing the right thing, sticking up for each other and challenging each other to be the best we can be.
As an adult, you might know a Middle School student who you believe deserves the BRAVE accolade. We know how many students act like a BRAVE each day out of school, too.
So, if you would like to nominate a BRAVE, please use this online form to make sure they are recognized.