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Superintendent’s Spotlight: Timothy (T.J.) Brown

on January 30, 2020

Fourth-grade student Timothy, (T.J.) Brown is truly a role model to his peers when it comes to demonstrating respect, empathy and positive behavior.  As part of his Cub Scouts project, T.J. is currently working on a cooking activity where he gets to make a delicious meal for parents! “We are going to make chicken, and vegetables and put together a nice dinner that I can make myself.  I will make it really nice!” Besides learning a valuable skill like putting together a meal, T.J. also shared that Cub Scouts is a great organization for many reasons. “I like Cub Scouts because you get to do lots of activities and it is fun to just hang out with my friends there.  I also get to work towards earning patches for different achievements and accomplishments. It’s about reaching my goals.” Not only does T.J. lend a helping hand in organizations like Cub Scouts; he is also a great role model at Sanfordville Elementary School where he is always helpful in class, modeling good behavior to those around him.  As Principal Maraia states, “T.J. always has a smile on his face and is willing to help out. He demonstrates P.A.W.S. behavior consistently! He is active in Boy Scouts, so kind, respectful, and focused in class. He is a student that goes out of his way to be helpful to all of his teachers.” Finally, at home, T.J. is also kind and helpful to his brother, Conner.  

 

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