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Students honored for generosity character trait

At Oswego Middle School, the spotlight characteristic for December was generosity and the school honored a number of students who exude and display this character trait.
“These student leaders help to make our OMS community a better place,” said Principal Mary Beth Fierro. “Their good character is appreciated and is an inspiration to everyone. Congratulations and keep up the great work!”
We are proud to celebrate the following OMS students for showing generosity in December and throughout the year!
They are: Dominick DeStevens, Makenzie VanPatten, Yarielis Morales Martinez, Logan Bray, Taylor Geraci, Hunter Reynolds, Ethan Munger, Leah Kelly and Olivia Kurilovitch.

OMS December Character Education Award: Generosity
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