Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 10, 2012
Wilson Elementary "Goodness"
1st Set of October Character Kids
Submitted By Lee Ann Due

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Students at Wilson Elementary are learning about the character trait of Goodness during the month of October. Goodness means being good, virtuous, and kind. We are also learning a quote about Goodness: "It is not just what you say, but what you practice that makes you good." (Greek proverb paraphrased)

1st and 2nd grade students were chosen during the first week of October who exemplify the character trait of goodness:

1st Grade Goodness Character Students -- (L-R) Aidan Bein, Anna Akridge, Tayla Mutch, Mya Cobb, Ayden Jones, Addy Ewing, Kaden Reed, Shouacua Yang, Jack Keith, and Isaac Krueger

2nd Grade Goodness Character Students-- (L-R) Michaela Waters, Brayson Boyd, Brandon Smith, Tristyn Stephens, Ashton Watkins, Katie Baker, Grace Gift, Cheyenne Kiddy, and Destiny Dunn

-- Lee Ann Due (10/8/2012)

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