Students from Spokane Valley schools were honored Thursday during a 2013 PACE awards celebration at the Mirabeau Park Hotel.
The Partners Advancing Character Education group started in 2010 and includes the West Valley, East Valley, Central Valley and Freeman school districts. The program includes a focus on a different character trait each month such as honesty, caring, fairness and courage.
Each school was asked to select one student to be honored for their good character.
The students honored were:
Felipe Andrews, fifth grade, Adams Elementary School
Addison Holdren, fifth grade, Arthur B. Ness Elementary School
Micah Bell, fifth grade, Broadway Elementary School
Jonathan Kimberley, kindergarten, Central Valley Kindergarten Center
Cole Stewart, fifth grade, Chester Elementary School
Liam Nowels, third grade, East Farms STEAM Magnet School
Thomas Willard, fifth grade, Freeman Elementary School
Gracie Sutton, fourth grade, Greenacres Elementary School
Shawn Mulligan, fifth grade, Liberty Lake Elementary School
Alice Carothers, fifth grade, McDonald Elementary School
Jacquelyn Beckford, fifth grade, Opportunity Elementary School
Eric Oestreich, fifth grade, Orchard Center Elementary School
Raylynn Bucher, fifth grade, Otis Orchards School
Samantha Schaffer, fifth grade, Pasadena Park Elementary School
Micah Lang, fifth grade, Ponderosa Elementary School
Lynae Sanders, fifth grade, Progress Elementary School
Kalyn Sande, fifth grade, Seth Woodard Elementary School
Andrew Goodwin, fifth grade, South Pines Elementary School
Natalie Stretch, fifth grade, Sunrise Elementary School
Emma Hedemark, seventh grade, Trent School
Maddie Henderson, seventh grade, Trentwood School
Adonis Winkler-Coty, fifth grade, University Elementary School
Kylie Kippenhan, senior, Barker High School
Conner Womack, eighth grade, Bowdish Middle School
Abigail Points, eighth grade, Centennial Middle School
Destiny Gustin, senior, Central Valley High School
Martha Neesor, eighth grade, Continuous Curriculum School
Cory B. Faber, junior, Contract Based Education High School
Bailey Gilbert, sophomore, East Valley High School
Jacob Loe, eighth grade, East Valley Middle School
Sarah Fotheringham, eighth grade, Evergreen Middle School
Wyatt Smith, senior, Freeman High School
Avery Schulenbarger, eighth grade, Freeman Middle School
John Dunne, seventh grade, Greenacres Middle School
Craig Robertson, eighth grade, Horizon Middle School
Hannah King, eighth grade, North Pines Middle School
Shane Florance, senior, RiverCity Leadership Academy
Lyubov Semencha, senior, Spokane Valley High School
Jennis Cader, eighth grade, Summit School/Spokane Valley Learning Academy
Kristin Bertsch, senior, University High School
Brian Hendrickson, sophomore, Washington Academy of Arts & Technology
Justyna Dokken, eighth grade, West Valley City School
Marcus Phillips, junior, West Valley High School
Bella Schmick, fourth grade, Pioneer School
Dawson Blew, fifth grade, Valley Christian School (elementary)
Rebekah Fields, junior, Valley Christian School (secondary)
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