Ticketed for ‘good character’


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Photo courtesy of Buffalo Elementary School These Buffalo Elementary School students were “ticketed” by the school for showing good character at the school during the 2nd nine weeks of the 2016-2017 school year. The BES Character Ticket system provides teachers at the school with a way to honor students who are “caught” being kind, respectful, trustworthy, responsible, and caring. The students who received tickets for the second nine weeks are (top row) Antavian Aiken, Jaelyn Jeter, Isaiah Glass, Derrick Hodge, Jayden Thomas ,Emmily Williams, and Aryn Freeman, (middle row) Mikaylah Coker, Joslyn Rufrano, Malikha Foster, Timothy Johnson, Jamel Burnett, and Daniel Gowan, (front row) Triniti Canty, Will Kaufman, and Marissa Millwood.


BUFFALO — Some students at Buffalo Elementary School recently were “ticketed” by the school for showing good character.

A statement released by the school about the ticketings includes the slogan “Buffalo Elementary School: Where Character Counts Every Day!”

The press release states the children were ticketed because they were “caught showing good character” during the second nine weeks of the current school year.

It further states that the school’s “Guidance Character Education has implemented this Character Ticket system as a way for teachers to acknowledge when students are caught being kind, respectful, trustworthy, responsible, and caring.”

The students ticketed for showing good character during the second nine weeks of the school year are:

• Antavian Aiken

• Jaelyn Jeter

• Isaiah Glass

• Derrick Hodge

• Jayden Thomas

• Emmily Williams

• Aryn Freeman

• Mikaylah Coker

• Joslyn Rufrano

• Malikha Foster

• Timothy Johnson

• Jamel Burnett

• Daniel Gowan

• Triniti Canty

• Will Kaufman

• Marissa Millwood

Photo courtesy of Buffalo Elementary School These Buffalo Elementary School students were “ticketed” by the school for showing good character at the school during the 2nd nine weeks of the 2016-2017 school year. The BES Character Ticket system provides teachers at the school with a way to honor students who are “caught” being kind, respectful, trustworthy, responsible, and caring. The students who received tickets for the second nine weeks are (top row) Antavian Aiken, Jaelyn Jeter, Isaiah Glass, Derrick Hodge, Jayden Thomas ,Emmily Williams, and Aryn Freeman, (middle row) Mikaylah Coker, Joslyn Rufrano, Malikha Foster, Timothy Johnson, Jamel Burnett, and Daniel Gowan, (front row) Triniti Canty, Will Kaufman, and Marissa Millwood.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_thumbnail_charter-ticket.jpgPhoto courtesy of Buffalo Elementary School These Buffalo Elementary School students were “ticketed” by the school for showing good character at the school during the 2nd nine weeks of the 2016-2017 school year. The BES Character Ticket system provides teachers at the school with a way to honor students who are “caught” being kind, respectful, trustworthy, responsible, and caring. The students who received tickets for the second nine weeks are (top row) Antavian Aiken, Jaelyn Jeter, Isaiah Glass, Derrick Hodge, Jayden Thomas ,Emmily Williams, and Aryn Freeman, (middle row) Mikaylah Coker, Joslyn Rufrano, Malikha Foster, Timothy Johnson, Jamel Burnett, and Daniel Gowan, (front row) Triniti Canty, Will Kaufman, and Marissa Millwood.
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