LISBON — Richard Green, Lisbon School’s Interim Superintendent, and Jeff Ramich, newly named Interim Principal of Philip W. Sugg Middle School, presented three students with the 2009 Elliot M. Warren Citizenship Award during the end of the year assembly for the school on June 17.

Recipients of the award were sixth-grader Taylor Plourde, daughter of Kimberly and Kevin Plourde of Lisbon Falls; seventh-grader Brandon Hess, son of Patricia and Brian Hess of Lisbon Falls; and eighth-grader Brenten Laffely, son of Lynn and Matthew Laffely of Lisbon.

“Elliot Warren was an exemplary young man who attended Lisbon Public School until his untimely death in November 1999,” said Green. “Elliot’s strength and courage will be remembered by all who
came in contact with him. This award is a tribute to Elliot and the fine citizen that he was.”

The award is designed to be given to one outstanding citizen from each
grade who are nominated by students and chosen by each grade level team.

“Students are recognized in the following areas: caring, polite and helpful – students demonstrate genuine concern for other students and staff; demonstrate good manners in class and all around the school; and provide assistance to students and staff. Hard-working and resourceful – students demonstrate effort in doing class work and homework; and demonstrate respect toward students and staff. Respectful – students demonstrate respect toward students and staff,” said Ramich.

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