Cape Coral Police Department’s monthly “Do The Right Thing” ceremony
Kelsey Cook 11th Grade North Fort Myers High School
Firefighters responded to a call for a broken water pipe at an 86 year old woman’s home. When they arrived, they found 2-3 inches of standing water throughout the entire house and Kelsey assisting the woman. Kelsey then used a shop vacuum to assist with the water cleanup and stayed to continue helping even after the firefighters left.
Charles Daniels 9th Grade Mariner High School
Charles, a student volunteer of Pine Island Leaders of Tomorrow (PILOT), was participating in the Kiwanis Junior Olympics. He noticed one particular student came to cheer for his friends even though he had recently broken his leg. Charles decided that after his race he would push the student in the wheelchair around the ¼ mile track to give him the experience of participating.
Lydia (Syan) Sissons 7th Grade Challenger Middle School
Lydia befriended a peer in one of her classes who is a student with disabilities. She noticed some of the other students were being unkind to her friend. Lydia wrote a note to her friend’s mother describing how other students were treating him. She felt that her friend needed to be reminded that he does belong and should be treated with respect.
Khloee Truckenmiller 5th Grade Patriot Elementary School Marianne Fuger 5th Grade Patriot Elementary School
After school, one of the students was being wheeled to the bus by a student volunteer and his nurse. The nurse noticed his face was red and checked his