Student Ignite Award Program
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The Student Ignite Award is a student recognition program for students in grades 4-8 enrolled in Keeneyville District 20 schools. This award will be presented by the Board of Education at a regular meeting following the end of each trimester of a school year. Award recipients and their families will be invited to attend the Board of Education meeting where the award is presented.
Any student in Grades 4 through 8 may be nominated by a faculty or staff member of District 20. Criteria for nomination include:
- Students who have gone above and beyond in the classroom effort or achievement during the previous trimester.
- Students who exhibit excellent social emotional competencies throughout the school environment.
- Students who have participated and excelled in co-curricular and athletic programs and whom have exhibited qualities of hard work, perseverance, good sportsmanship, kindness, and willingness to help others.
Students may be disqualified from consideration if they have any office referrals for negative behavior during the previous trimester.
Nominations will be reviewed and awards determined by the Collaboration and Communication Committee of the Board.
Student Ignite Awards will be presented at a designated Board Meeting, with an introduction of each student by their nominating staff member or principal. Each student will receive an award certificate and a small token of congratulations from the Board.
Awards will typically be given at the end of each trimester.