Monday, February 6, 2012

Having an IMPACT at Rupert

Warm weather or cold, nothing stops the Rupert Elementary School I’MPACT Team (which stands for I’m Pottstown Action Team) from taking to the road to recognize outstanding achievement by Rupert students.   
Principal Matt Moyer with student William Migala

The I’MPACT Team, which is headed by Principal Matt Moyer, celebrates and recognizes students’ positive work ethic, good citizenship, and academic achievement.  

 The I’MPACT Team makes home visits to award winners and present them with certificates, balloons, and the newly designed I’MPACT tee-shirt.   

“I am extremely proud of our students who have recognized the road to success is paved by a solid work ethic, academic achievement, and citizenship,” Moyer said.
Teacher Cindy Bartolucci & Alonna Lue
Award winners for the second marking period included:
  • Kindergarten - Alonna Lue
  • Grade 1 - Reilley Ferrier
  • Grade 2 - Madeline Bruton
  • Grade 3 - Sabrina Janowski
  • Grade 4 - Zelias Bray
  • Grade 5 - William Migala
  Joining Moyer on his home visits were staff members Shannon Wagner, Jamie Fazekas, Britney Oxenford, Allen Ferster, Laurie Gresko, Cindy Bartolucci, Lisa Meyers, Sarah Noska, and Stacy Mirigliano.  

Moyer thanked his volunteer teachers for participating and pointed out, “The I’MPACT Team visits are an excellent outreach opportunity and a great way to celebrate the successes of our students in our ‘Rupert family.’”

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