PHS honors Pirate Code Students of Character for 2016-2017
PHS honors Pirate Code Students of Character for 2016-2017
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Twelve students at Pattonville High School were recognized with Pirate Code Student of Character awards for exhibiting character traits emphasized in the school's Pirate Code: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Involved.

Each year the Pirate Code/PBIS (Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports) leadership team at Pattonville High School invites staff to nominate students that exemplify these traits. The Pirate Code chairpersons and administrative liaison review the nominees and make the final selection of the school's Student of Character recipients for the year. This year, one student from each grade level was honored in each category. During the school's spring pep assembly, students were recognized as Most Respectful, Most Responsible and Most Involved.

Earning the designation of Most Respectful for exemplifying the character traits of respect, kindness, peace and self control were freshman Tanisha Long, sophomore Joshua Wallace, junior Michael Pirrie and senior Mikaella Rectin.

Named Most Responsible for exemplifying the character traits of responsibility, courage, honesty and perseverance were freshman Chase Massey, sophomore Will Polster, junior Madison Blair and senior Kiora McKinney.

Recognized as Most Involved for exemplifying the character traits of service and cooperation were freshman William Skaggs, sophomore Juveria Fatima, junior Corey Meyers and senior Luke Jacobi.