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STAR STUDENT AWARDED AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

Thursday, July 24, 2014
STAR STUDENT AWARDED AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

Marco Inigo Cadag of Sacred Heart School was recently named as a “Star Student” by The Respect Program, an education program sponsored by Morris County waste removal provider, J.P. Mascaro & Sons. The “Star Student” program was created in 2012 to acknowledge students who stand out in their classroom, school, and community. Educators have the opportunity to nominate students who demonstrate qualities of good citizenship and provide evidence of making positive and respectful choices in their daily lives. Each year, The Respect Program names two individuals as “Star Students” as part of their educational initiatives.

Marco Inigo was described by his teachers as, “Intellectually gifted, yet modest, polite, respectful, kind and compassionate toward everyone he meets.” He is respected and admired by his peers. As the winner of the “Star Student” award Marco was presented with a gift along with the opportunity to donate $250.00 to a charity of his choice. Marco chose Bantay Bata 163 organization in the Philippines as well as his parish, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church. Runner up, Jesse Whalers, also attends Sacred Heart School and was nominated by her teachers for being a stand out student.

The “Star Student” award is one of many educational initiatives sponsored by J.P. Mascaro & Sons. Other initiatives include The Respect Program, a free educational assembly program that promotes character education and environmental awareness as well as the Respect Program Educational Grant, that awards up to $5,000.00 per school in educational grants. For more information regarding any of these programs, please visit www.jpmascaro.com or www.therespectprogram.com.



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