FCSO awards students each month for leadership qualities.
Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly visited three local schools to present three exceptional students with awards for being “Great Kids” for the month of March, on Thursday, April 11.
“We have some really amazing kids in Flagler County that we don't hear enough about,” Staly said in a press release. “These students are working hard and making a positive impact on their schools and our community. They have earned and deserve this recognition.”
K'Aaliyah Souvenir, an Imagine School at Town Center student, is a hard-working, respectful and caring. She embodies the skills and qualities of a true leader.
Simya Guerrero, a Buddy Taylor Middle School student, is described as someone that everyone enjoys being around, hard-working, respectful, and caring. For these reasons she was nominated for the Great Kid Award.
Megan Winter, a Matanzas High School student, is a teacher’s assistant in the Dean’s Office. In this leadership role, she demonstrates a high level of maturity and responsibility. She’s also a crucial member on the Law and Justice Flagship Panel and is vice president of the Matanzas Legal Team and Secretary of the Matanzas Club.