Football team recognizes Citizens of the Week


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The football team honored eight Citizens of the Week at last week’s football game.

Chelsea McCaulsky, Sports writer

Kids want to be known for good actions instead of  bad actions.

Usually if you do something bad at a small school like Bellwood-Antis, the entire school knows what happened in the matter of minutes. However the Bellwood-Antis football team is trying to honor kids with good behavior, good deeds, and good citizenship. 

We hear about all the bad things kids do at school and none of the good.

— Coach Lovrich

Last week at the Homecoming football game against Moshannon Valley  game, ten students  were picked to be honored for their good citizenship and good behavior. The group included two students from each Myers grade levels K-4. The players were were picked by their  teachers. 

The kids who were picked got free admission to the game and got congratulated by going on the field in the middle of the third and fourth quarters. 

“It’s important that we celebrate good behavior here at Bellwood. We hear about all the bad things kids do at school and none of the good. We want to honor the kids that stand out for doing good actions.” said Coach Lovrich, who coaches the football team.

The kids that  chosen from kindergarten were Leah Friel and Luke Stinson; from first grade Norah Gerwert and Jackson Parson; from second grade Killian McCartney and Brenna Beaver; from third grade Lainey Stinson and Trey Moore; and from fourth grade Tristan Mock and Hailey Cunningham.   

While the presentations were a big hit, Coach Lovrich is already considering o

“We would like to also do a citizens of the week for the middle school and high school as well,” said coach Lovrich.