Danielle Cuccinello, Rosanne Cuccinello, School Resource Deputy Malheiros, Samantha Wozniak, Nicholas Cuccinello, Principal Marcus Sanfilippo and teacher Irana Rang pose with Isabella Cuccinello and Sheriff Staly.
Indian Trails Middle School student William Parker with his mother, Sheriff Staly and Deputy Cooper.
Palm Coast Observer
Three students were given Great Kids awards Feb. 26 by Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly.
“This is a terrific tradition that we started in 2018, and it is something that we look forward to every month,” Staly said in a press release. “We hear too much in the media about kids who make bad decisions. It is an honor to present this award to these students and shine a spotlight on the kids in Flagler County who are working to make a positive impact.”
Bunnell Elementary student Isabella Cuccinello is motivated, positive and always willing to help.
Indian Trails Middle School student William Parker is respectful, caring and has the ability to relate to all students.
Flagler Palm Coast High School student Lucas Wright has accumulated 100 volunteer hours in 2019 and has been a Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Explorer for 1.5 years. He is an Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp Cadet 2nd Lieutenant and also a volunteer assistant coach with Buddy Taylor Middle School lacrosse team. He maintains a 3.0 GPA and is a role model to his peers.
The Great Kid recipients are nominated monthly by school resource deputies and Flagler Schools.
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Flagler Schools product Tyler Jarnagin promoted at City Hall
Digital Media Associate Tyler Jarnagin, who has inspired many of the digital media productions for the city since last summer, has been promoted to Interim Communications Officer for the City of Palm Coast.
In his new role, Jarnagin will focus on community engagement and manage marketing campaigns such as Be Local Buy Local and lead the city’s communications team in promoting major city events such as the annual State of the City, which is scheduled for April 9.
One of his most significant projects has been modernizing the “Week in Review” into a magazine-style flip book. It will soon launch as a full website in the coming weeks, allowing greater transparency and understanding of the role of each department.
Jarnagin was born in Gainesville and moved to Palm Coast in 2000. He attended Belle Terre Elementary School starting the first year it was open, which was fourth grade for him, Rymfire Elementary School in fifth grade (also the first year it was open), then Indian Trails Middle School and finally Flagler Palm Coast High School where he graduated from the International Baccalaureate program.