Sheriff Rick Staly presents three Great Kid Awards

Students from Rymfire Elementary, Indian Trails Middle School and Matanzas High School won the awards for October 2022.


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Three exceptional Flagler Schools students have been recognized with Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Great Kid Awards. 

Vlada Souksov, Indian Trails Middle School. Photo courtesy of the FCSO
Vlada Souksov, Indian Trails Middle School. Photo courtesy of the FCSO

The awardees are: Luca Frohlich, of Rymfire Elementary School; Vlada Souksov, Indian Trails Middle School; and Isabel “Isa” Doshier, Matanzas High School.

Sheriff Rick Staly met with each of the students on Thursday, Jan. 12, and presented them with their awards. There has been a delay in the presentation of the Great Kid Awards due to the 2022 hurricanes and the holiday season, and the awards presented on Jan. 12 were for October 2022. 

The awards are presented monthly to one elementary, middle, and high school student. 

“I congratulate each of these amazing students who represent their schools and our students in Flagler County,” said Sheriff Staly. “This is a way to recognize our kids that make the right decisions that you rarely hear about.” 

Isabel “Isa” Doshier, Matanzas High School. Photo courtesy of the FCSO
Isabel “Isa” Doshier, Matanzas High School. Photo courtesy of the FCSO

 

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