15 Flagler County students receive FCSO 'Great Kid Awards'

The awards were from schools across the county for the months of February, March, April and May.

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The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office granted 15 students Great Kid Awards for February, March, April and May. 

The students attended public and private schools across the county, according to a press release from the FCSO. 

The Great Kid Award is normally presented monthly and recognizes students who show respect to their peers, help others, work hard in academics and represent themselves and their schools well. 

Sheriff Rick Staly presented the awards for February through May to catch up after the 2022 hurricanes and holiday season delayed presentations, the press release said.

The following students received awards: 

  • Regan Goff and Aiden Gribbin from Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School 
  • Deshawn Alexander Rucker-Romano from Belle Terre Elementary School 
  • Mellissa Ryon and Ivy Partin from Bunnell Elementary School 
  • Greyson Mette from Old Kings Elementary School 
  • Alexa Lamoureaux, Ehimen Ajede and Aaliyah Brown from Buddy Taylor Middle School 
  • Andrew Marcelo Franklin from Indian Trails Middle School 
  • Jacob Ward, Anthony Debisceglie and Mikiya Fitzgerald from Flagler Palm Coast High School 
  • Addison Rios and Cole Hash from Matanzas High School

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


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