Springville students receive Mayor’s Recognition Award
Three Springville students were honored with the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Awards at a recently Springville City Council meeting.
Award recipient Peggy Sorenson, a 12th-grader from Springville High School, “wants to be a chemistry teacher … she is a very positive person and always makes others feel good about our school and community,” according to SHS Principal Mike Brown. Daniel Beach is a 7th-grader from Springville Junior High School “who loves to read and challenges himself to excel, reading books well above his reading level,” according to Stephanie Riggs, his Language Arts teacher.
Jayden Rogers, also a SJHS 7th-grader, has a contagious smile and goes out of his way to make everyone happy. SJHS Assistant Principal Rhett Rowley states, “Jayden is a great example of positive energy
A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom. - Bob Dylan and loving life!”
Congratulations to these great students and thank you to their nominators for recognizing their positive contributions to the community. Nominate a student at http:// www. springville. org/ mayor- recognition-award.
Three Springville students were recently awarded with the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award for their service in the community. Pictured above are Daniel Beach, Jayden Rogers, Peggy Sorenson and Springville City Councilman Rick Child.