Three local students honored with Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award
Springville students Allie Dorman, Jon Ferrin and Dakota Pace were honored by Springville City’s mayor and city council during a recent city council meeting with December’s Mayor Recognition Award.
Allie Dorman attends Meadow Brook Elementary School and was nominated by her teacher Jessica Gregory. Gregory has observed Allie being a great example to her peers and pushing herself beyond what is required. Allie also serves on her school’s student council. Allie’s parents are Eric and Kristi Dorman.
Jon Ferrin is a fifth-grader at Art City Elementary School and was nominated by Art City Principal Lisa Muirbrook for always looking for ways to help others. Muirbrook wrote, “Jon goes out of this way to assist with anything that needs to be taken care of, whether it is another student needing help or an adult.” She gave examples of observing Jon picking up trash and coming to the aid of others. Jon is the son of Eric and Sarah Ferrin.
Dakota Pace is in ninth grade at Springville Junior High School. Language Arts Teacher Kimberly Rice nominated Dakota because of the strong positive impression he makes on his fellow classmates. He is described as kind, trusting and caring. Rice stated, “Dakota is a peacemaker and a natural-born leader. People feel safe in his presence and genuinely liked.” Dakota’s parents are Timothy Pace and Ashley Bourque.
These wonderful students are positive examples to everyone in Springville. Nominate a student you observe making a positive impact in the Springville community online at www.springville.org/mayoraward.
Three Springville students were recently honored with the Mayor’s Recognition Award. They are, from left: Allie Dorman, Jon Ferrin and Dakota Pace. They are pictured with Springville City Councilman Rick Child.