Charlotte Schatz is a great role model in our first grade class, always putting her best effort into all she does. She can be found listening intently to our lessons or surrounded by colored pencils while she puts the finishing touches on her literacy log responses. She is also one to take on a challenge to further her learning. When a classmate or teacher needs help, she is always the first one to happily step in. Charlotte is a very kind, compassionate and respectful friend to all!
Nathan Isajar, a third grader, is a true ambassador to our school when we have visiting prospective students. He goes out of his way to be friendly, helpful and to engage them in conversation and activities. He is also the first person to help someone clean up a spill or to check in on an upset or hurt schoolmate. In addition, he has worked really hard on improving his sportsmanlike behavior and has made notable progress in both the classroom and at recess.
Levey’s Code of Kavod, (Kavod is the Hebrew word for honor), is the set of rules and ideals for behavior by which all Levey students, teachers and parents strive to live. Each month during the school year Levey teachers name one or two students that have exemplified the Code of Kavod for the past month.