Elizabeth Kelley, a sixth-grader at Crawford Elementary School, always comes to school with a positive attitude,” her teacher, Karen Francesco said. “She is a role model for her fellow classmates.”
“She completes her assignments on time, and they are always neatly done. She is ready to contribute to class discussions when called on, and she works well with others and is willing to help when needed,” Francesco added. “She is polite, friendly and energetic. She takes pride in her school work.”
Elizabeth’s extracurricular activities include orchestra, choir and student ambassadors, but that is not all she is interested in.
“I like the specials in school,” she said, listing music, gym, library and working with the school counselor.
“In music, we play the drums and xylophones,” she said. “In the library, I pick out my favorite books.”
Her favorite book is “Igraine the Brave,” she said, “because it was the first book I ever read without pictures.”
Elizabeth also is finding a pamphlet the class is working on interesting. “It’s about early humans, hominids,” she said.