September Safety Patrollers of the Month


The Huber Heights Police Division will be highlighting elementary students by recognizing Safety Patrol students that have worked extra hard keeping students safe at the schools. Every month the Safety Patrol advisors at each of the five elementary schools in Huber Heights will choose two of their students to be recognized. The students are then treated to a special Luncheon at CiCi’s Pizza in Huber Heights and given certificates and prizes from the Huber Heights Police Division. Pictured left to right are the students selected for September Amelia Pierce and Brennan McDonald from Charles H. Huber, Curtis Stauffer and Kinnick Dahlstrom from Wright Brothers, Tiffany Vencill and C’ara Boyd from Monticello, Payton McIntosh and Lily Secor from Rushmore, Katie Jordan and Josiah Howard-Morrison from Valley Forge, and Officer Nick Lambert from the Huber Heights Police Division.


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The Huber Heights Police Division will be highlighting elementary students by recognizing Safety Patrol students that have worked extra hard keeping students safe at the schools. Every month the Safety Patrol advisors at each of the five elementary schools in Huber Heights will choose two of their students to be recognized. The students are then treated to a special Luncheon at CiCi’s Pizza in Huber Heights and given certificates and prizes from the Huber Heights Police Division. Pictured left to right are the students selected for September Amelia Pierce and Brennan McDonald from Charles H. Huber, Curtis Stauffer and Kinnick Dahlstrom from Wright Brothers, Tiffany Vencill and C’ara Boyd from Monticello, Payton McIntosh and Lily Secor from Rushmore, Katie Jordan and Josiah Howard-Morrison from Valley Forge, and Officer Nick Lambert from the Huber Heights Police Division.

The Huber Heights Police Division will be highlighting elementary students by recognizing Safety Patrol students that have worked extra hard keeping students safe at the schools. Every month the Safety Patrol advisors at each of the five elementary schools in Huber Heights will choose two of their students to be recognized. The students are then treated to a special Luncheon at CiCi’s Pizza in Huber Heights and given certificates and prizes from the Huber Heights Police Division. Pictured left to right are the students selected for September Amelia Pierce and Brennan McDonald from Charles H. Huber, Curtis Stauffer and Kinnick Dahlstrom from Wright Brothers, Tiffany Vencill and C’ara Boyd from Monticello, Payton McIntosh and Lily Secor from Rushmore, Katie Jordan and Josiah Howard-Morrison from Valley Forge, and Officer Nick Lambert from the Huber Heights Police Division.
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/09/web1_SafetyPatrol.jpegThe Huber Heights Police Division will be highlighting elementary students by recognizing Safety Patrol students that have worked extra hard keeping students safe at the schools. Every month the Safety Patrol advisors at each of the five elementary schools in Huber Heights will choose two of their students to be recognized. The students are then treated to a special Luncheon at CiCi’s Pizza in Huber Heights and given certificates and prizes from the Huber Heights Police Division. Pictured left to right are the students selected for September Amelia Pierce and Brennan McDonald from Charles H. Huber, Curtis Stauffer and Kinnick Dahlstrom from Wright Brothers, Tiffany Vencill and C’ara Boyd from Monticello, Payton McIntosh and Lily Secor from Rushmore, Katie Jordan and Josiah Howard-Morrison from Valley Forge, and Officer Nick Lambert from the Huber Heights Police Division. Contributed photo