Degrees and Certifications:

Rebel Hero

Rebel Hero is the theme of our character education program at NDE.  Each nine weeks we focus on a different letter from the world HERO.  A student from each homeroom is chosen to be the Rebel Hero, receives a certificate and a treat each grading period.  At the end of the school year, a student is picked up best displays all characteristics of a Rebel Hero and is presented the citizenship medal a the End of Year Awards Ceremony. 


H- Honesty: 1st Nine Week Grading Period: A Rebel Hero is honest and genuine.  They can be trusted by their teachers and peers, and they are honest with themselves as well.  They are kind to others and are considered leaders in their classroom. 


E-Enthusiastic: 2nd Nine Week Grading Period: A Rebel Hero is enthusiastic about his/her learning and looks forward to coming to school each day.  They have a positive attitude and are interative learners.  They work well with others and help other students who may be struggling in the classroom. 


R-Respect: 3rd Nine Week Grading Period: A Rebel Hero is a person who knows how to respect him/herself, others, and school porperty.  They follow the golden rule, "Treat others as you would have them treat you." They use manners and have a strong sense of right and wrong.  They treat others with empathy and hve a sense of justice. 


O-Optimistic: 4th Nine Week Grading Period: A rebel hero is one who never gives up.  Failure is not an option.  They are hard workers, always try their best, and don't quit when things get hard.  They are good problem solvers and enjoy a challenge.  They have a clear goal in mind and work hard to attain their goals. 


REBEL HERO: (End of the year award): He/she is a student who expemplifies the majority of the characteristics listed above.  They are classroom leaders who are well rounded, honest, enthusiastic, respectful and optimistic.  They go over and above when showing citizenship in the classroom and school, and they represent a good overall student who is a joy to teach.

Last Modified on September 6, 2016