Cellino & Barnes Classroom Scholarship Winners – Week 3

Cellino & Barnes would like to congratulate the Classroom Scholarship Winners for Week 3 of the Buffalo Bills season.  We would also like to say that we are always grateful when the students take the time to say thank you.  You are most welcome.

Week 3 Winners – 2010

     
Mrs.Morelli

6th Grade

St John the Baptist

Kenmore

Ms. Laura McCann

5th Grade

Woodrow Wilson School

Sloan

Mrs. Margaret Moberg

7th Grade

St. Joseph University School

Buffalo

Ms. Tina Schmatz

3rd Grade

Hoover Middle School

Buffalo

Ms. Heather Crane

3rd Grade

Henry W. Longfellow

Rochester

Ms. Amy Sweeney

1st Grade

Canal View Elementary

Spencerport

Ms. Kelly Ceckowski

2nd Grade

State Road Elementary

Webster

Mrs. Susan Morse

6th Grade

Dundee Elementary School

Dundee

Miss Roll

4th Grade

Cattaraugus Little Valley

Little Valley

Ms. Julie Hillegeer

5th Grade

Williamson Central

Williamson

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One Response to “Cellino & Barnes Classroom Scholarship Winners – Week 3”

  1. Megan Roll says:

    Dear Mr. Cellino and Mr. Barnes,

    What a true excitement it was to get the phone call this morning to find out that we had won the classroom scholarship during the third week. I am truly looking forward to sharing this information with my students tomorrow.

    After talking with a very nice lady from your office this morning I learned that sometimes you personally deliver the check and other times you mail the check. This year in our classrooms school wide we are talking about “putting our best foot forward” in hopes to make the world a happier place. I am going out on a limb to ask if it would at all be possible for you to deliver the check to our room in order for my students to meet you. For September our honored character trait was Optimism. I am thinking that it would be a great way to encourage them to be optimistic, and therefore to “look forward to each new day” (Author Allison Stoutland & Illustrator Cathy Hofher). I know that you are surely busy and it is a long ride from Buffalo to Little Valley, but I know that it would bring a smile to these students faces and maybe motivate them to be the best that they can be.

    To sum things up I would like to invite you to our classroom in hopes that you would have the opportunity to meet the very special children that touch my heart and teach me the importance of never giving up.

    Thank you for taking the time to read this and we hope to hear from you soon.

    Sincerely,
    Miss Megan Roll