Singer named BEACON HMK Academic Student of the Month
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Isaiah Singer has been named the recipient of the January BEACON Helen M. Knight Elementary School Academic Student of the Month award.

Singer, a kindergarten student in Kathleen Crane’s class, is the son of LaRanda Morgan and Brian Singer.

BEACON program tutors said Singer was chosen, in part, because he has developed a strong work ethic in the BEACON program.

“Isaiah was not initially super excited about attending and made it obvious, but now he attends every day, works hard and even helps other students who are struggling,” his BEACON tutors said. “He is really starting to pick things up. He is a pleasure to have in our group.”

Singer received a prize of a Golden Ticket to attend the upcoming Chocolate Lover’s Fling with an adult.

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