Mason J. Schaffer is "Student of the Week" for #MiddletownRI. The second grader from Aquidneck School is known for his drive, grit and sense of humor along with his desire to be the best he can be. Let's all take a moment to say "Congrats!" to Mason.
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STUDENT OF THE WEEK:
AQUIDNECK SCHOOL SECOND GRADER MASON J. SCHAFFER
MIDDLETOWN, R.I. (MAY 5, 2023) – In each of the schools across Middletown, there are students doing excellent, noteworthy things. As part of a feature from the town, a different student will be spotlighted for their efforts to make Middletown a special place to live, work and play.
Name: Mason J. Schaffer
School: Aquidneck School
Parent(s)/Guardian(s): Luke Schaffer & Keri Sullivan
Accomplishment(s): Being an outstanding student who is ready to learn, have fun and enjoy school every day.
Dream Job: Special operations soldier
Favorite Meal: Cheese pizza
Go To Snack: Chocolate flavored “Little Bites”
Person/People I Look Up To: “My best friend Logan because we like to play together.”
Top Show Or Movie: “America’s Funniest Home Videos”
Best Local Hangout: “My home because I love my iPad.”
Music With The Most: Marshmello, a well known, popular DJ
Recommended Reading: “The Best Dictionary For Students”
Best Subject In School: “Physical education because we get to play fun games!”
Teacher/Staff Member I’d Like To Thank: “(Second grade teacher) Ms. (Shannon) Dugan because I love her class.”
Comment From Teacher/Staff Member: “Mason is a joy to have in class. Mason has improved in so many areas this year, academically, behaviorally and socially. He has blossomed into a great student and friend in our classroom. Our motto ‘Big Problem’ ‘Little Problem’ has been a big help for Mason to control his emotions. He comes into class ready to learn. He loves math, reading, writing and especially drawing. He has a fantastic sense of humor and always comes into school with an awesome story. He is a true pleasure to have in our classroom,” Dugan with fellow teachers Miss (Mercedes) Forrest, Mrs. (Tracey) Rutledge and Miss (Ashlee) Quilliams.
Story Link: https://www.middletownri.com/DocumentCenter/View/8510/SOW-Mason