This season the All-Star Kids program has teamed up with Chick-fil-A to recognize students who are setting a positive example for their peers. The Cavaliers will select one student each month of the season (November - April) as the All-Star Kids winner. Cavaliers’ mascots, "Hype Man" Ahmaad Crump, and Chick-fil-A’s “Cow” will make a surprise visit to each winning student's school to present him/her with a super-sized ticket to a Cavaliers home game and a catered Chick-fil-A party for their entire class! In addition to receiving four (4) tickets to a game, the winning student will also receive four (4) complimentary passes to the VIP Club and will be recognized on-court prior to the game. Eligible students must be nominated by a principal, assistant principal, counselor, teacher or mentor.
Nomination forms will be accepted until March 30, 2015, and selections will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The following criteria should be considered when making your nomination:
- The student displays solid academics or continuous improvement
- The student has a positive attitude
- The student displays good citizenship and behavior
- The student is actively involved in his/her community
Please include all supporting information or documentation to support your nomination if necessary.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE ARE TWO PAGES FOR THIS APPLICATION, AND YOU MUST COMPLETE BOTH PAGES IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.
APRIL: April’s winner was Dasha Penn, a fifth grader at Warner Girls Leadership Academy, where she has made the honor roll both semesters this year. Learn more about Dasha
MARCH: The winner for March was Marquitta Billingsley, a 12th grader at Collinwood High School, where she has maintained outstanding academics. Learn more about Marquitta
FEBRUARY: The winner for February was Noah Robinson, an eighth grader at St. Jerome Catholic School, where he takes down the flag and helps the librarian and school secretary. Learn more about Noah
JANUARY: January’s winner was Jalijah Tolar, who is an honor student in the fourth grade at Case School. He is always trying to improve not only his own academics, but those of his classmates as well. Learn more about Jalijah
DECEMBER: The winner for December, Kate Daley, is a fifth grader at St. Angela Merici. She takes on all responsibilities asked of her and has good organizational and study habits. Kate is involved in CYO sports and is always ready to help with Market Day. Learn more about Kate
NOVEMBER: The winner for November was Jeniah Broadus, a third grader at Puritas Community Elementary School. She is a very hard worker and is always looking to improve by asking for help and for suggestions. Learn more about Jeniah