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All-Star Kids recognizes students, grades K-12, in Northeast Ohio who are setting a positive example for their peers.
The Cavaliers will select one student each month of the regular season (October - April) as the All-Star Kids winner. Cavaliers "Hype Man" Ahmaad Crump and a Cavaliers mascot will travel to each winner’s school to present him/her with a super-sized ticket to a Cavaliers home game! In addition to receiving four (4) tickets to a game, the winning student will also receive complimentary food and beverage, recognition on-court prior to the game and a catered lunch party for their entire class!
Eligible students must be nominated by a principal, assistant principal, counselor, teacher or mentor.
The following criteria should be considered when making a nomination:
Nomination forms will be accepted until Friday, March 6, 2020 and selections will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
APRIL: April’s winner was Nylah Charles, a fourth grader at Marion Seltzer School in Cleveland, where she is a shining light in her classroom. She is extremely compassionate, caring and selfless. Learn more about Nylah.
MARCH: March’s winner was Justin Gaulding, a kindergartner at Normandy Elementary School in Bay Village, where he always demonstrates a positive attitude, good behavior and good citizenship. Learn more about Justin.
FEBRUARY: February’s winner was Charles Kealy, an eighth grader at St. Rita School in Solon, where he is known for always having a positive attitude and being a leader both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more about Charles.
JANUARY: January’s winner was Averie Crowe, a kindergartner at Renwood Elementary School in Parma, where she has mastered her reading and math goals. She is helpful to everyone she and sees the best in all. Learn more about Averie.
DECEMBER: December’s winner was Dominic Perusko, a first grader at Grant Elementary in Willoughby, where he shows academic excellence in all subject areas and makes good choices while others follow his example. Learn more about Dominic.
NOVEMBER: November’s winner was Ariyan Battle, a ninth grader at Cleveland School of Science & Medicine, where she shows tremendous leadership qualities by always being willing to help her peers and staff members. Learn more about Ariyan.
OCTOBER: The first winner of the 2019-20 season was Eerie Blankenship, a second grader at Dentzler Elementary School in Parma, where he is an outstanding student, great leader and a friend to everyone. Learn more about Eerie.