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- Mayor Youth Awards
Mayor Youth Awards
Our youth are doing wonderful things in our schools and in the community that often go unrecognized.
Communities That Care Coalition, along with Mayor Rick Child and the City Council, would like to recognize, honor and reward these outstanding youth for the positive impact they are having in our schools and the community.
Anyone can nominate a young person/student, between the ages of 5 and 19, who are striving to make our schools, community and the world we live in better. To recognize a student, please fill out and submit the Nominate a Student form below.
Mayor’s Youth Awards will be presented to youth at an upcoming City Council meeting. Family and friends are invited to show their support by attending.
November 19, 2019
The smiles on their faces says it all! From left to right; Bethany Stewart and Aubrey Nissen from Springville High School and Kekai Palmer from Merit Academy received the Mayor Youth Award at last night’s City Council Meeting. They are known throughout their schools and community for being positive leaders and quick to help and be compassionate to others. All three amazing students work hard at their academics while being involved in their schools’ Hope Squads, National Honor Societies, theatre and music programs just to name a few. Thank you to Bethany, Aubrey and KeKai and their families for being examples of all that is good in our community!
April 16, 2019
Alyssa Walker, daughter of Kelly and Lori Walker, was honored with the Mayor’s Youth Award for her bravery, courage and selflessness at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Alyssa was instrumental in the rescue of her mom when an explosion occurred at their vacation home. Alyssa was able to get seven children to safety and alert the neighbors for the need of help. Since the accident Alyssa has served her family in countless ways and has been a rock for her siblings. We echo the words of Alyssa’s nominator, “a great family is the beginning of a great community.”
March 19, 2019
Congratulations to 7th Grader Savannah Lloyd who received the Mayor’s Youth Award at March’s City Council Meeting. Savannah is the daughter of Julie and Thad Lloyd and attends Mapleton Junior High. Her teacher Melissa Heaton describes Savannah as “a shining star. She is helpful, obedient, friendly and a hard worker. Teachers and students know they can count on Savannah. She is a quiet, positive influence to those around her…without question, Savannah, is a wonderful student who will make a big difference in the world!”
february 19, 2019
Bryn Levin is in 7th grade at Mapleton Junior High. Her parents are Lindsy and Samuel Levin. She was nominated by her teacher, Kate Nadauld. Mrs. Nadauld describes Bryn as being one of the most kind, thoughtful and positive people she knows. “Each day that I see her she brings a smile to my face. She is so happy, upbeat and encouraging to me and other students.” Congratulations Levin family for raising an amazing young lady!
January 15, 2019
Springville Mayor Rick Child and City Council members were delighted by the smiling faces of Paige Ballard, Alexia Lundberg and Jocelyn Mendez at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. The three young ladies were nominated for the Mayor’s Youth Award by their schools’ administration. Paige is a 9th grader at Springville Junior High. She not only strives for excellence in herself but continually reaches out and offers help and friendship to others. Alexia Lundberg is a second grader from Westside Elementary. She has learned to tackle medical obstacles in her life by smiling, having a positive attitude and determination. She is a big example to everyone. Jocelyn Mendez attends Springville Junior High and is actively involved and is a leader with Latinos in Action. She also serves on the student council and is striving to promote unity and acceptance for all students. What wonderful examples they are to all of us!
December 4, 2018
Pictured left to right: Samantha Steiner, Cohen Wilding, Nely Lara, Jaxon Barrett, Sawyer Mayberry Paityn Hunter, Bennet Scott and Lydia Steiner.
December 18, 2018
Nine amazing students came to city council on Tuesday to be awarded the Mayor’s Youth Award. They represented Meadow Brook Elementary, Sage Creek and Reagan Academy. The students were nominated for always doing their best and persevering while also looking out for and being kind to others. They are wonderful examples of the youth in our community! Pictured with Councilman Mike Snelson are; Emi Figuerres, Maisy Lord, James Sitton, Wyatt Johnson, Kaylee Eatchel, Troy Swapp, Marian Birk, Audrey Joslin and Della Richards.
October 16, 2018
Kyleigh Richards, Luke Elder and Megan Rawle received October’s Mayor Youth Recognition Award at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. All three students were nominated for the award by their teachers at Art City and Brookside Elementary. Kyleigh, Luke and Megan were recognized for being hard working, kind to others and having positive attitudes in all they do. What great examples they are to us all!
March 20, 2018
Ninth grade Springville Junior High student, Lindsay Gardiner, received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Assistant Principal Shauna Shepherd nominated Lindsay for her kindness and her ability to see the needs of others. Ms. Shepherd writes “Lindsay took it upon herself to organize a group of friends to write 365 anonymous notes to a struggling student so she would have one happy note to read from a friend every day.” Springville City Council, Mayor Child and the community are so grateful for Lindsay and her example. Lindsay is the daughter of Margot Gardiner.
April 21, 2015
Congratulations to Halle Acor and Benjamin Dunford for receiving the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at the City Council meeting on April 21.
Halle and Benjamin are great examples of being involved in their school and community in positive ways. The Mayor, City Council and Springville City congratulate and thank them for their incredible efforts in making notable changes in the community.