Select students of Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for showing kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Assistant Principal Aisha Marrero, Instructor Yessenia Cardoso, Instructor Catherine Merced, Principal Maria Costa, Jennifer Turken’s mother, Dana Turken, and Jennifer Turken’s Grandmother, Claire Warren.
Select students of Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for showing kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Assistant Principal Aisha Marrero, Instructor Yessenia Cardoso, Instructor Catherine Merced, Principal Maria Costa, Jennifer Turken’s mother, Dana Turken, and Jennifer Turken’s Grandmother, Claire Warren.
Select students of Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for showing kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Assistant Principal Aisha Marrero, Instructor Yessenia Cardoso, Instructor Catherine Merced, Principal Maria Costa, Jennifer Turken’s mother, Dana Turken, and Jennifer Turken’s Grandmother, Claire Warren.

School Scene: Students win ‘Heart Award’ for kind acts

November 24, 2015 6:20 PM

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