Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Recognizes Three Students With the ‘Great Kids’ Award
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // January 26, 2020
Aubrie Brotherton, Allure Adams and Madi Soucheck honored by Sheriff Ivey with 'Great Kids' Award
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – I recently had the pleasure of recognizing R.L. Stevenson Elementary School student, Aubrie Brotherton, as the recipient of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Great Kids” Award.
Aubrie is a Sixth Grader who volunteers her time in service to the community, has assisted with numerous campaigns to assist families who have lost their home as a result of natural disasters and who also each year raises funds for holiday toy donations to the Cocoa “Boys and Girls Club.”
Aubrie was nominated by Brevard County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Corporal Curtis Brooks.
I also had the honor of recognizing Sea Park Elementary Sixth Grader, Madison “Madi” Soucheck, as the recipient of another “Great Kids” Award.
Madi was recently voted by her peers as the Sea Park, Youth Leadership President.
As part of the Safety Patrol, Madi goes above and beyond to help others, ensuring fellow students are being safe, as well as teaching less experienced teammates what is expected of them.
Madi was nominated by Brevard County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Corporal Adrian Soto.
In addition, this afternoon I had the distinct honor of recognizing Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School Senior, Cadet Allure Adams, as the recipient of another “Great Kids” Award.
Allure is currently the top JROTC Cadet in her class as evident by her selection to be Cadet Battalion Commander for this year’s class.
Allure has balanced a course curriculum of AP and IB courses her entire four years of high school as well as being, dual-enrolled at Eastern Florida State College.
Allure was nominated by LTC James Desjardin and Cocoa Beach Police Department Resource Officer Kyle Stevenson.
The “Sheriff’s Great Kid” Award was created by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to recognize kids in our schools and community that are doing it right by helping others, being respectful, showing great character and of course, working with their teachers to make a difference.
Unfortunately, the kids that don’t do it right seem to be the ones who get the most attention, so the concept of this program is to recognize the good kids for the behavior and to let others know how important it is to always try and do the right thing.
Please join me in congratulating Aubrie, Madi and Allure for being “Great Kids” and also in thanking their parents for attending this week’s presentations.
And of course, I’m also thanking our teachers and school administrators for all they do to make sure Brevard’s students have the best environment in the country to learn and grow in.
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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