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Chloe Pizzoferrato, Canton Municipal Schools


NAME – Chloe Pizzaferrato

SCHOOL – Worley Primary School


AGE – 11

PARENTS – Misty Sismore and John Pizzoferrato



NOMINATION – “Chloe is a hard worker who treats everyone kindly. She volunteers to help out and gives back to the community by volunteering her time on our student leadership team and after-school program.”

PLEASE TELL US WHY YOU PERFORMED THE ACT OF KINDNESS (above). – “I love helping others and seeing people smile.”

DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE VIDEO GAME, BOOK OR TV SHOW? – TV show “Two Broke Girls”; book, “Middle School Get Me Out of Here,” by James Patterson.

WHAT DID YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU WERE GROWING UP? − “I want to be a children’s doctor when I grow up.”

IF YOU COULD CHANGE ONE THING AT SCHOOL, WHAT WOULD IT BE? − “School is a place where you learn, so I wouldn’t change a thing.”

IF YOU CAN HAVE ONE SUPERPOWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE AND HOW WILL YOU USE IT TO CHANGE THE WORLD? − “I wish I had enough money to help everyone in need get what they need.”

Worley Elementary School student Chloe Pizzoferrato, Township Depository's Synchrony Financial Character Kid for October.  Tuesday, October 18, 2022.
Worley Elementary School student Chloe Pizzoferrato, Township Depository's Synchrony Financial Character Kid for October.  Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

Other nominees


Worley Primary School

Chloe Pizzoferrato, sixth – Chloe is a hard worker who treats everyone kindly. She volunteers to help and gives back to the community by volunteering her time on our student leadership team.

A.I.M. Academy

Austin Daniels, fourth year – Austin Daniels exemplifies what it means to be a true student of character. Although he is on the quiet side and perhaps withdrawn, he enhances student learning and community within our classrooms. Austin is trustworthy, responsible, respectful and kind to everyone.


South Canton Secondary School

Ava Seitz, sixth – Ava brings a caring heart and positive attitude to every day and every situation. She is always ready to lend a hand and has an admirable work ethic.

Dane Steinmetz, sixth grade – Dane is dedicated to his learning and displays an impressive drive to acquire knowledge. He is kind, caring, and considerate of others.


Fairless College

Ila Warstler, seventh year – Ila is a go-getter. She has a smiling face and a strong willed attitude.

Hunter Miller, sixth year – Hunter is a studious young man who strives for excellence! He pushes himself to do better and be better academically and socially.


Amherst Elementary School

Andersen Crittendon-Isles, fifth year – Andersen is a model of excellence in the classroom and in many other aspects of his life. His calm and peaceful personality often rubs off on everyone around him. It’s refreshing to be around Andersen throughout our school day at Amherst Elementary.


Lake Elementary School

Ellie Todd, sixth grade – Ellie Todd is a student who lives up to the definition of resilience. She has brought pride and strength to our district this year as she embraces her disability with her positivity and providing knowledge to our students. Ellie is truly a ray of sunshine to everyone she comes into contact with.

Jackson Hampshire, sixth grade – Jackson Hampshire is a strong leader at Lake Elementary because he represents our motto to be responsible, respectful and safe every day. He is involved in several clubs and activities while always standing up for what is right.


Louisville College

Ciara Catlos, seventh year – Ciara is so nice to everyone she sees. She greets everyone with a warm smile and kind words. His kindness is contagious!

Landon Dente, seventh year – Landon shows responsibility and respect in everything he does. He works hard and treats everyone with respect. His focus and determination help him succeed!


Marlington High School

Cassandra Tarter, seventh year – Cassandra is a hardworking and talented student. She takes on challenges and consistently succeeds.

Connor Cole

Marlington Middle School, seventh grade – Connor makes the classroom around him a better place. He is hardworking, helpful and kind.


Massillon high school

Madison Kester, sixth grade – Madison Kester exemplifies what it means to have a strong character. Madison still sports a warm smile. Her polite demeanor and kindness are evident when working with her peers. Maddy comes to class every day with a great attitude. She helps those around her and answers questions about their math work, and does the same in ELA. She is a role model for all her peers. Madison is responsible and well organized for the class and does her best every day. For these reasons, Madison is a positive influence on her peers.

Trenton Kohl, sixth grade – Trenton Kohl shows daily what it means to be a Tiger. Trenton has a positive attitude every day, is eager to learn and works hard all the time. He doesn’t let others distract him and he always stays focused. Trenton knows and listens to expectations and exceeds them to meet them daily. He is an excellent student and a kind person. He definitely serves as a role model for others to follow.


North Township High School

Elle Tamulewicz, seventh year – She is one of our nicest and sweetest students at NCMS. She is always ready to help others and get involved in the school. She is a hardworking and creative student. She participates in clubs and theater within her school and community. Elle’s kind heart and big smile bring so much joy to those around her.

Ian Schenck, seventh year – Ian is a hard worker and a wonderful student. Ian has a good heart and is always ready to help his school and his community. Ian is involved in various clubs, music programs and theater programs in his school and community. One of Ian’s greatest traits is that he always has a smile on his face. He brings so much joy and laughter to others. Ian is a great example to others and an exceptional role model.


Shelby Davidson, eighth grade – Shelby is an exceptional student. She is a member of the choir and recently landed the role of “Candy” in the college fall play. Shelby is also a member of the school’s Power of the Pen creative writing team. The eldest of two children, she hopes to one day attend university and major in the performing arts.

Austin Schenz – Austin’s positive approach to life and constant hard work make him a great example for other students. He hopes to golf for Northwest next year and one day attend college to become a zoologist. He loves his pet dog, Shadow, and says his favorite place with his family is the Kalahari.


Eastern Township High School

Emily Furney, sixth grade – Emily comes to school every day with a positive attitude, confidence and a desire to learn. Her peers consider her a role model and a guide. Her leadership is unwavering and she shows strength and determination beyond her years. We are proud of his remarkable character and his influence with his classmates.

Xavier Gooch, sixth – Since the beginning of the school year, Xavier has tried and continues to strive to reach his potential in the classroom by putting in extra time or asking questions to better understand a new subject. Xavier is also a great classmate to his peers as he is willing to go out of his way to help others who might need extra support. He leads by example every day with his positive attitude and excellent work ethic.

Local perry

Edison College

Farren Stevens, seventh year – Farren is a polite and respectful student at Edison Middle School. She has a positive attitude and is always ready to help her peers and teachers. She is a great role model for others!

Watson Primary School

Jaiden White, fourth year “Jaiden has never met a stranger! He is full of personality and kind to everyone. We are so proud of Jaiden!


Sandy Valley High School

Chloe Schoeppner, eighth grade – Chloe Schoeppner demonstrates good character on a daily basis by being respectful and kind. She excels academically and participates in various activities including drama, basketball, and football. When Chloe isn’t busy with school, she enjoys hobbies and crafts. If she could change one thing in the world, it would be that everyone would be nice to each other.

Camdyn Wigfield, eighth grade – Camdyn Wigfield shows good character in helping others and one of her strengths is her positive mindset, which also encourages others to think positively. His favorite activities include riding his side-by-side, four-wheelers and ATVs. If he could change one thing in the world, he would end world hunger. Camdyn is also a member of the cross country team. We are lucky to have him at SVMS!


Za’Sha Family Head – She is kind, responsible and respectful to her classmates and teachers. She is a leader for her class.

Luis Bonilla – He is respectful, a good friend and always engaged in school activities. He demonstrates leadership and responsibility.