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Congratulations to our Student of the Year 2021-2022 at Park Forest Elementary Creative Sciences & Arts Magnet School Mr. Drake Hamilton!!!
Born in Baton Rouge, LA., Drake is a focused scholar who aspires to study Mechanical engineering and become a Robotics Engineer. In his spare time, he does science experiments, plays video games, teaches his younger brother new and cool things, and even builds robots of his own. Drake is a member of the Magnet Ambassador's club at our school. He is also the voice on our daily morning routine video, "Welcome Back" where he is heard reading our Mission, Vision, and PBIS expectations.
Drake volunteers with various organizations, some of which include Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital (Asthma Camp), United Believers Baptist Church, and Souls to the Polls group. He prides himself on being the perfect gentleman and even holds the door open for the ladies.
When asked if he were a change maker in the world, what would he change, Drake said, " If I could change the world I would tell people to stop using non-renewable energy sources like chemical plants or fossil fuels and use renewable energy sources like hydro energy, solar energy, and wind energy because it is cleaner and it doesn't harm our environment."
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THE 2021 RED RIBBON WEEK THEME.
We’re excited to announce the 2021 National Red Ribbon Week Theme, Drug Free Looks Like Me™. Created by Marin Wurst, a 7th grader at Solon Middle School in Solon, Ohio, the Theme is a reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!
Our "Favorite music teacher, Ms. Dominique Gibbs has been nominated in the EBR Educator Appreciation contest. Let's show her some appreciation by voting for her .