• North Tonawanda Middle school participates in “Do The Right Thing” sponsored by the Niagara County Sheriff’s Department, Niagara County Police Athletic League and The Juvenile Justice Task Force. The program is designed to positively impact the youth of Niagara County by publicly recognizing children who distinguish themselves through their behavior and by establishing themselves as role models for their peers.

    Every other month up to 80 children from the Niagara County area, on the basis of their examplary behavior/attitude will be nominated by teachers, police officers, youth leaders, and the public for the "Do The Right Thing" award. Eight finalists will be selected from this group. In order to reach as many children as possible and to reinforce their positive behavior, the first 80 nominees each month will receive certificates of recognition and a t-shirt. The eight monthly finalists will also receive a plaque, incentive prize package, and recognition in the "Do The Right Thing" public service announcements in local newspapers and TV. Our school district also recognizes nominees at the monthly Board of Education meeting. 

    A child may be nominated simply because of a cooperative attitude toward fellow students, rededication to their schoolwork, or other behavior which makes them a good role model for their peers.

    If you know of a child from our school whose actions are worthy of recognition, please contact Sharon Sikora at 807–3700.  For more information on the program visit