Racial justice alliance honors H.O. Brittingham Elementary students

Jordan Johnson, LySean Quail recognized for leadership, effort, excellence
December 18, 2023

The Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice recently honored H.O. Brittingham Elementary students Jordan Johnson and LySean Quail for their leadership, effort and excellence. 

Staff and teachers recognized Jordan, a kindergartener, for his exceptional leadership in class. Jordan is a kind, helpful and motivated student. His teachers consistently compliment his use of the 7 Habits of Happy Kidsa FranklinCovey program, and commend him for being a role model for other kindergarten students who are beginning their journey at H.O. Brittingham.

LySean, a third-grader, was celebrated for his achievements in and outside of school. LySean is an exceptional student and is motivated to achieve his goals. He is a leader in the classroom, hallways, cafeteria and on the playground. LySean was recently selected for the D1 football team and will play in the American Bowl in Texas. He is an outstanding young man with great potential.

Surrounded by family and staff, Jordan and LySean were honored in a ceremony at the school, and each received a $20 gift card to Browseabout Books in Rehoboth.

SDARJ initiated the African American Achievement award to recognize students who represent the ideals of leadership, effort and excellence in their schools. Students from each school in the Cape Henlopen and Indian River School Districts are recognized throughout the school year. SDARJ is a nonpartisan organization that educates, informs and advocates for racial justice, equality, and fair opportunity. For more information, go to 

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