Do The Right Thing Award (DTRT)
The Craven County Sheriff's Office in partnership with Craven County Schools the "Do The Right Thing" (DTRT) program is dedicated to recognizing and rewarding students who distinguish themselves through their exemplary deeds and accomplishments and who serve as a positive role model in school and their community. "Do The Right Thing" awards K-12 students who strive to make good choices.
Monthly Award Winners:
Each month of the school year starting in November 2019, law enforcement officers, school staff and community leaders may nominate students from each of the participating schools: West Craven High, West Craven Middle, Bridgeton Elementary, Brinson Memorial Elementary, James W. Smith Elementary and Rodger Bell New Tech Academy. A DTRT committee at each school will review nominees and select one from each school. The Finalist will be recognized at their school and receive a tee shirt with the "Do The Right Thing" logo on the front and "Do The Right Thing" sponsor name listed on the back. Finalists will also be recognized on the Craven County Sheriff's Office web page.
The Craven County Sheriff's Office will host an awards ceremony for all finalists at the Craven County Sheriff's Office, where they will be recognized by Sheriff Chip Hughes and other community leaders. Finalists will be honored and awarded "Do The Right Thing" certificates and gifts provided by the "Do The Right Thing" sponsors. Sheriff Hughes will send an invitation to the finalists with the date and the time of the awards ceremony.
Events are under development and will be posted here as soon as they are available.