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Millswood Middle School names Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 12:00 am

William Violett: William is one of those rare individuals who is dedicated to squeezing every ounce of knowledgeout of his educational experience. His enthusiasm for what we do in class is evident each and every day. William is responsible, hard working and truly a shining example of dedication and determination. He makes me want to be a better teacher. — Gary Mohr

Channing Simpson: She has been an incredibly confident and empathetic young lady in class this year. She has a friendly and helpful demeanor with other students who either need extra help with their work or who have disabilities. She has remained excited about the work she completes, and is willing to spend her extra time in class helping others and communicating misunderstandings with her teachers. She is extremely qualified as a student-hero here at Millswood! — Adam Auerbach

Corrin Clemons: I find Corrin always positive and ready to learn. She is always in her seat when the bell rings and ready to go when class begins. She is not afraid to ask questions and learn as much as she can about Spanish. She corrects me when I make typos on the whiteboard. She is very personable and is well-liked in the class. She displays leadership abilities and contributes to class discussions based on her knowledge and experience. Go Corrin! — Curtis Robinson

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