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Vinewood Elementary School Classroom Hero

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Posted: Friday, November 1, 2013 12:00 am

Hayleigh Hillskotter consistently puts forth her best effort in turning in all her work in a timely manner. She is also responsible and has a wonderful sense of humor.

I admire her sense of initiative. She often comes in before school starts to help out and stays up to an hour after school changing bulletin boards or passing out papers. She is not a school hero but a hero in my class.

Last, but not least, Hayleigh is a very caring friend to others and dsiplays an enormous amount of courage. Whenever a classmate is having difficulties with something, either in class or out on the playground, she will approach me and let me know what the problem is. — Melanie Bills, teacher

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