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Reese Elementary School classroom heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 12:00 am

Madeline Woznick

“The Classroom Hero I have selected from my 6th grade class is Madeline Woznick.  Madeline is a student who excels in all academic areas.  She is a hard working student who puts in the time and effort to do tasks well.  She is organized, enthusiastic, and alwys willing to help others, both students and teachers.  This spirit of volunteerism is what sets Madeline apart from others.  Not only has she excelled academically, she volunteers in other classroom, participates in Math Olympiad, on Safety Partol, Flag Salute, and also serves as Vice President of the Reese Elementary Student Council.  Madeline has proven time and again that she is ready, willing, and able to participate and perform with a high degree of excellence in every task she assumes.” — Gay Hardwick

Audra Bastress

“I would like to nominate Audra Bastress as a Classroom Hero.  Audra is a 5th grade student at Reese Elementary in Lodi.  Audra is a good student who always tries her hardest.  She is very responsible, kind and caring.  In her work and class projects she goes above and beyond in her effort.  Audra serves as a classroom representative on the school's student council.  She is always willing to help out other students who may need help in class.  Audra is a girl scout and enjoys working  on service projects in the Lodi Community.  She has earned many badges through her service projects including Highway to Health, My Heritage, Cancer Awareness and Toy Drive.  Audra is a true hero and will be looking to continuing to do great things in the future!” — Kim Nickel

Maggie Bria

“Maggie began volunteering in my (SH_Special Ed) class. She showed constant patience and kindness towards my students.  She then spent the entire month of June volunteering in my class during Extended School Year.  She once again showed a compassion and maturity that simply amazed me.  This year, she spends her morning recess time assisting my students off the bus and at breakfast.  She often uses her morning recess to come into my classroom to help my students as well.  Maggie is an awesome student and a “Hero” to all of my students.  She makes them feel accepted and loved.” — Mrs. Franklin

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Stephanie Hiatt

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