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Lakewood Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 12:00 am

Jilian Cavnar

Jilian demonstrates what it is to be a classroom hero on a daily basis. She is generous with her time, welcoming to all, and always willing to assist those who need help in class. Her friends know that she can be depended upon for her honesty and integrity, while those who may not know her very well quickly learn that she is approachable and friendly. She works hard to maintain her good grades, faithfully turns in high-quality work on time, and actively participates in lessons and class discussions. Jilian strives to better herself even when no assignment has been given. She seeks out answers to difficult questions and always strives to do her best work, not just the minimum that is required. Most importantly of all, Jilian is truly kind to the people she meets. It is not difficult to see why she is a wonderful choice to be one of Lakewood’s classroom heroes this year. — Brian McKilligan, 5th Grade teacher

Lakewood Elementary School Classroom Heroes
Jonathan Villalobos Cyndi Carter/News-Sentinel

Jonathan Villalobos

Jonathon is our classroom hero. He is a good role model to all students and has a positive attitude. He works hard, follows classroom and school rules, and encourages others to do the same. Learning and improving his skills are important to Jonathan. He enjoys helping others and encouraging others to do their best. When help is needed he is frequently selected by teachers, school staff, and his peers. Jonathan is supportive of all students, and when his peers need a partner or help, he is the first one asked. — Corinne Howe, 6th Grade teacher

Lakewood Elementary School Classroom Heroes
Axel Aguilar Cyndi Carter/News-Sentinel

Axel Aguilar

Alex is friendly and kind-hearted. He is a respectful young man that has a high regard for others. He is courteous and he strives to be a good role model on our campus. Although transferring to a new school can be a challenge in sixth grade, Axel was able to make the transition smoothly by making new friendships and adapting to new routines and procedures. You can count on Axel to have a big smile and a willingness to help out. Axel has a positive attitude and is an asset to our Lakewood School community. The character traits that he exhibits make him an ideal choice for our “Classroom Hero.” — Mrs. Shook, 6th Grade Teacher

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