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Washington Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 12:00 am

Juliana Senecal

I have never seen a student work so hard despite her disabilities. No matter what we do in class she does her best to help me modify the activity for her and excels, never letting anything slow her down and she does all of this with a big “Chucky Cheese” smile on her face. She also constantly cheers on her peers and helps motivate them to also do there best in class. Being around her motivates me to want to be a better person and I always can’t wait to see what she’s going to do next in class. — Matt Meyer, Washington Elementary School physical education teacher

Jennifer Magallanes

Jennifer is an exemplary role model for her 6th grade classmates and the entire student body. Not only is she an excellent student and a great athlete, but she is kind, caring, and a friend to all. Jennifer takes great responsibility in her job as student council secretary and a valued member of our Math Olympiad team. She is a self-starter and always strives to improve herself. — Julie Jensen, Washington Elementary School sixth-grade teacher

Digby Ramirez

Digby’s personality shines at Washington School. He is caring and full of life. He is alive with curiosity and has a passion for learning. Digby is always a friend to his fellow classmates and teachers. He’ll always volunteer a helping hand to each and every one he contacts. He is the most kind-hearted student and that is why Digby Ramirez is our nomination for classroom hero. — Priscilla Spagnola, Washington Elementary School fifth-grade teacher

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