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Joe Serna Charter School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, April 11, 2014 12:00 pm

Alyssa Baumbach

Alyssa is a model for living the life skill of “perseverance.” Over the years Alyssa has had various surgeries to address her health. She always returns to school with a smile and, the intent to do her best. Her primary language is English, yet she is driven to develop her bilingual skills in Spanish and English. Alyssa provides inspiration for staff, students and parents at Joe Serna Jr. Charter School.

Alejandro Ferreyra

Alejandro is an example of a classroom hero! He holds many qualities of a model student. He is 110% dedicated to his education. Alejandro always turns in assignments and puts forth his best effort. A quality that stands out is being helpful. He frequently takes the initiative to help his classmates. He takes the time to explain information/concepts to his peers. He chooses to help others which is an admirable quality. Furthermore, he helps in the classroom with anything that needs to be done. Again, he always does so without being asked to. He is extremely respectful and friendly towards all. He is truly an example of a stellar student!

Kloee Gibson

Kloee woke up to find her father suffering a seizure. She called 911 and was able to get the necessary help for her dad. Thanks to her quick thinking and courage, her father was able to receive the medical attention he required. Kloee’s bravery prevented a frightening situation from possibly worsening, and she should be commended for her actions.

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1 comment:

  • joann lopez posted at 7:03 pm on Fri, May 23, 2014.

    jhoann1 Posts: 1

    congratulations to all of this children, specially to Kloee Gibson she is a brave girl and an example of courage and excellence. Great job my friend.[smile]


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