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Reese Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, October 25, 2013 12:00 am

Daphne Meredith

Daphne is caring, considerate, helpful and kind. She always looks for ways to help her fellow classmates and has had a powerful impact on one particular classmate who struggles with math.

Our class was working on a double digit multiplication lesson and she seized the opportunity to help explain it to her classmate who was confused. Her classmate exclaimed, “I get it!” I am incredible proud of my classroom hero. — Mrs. Goodwin

Lia Spaletta and Riley Woznick

These students have helped me tremendously in the library, especially at the end of the year when there is so much filing and straightening to do. Both girls volunteer to help.

I have never had to ask them and they will help for several weeks with smiles on their faces. Whatever tasks I give them in the library, they complete fast and efficiently.

Many times through the years I have hesitated to have helpers in the library because the precision of organization is critical with the rules of alphabetizing and the Dewey decimal system. I have not had to worry about that with these girls.

They shelve books properly and straighten our reading counts area perfectly. They organize the books that I have in bins for the younger classes and also put helpers and also help put up wonderful bulletin boards within the library.

They are truly wonderful helpers worthy of being “Classroom Heroes” not just for one classroom, but for the library which benefits EVERY student at Reese!

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