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Borchardt Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014 12:00 am

Jeremias Juarez

Jeremias Juarez is a wonderful example of what a classroom hero should be. He is the quiet individual who takes his responsibilities as a student seriously, and as a sixth grader, he is proud of the fact that he finishes his work on time and applies himself to every written task. He works well in groups and is respected as a valuable member. Because he is a quiet hero, he is able to observe others and is always ready to step in when someone needs help or an encouraging word. His positive and appreciative attitude makes him a pleasure to teach and to work with in the classroom. — Mrs. Liebig, teacher

Raymond Perez

Raymond Perez is a top-notch kid in general. He encompasses every life skill. We are amazed at his responsibility in completing work, approaching teachers with questions, clarifying directions, and determining his path to success. Raymond is the most pleasant student and we admire his effort and dedication to the fullest! He is a true student hero. — Mrs. Flores and Mrs. Wright, teachers

Makayla Kranich

It was an easy task to pick a classroom hero when you have a student like Makayla Kranich. Of her strong life skills, she definitely seems to have mastered “Effort”. Her willingness to take on any challenge, whether it is in student government or helping others in class, is highly commendable. It is almost as if she wants to do it all when it comes to her academics. Sometimes her biggest compliment is when she is asked not to do too many school related activities because she tries so hard. Uniquely, she has not let herself or her classmates down. A classroom hero is really an individual who is most likely to find success both now and in the future; Makayla is without a doubt that person. — Mr. Fonda, teacher

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Stephanie Hiatt

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