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Woodbridge Elementary School names Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 12:00 am

Noah Sherwood

“Noah is a wonderful problem solver who always looks for a variety of different ways to get an answer. He shows respect for others by listening and asking question which relate to the topic, always using academic vocabulary. Noah shows creative thinking in his writing and is always engaged with his current book. He has earned profile 3 and 4 marks in all areas and he is a model for following rules and positive social relations with peers.” — Mrs. Barth, 3rd grade teacher

Robert Silva

“Robert is and exceptional athlete. He is competitive, but a strong leader. He always takes the time to motivated his team and individuals as they learn a new game. He demonstrates excellent sportsmanship, as well. IN the classroom he works hard to do well academically. His work effort includes always completing his homework, participating in class discussions, asking questions when needed and always taking advice on how to improve as well as seeking out advice from his teacher.” — Mrs. Daniel, 4th grade teacher

Tina Botello-Lopez

“Tina will take one for the team. She is the ultimate team player. She is a 2nd language learner and attends all after school interventions because she genuinely wants to learn and not because she is required to attend. She is a good listener and completes all tasks correctly. She asks questions for clarification and is kind to others. She knows that she is in school to learn and loves learning new things. She knows how to accept a challenge and conquer it.” — Mrs. Weybret, 5th grade teacher

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