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Beckman Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, January 24, 2014 7:08 am

Jannet Alvarado

Jannet’s positive attitude shows through in all aspects of her time on campus. By being involved in activities such as the recycle club and student government, she serves as a model for students to see how working for your school and community can make it a great place to be. — Mrs. Troutner

Letsy Cahue

Letsy is a classroom hero because of her motivation, attitude and friendliness. She is active in school government, music and art clubs. She continually seeks out enrichment projects to extend her learning. She shows friendliness and caring to her classmates and to her little second grade buddy. Letsy has a smile for everyone, and is always honest and truthful. — Mrs. Fromm

Luke Beach

Luke is an active and creative participant in student council, and always has ideas on how we celebrate school spirit. Luke shows great leadership in the classroom, always demonstrating integrity and effort. Luke shows concern for his peers and offers suggestions as to how to improve school safety. — Mrs. Osterlie

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