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Larson Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, January 17, 2014 12:00 am

Shelby Yarbrough

“I am very happy to nominate Shelby Yarborough as our Classroom Hero! She is an example to the students by her hard work and dedication to our school. She is the student body treasurer and an active member of student council. She works hard in class, always puts her best effort into her work and is helpful to the other students in class. Shelby is active a few of our afterschool activities: Math Olympiad, Science Olympiad and choir. She is an asset to our school and I believe a Classroom Hero.” — Mrs. Bartlam, teacher

Julia Garlick

“Julia Garlick is a perfect candidate for this year’s Classroom Hero. She is an outstanding student and citizen, and a valued member of the Larson Star community. Julia was on the Gold Honor Roll for the first semester of 6th grade, earning all 3s and 4s for both first and second quarter for all academic subjects, behavior, effort, and responsibility. In addition to earning high marks, Julia is a wonderful role model for her peers. She participates in classroom discussions, gets along well with her peers, and is always willing to help. She always has a kind or encouraging word for her fellow students, and her positive attitude and smile make her a pleasure to work with in the classroom. Julia’s skills in math have placed her in the advanced math class, and she is a member of our school’s Science Olympiad team. Outside of school, Julia is an avid equestrian and basketball player. Julia is also a Student Ambassador for Larson, greeting parents and community members in the mornings and helping students adhere to our school rules.” — Mrs. Peters, teacher

Maliha Shahzad

“It is a privilege to nominate Maliha Shahzad for classroom hero this year. I have never had a student work as hard and put as much effort into their work as Maliha does. Every project that Maliha turns in exceeds all expectations. She puts forth 110% into everything that she does. Maliha also participates in afterschool activities and is a role model to her other classmates. She participates actively in class and always shows an interest in the topics being covered. It is a joy to have Maliha in my class this year!” — Mrs. Breech, teacher

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