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St. Peter Lutheran School names Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 12:00 am

Lili LeBaron is an 8th grade student at St. Peter Lutheran School. Besides being very strong in academics, she is also very involved in sports, music, drama, and is the president of this year's student council. She is a role model to others and shows a maturity beyond her years. Lili demonstrates in her life the importance of spreading God's Word and encourages others to let God be present in their lives.

According to his teachers at St. Peter Lutheran School, Chris Shoup actively engages in sports, music, student council, and 4-H. Chris is a polite, diligent, organized, hard working, and conscientious student who shares his Christian conviction by genuinely caring about those around him.

A fifth grade student at St. Peter Lutheran School, Hannah Eby, is a model of good student behavior as she NEVER has been in trouble all year, not even for talking! She is a straight "A" student who is eager to assist classmates who need help in class. She responds to God's love by being actively engaged in service to others as she participates in her family's "food for the homeless" program.

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