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Posted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 12:00 pm

Brody Lehnertz

Brody is a sweet, kind, hardworking third-grader. He is an active participant in class and takes great pride in his work. He loves for Jesus shines through his words and actions. He is friendly with everyone and always willing to help a friend in need. He cares about taking care of the Earth God has entrusted to us and can sometimes be seen picking up trash on the playground. Brody is a great addition to our classroom! — Heather Groggel, third-grade teacher

Emily Eby

Emily has a very caring nature about her. She is able to work confidently and honestly with any of her fellow classmates. She is great at explaining concepts and ideas and has fantastic leadership qualities. Emily hopes to be a missionary and/or teacher. She would excel at either one of these goals. Emily is a joy to have in my classroom. — Julie Mara, fourth-grade teacher

Nathan Shoup

Nathan is a sixth-grade student who strives for excellence in every area of his life. Not just academics, which are top notch. I have also observed the tender way Nathan interacts with his Kindergarten buddy. Recently, Nathan and some classmates presented a story to our 4 year old preschoolers; his smile was confident; he knew his material, and he engaged the young students with questions at their level. Nathan led a student-parent-teacher conference this past quarter, and with 5 adults present, took the initiative to pray for the meeting. Nathan is usually the first student to give the teacher his full attention, and is almost always the first student in the class to volunteer for clean-up duty. He is every teacher’s dream student, and many people’s idea of a great friend. — Kat Moran, sixth-grade teacher

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