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Lodi Middle School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 12:00 am

Nicole Segovia

Nicole is a leader on campus in everyway. She always has a positive attitude and a smile on her face. Nicole goes out of her way to volunteer where ever help is needed. She has a positive energy that she shares with the students while working in the cafeteria, leading lunchtime activities, or helping to support 7th graders on campus. She has been involved in the WEB program as well as CJSF. She is responsible, energetic, and a leader on campus.

Lodi Middle School Classroom Heroes
Ariana Esparza Cyndi Carter/News-Sentinel

Ariana Esparza

Ariana is an absolute joy on campus. She is involved in many school clubs and activities including the WEB program, Bridge, Travelers Club, and CJSF. She is kind hearted and goes out of her way to help others. Ariana has shown her athletic abilities by placing in the top five of all 8th grade girls in our annual Turkey Trot. She shows initiative and hard work. She started her own baking business in order to fund her Washington D.C. trip entirely on her own. She is responsible, kind, and an admirable person on campus.

Lodi Middle School Classroom Heroes
Ashton Mowrey Cyndi Carter/News-Sentinel

Ashton Mowrey

Ashron is a young man who always gives of himself. He is one of our WEB leaders and helps in the cafeteria every day. He is kind and polite to all students and staff goes out of his way to make sure that Lodi Middle School is a place that is clean and welcoming to everyone who comes on to our campus. Ashton’s greatest attribute is his polite demeanor. He is always respectful in all interactions with students and staff.

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