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Woodbridge Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 12:00 am

Joseph Guerrera

Joseph is a sixth-grade student at Woodbridge Elementary School who sets positive examples by demonstrating and offering appropriate solutions. He truly cares about his peers and promotes friendship and caring Life Skills. Joseph is a remarkable young man who is respectful, responsible, and willing to help others. He always has a positive attitude and is willing to take on challenges. — Mrs. Nishizaki

Megan Hulme

If you look at the life or character traits hanging in our classroom Megan possesses many of those qualities such as integrity, caring, friendship, persistence, common sense, and is always doing the right thing at the right time. She is a model student who represents Woodbridge Elementary to the highest standard. — Mr. Meyer

Stephanie Van Ness

While I have many, many students whom I feel deserve such recognition, I firmly believe that Stephanie deserves to be the Student Classroom Hero. She exhibits all — above and beyond — the qualities and skills epitomizing high achieving, studious, conscientious, caring and persistent students. She is quite the role model and sets the bar very high for others to extend themselves to meet. — Mr. Phillips

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