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Reese Elementary School Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 12:00 am

Jennifer Bravo

“Jennifer has been a Reese Roadrunner since Kindergarten. She is a good student and a good friend to everyone. She is our classroom president and our room rep to Student Council. She tries to be a good role model and example to her younger sister and to everyone else. She does her best on everything she does.”

Bobbie Yabumoto

“Bobby always follows school rules, including wearing his uniform, doing all of his homework, and behaving his best. As a rep to Student Council, he presents information to the class. He is always prepared with information and provides answers to questions. He is representing Reese for several team events in the SJ County Science Olympiad. He is kind and helpful to others.”

Alex Oseguera

“Alex is the ideal student. He is polite, engaged in many activities such as Student Council, and excels in all academic areas. He has great integrity, among the many Life Skills he possesses. My favorite thing about Alex is that he brings a positive, can-do spirit to the classroom each and every day.”

The student classroom heroes feature is sponsored by the Stockton Thunder, Lodi News-Sentinel and Learning Link.

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