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Larson Elementary School names Classroom Heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:00 am

Michael Lara, is a 5th grade student in Larson Elementary. His teachers, Mrs. Menon, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Schlader all agree that Michael puts forth his best effort and attitude in the classroom.

He is very meticulous about his work and strives for perfection. He is brave to go through the rigorous learning process, and reach high expectations set forth by the teachers at Larson Elementary. Michael is kind towards his classmates and is highly respected by them for his good character. He is an exemplar for resilience and hard work.

Despite the setbacks and challenges in his life, Michael always surpassed them with his great attitude and hard work. He is not only a hero in his classroom, but he is also a hero to all the teachers and staff at Larson Elementary. We admire Michael Lara for his sincerity, commitment, and courage. — Brandon Krueger, principal

I am nominating Katie Love for classroom Hero. Katie has a very kind heart and cares for her fellow classmates, and those in the community. She is a hard worker and participates in class activities.

She is also an active member of student council. Katie was active in collecting cans for the can drive. She worked her shifts and volunteered for other shifts, she took charge of the can drive in our classroom. She is an honest hard working student and a great example to the other kids in the class. — Nadia Bartlam, teacher

The classroom hero I have selected for the year is Jacob Wilson. Jacob is one of the most polite, nicest and thoughtful students that I have ever taught.

He makes everyone around him feel good about themselves and treats everyone (students and teachers) with respect. It is a pleasure to teach him everyday! — Cheryl Breech, teacher

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