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Vinewood Elementary School classroom heroes

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Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012 12:00 am

John Hinchman

John is kind and caring to others.  He does his best on everything he tries.  He loves his family and has a kind word or heart for all of those around him.  He is helpful to anyone who needs it.  His first grade teacher can't think of a more deserving child.

Ally Quesada

Ally is always willing to take time out of her day to help others. She'll sit with those that are sad, and laugh with those that are happy.   She is loyal to a fault and feels that all people should be treated fairly.  She knows that “true beauty” comes from within and she tries to be fair and friendly with everyone.  Ally wanted to be Vice-President so that she could make school fun and exciting for everyone here at Vinewood.  She has an inner light that attracts people to her. Ally works hard to be a great Vice Principal and helps the school however she can.

Calista Morita

Calista is a great leader and is the President of Student Council. She will do whatever it takes to make the school fun and lively. Calista helps the students, teachers, staff and principal. She does the flag salute daily, problem solves, and plans fun activities for the school like Twin Day, Hat Day, College T-shirt Day, Crazy Hair Day, etc. With her leadership, Vinewood School is fun place to  go.

Gabrielle Stephens

Gabrielle is a hero because she works well with others and likes to please. She is studious and is a great role model. Gabby listens to directions, follows up on things, and is respectful. She is a kind person and does what is best for the school. Gabby and the student council team wants to make Vinewood School a fun place to be and makes sure that everybody is having fun.

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