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Lodi Middle School names classroom heroes

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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00 am

Eduardo Chaidez

Eduardo is an incredibly hard working student at Lodi Middle School. Designated as an English Language learner, Eduardo has worked closely with teachers to earn a 4.0 grade point average, earning the grade of A+ in his Social Science and Leadership classes. Eduardo has also excelled athletically, finishing first in Lodi Middle School's annual Turkey Trot race.

Andrew Shaw

Andrew is dedicated to his family. You can often find Andrew caring for and assisting his family in whatever way he can. He is also a very caring and helpful student at school. You can often find him helping his teachers or students in his class. In addition to Andrew's caring nature, he is excelling academically, maintaining a grade point average of 3.86.

Alyssa Fuentes

Alyssa is excited about education and totally involved every day. She is willing to work with and help anybody with whom she is partnered throughout all of her classes, each and every day. She is bright, energetic and always polite. Alyssa is always easy to recognize, as she always has a smile on her face in all of her classes. Alyssa is also demonstrating a great deal of success in school. She is currently maintaining a grade point average of 4.0, with grades of A+ in six of her seven classes.

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Stephanie Hiatt

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