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February 2022: Hunter Olson

Feb 28, 2022

Hunter Olson

February 2022

“Hunter has made tremendous growth over the past month and has become an important part of the TLC Middle School class community!” exclaims teacher Taylor Swaty. “He is doing great on his schoolwork and engages well with his peers. Hunter loves sharing facts about his favorite anime and incorporating anime into art projects whenever he can. He is also ready and willing to share tips on shooting the basketball well and is quickly becoming a pro-typist in our TLC Typing Club! He is growing every day, and I am so proud of him!”

Excellent Job Hunter!

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