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February 2023: Lilly Newquist

Feb 28, 2023

Lilly Newquist

February 2023

“Lilly is a shining star! She has shown motivation and focus that will take her far in life. She is fun, playful, and has a helpful, giving heart.” said Lilly’s teacher, Taylor Swaty. “Lilly often supports the younger students in class when they need encouragement or are struggling with an assignment, and this “big sister” role brings out the best in her. She is artistic, creative, and a loyal, caring friend. I am proud of her growth these past few months and enjoy being her teacher!”

Congratulations, Lilly!

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