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Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Student of the Month
Kacy was awarded the Student of the Month for her class today. Her teacher said some very nice things about Kacy, like she is a great student because she always pays attention, cares about her work, and cares about her classmates. She said she wished all her students could be more like Kacy. I feel sorry for Will. Will is going to do great in school, I know it. But, he's no Kacy. And, we have a very small school. And, there is that whole "Oh, you're Kacy's brother?" My younger siblings got that, and they didn't like it. Because no matter what, you just are never sure what the teacher is thinking, and most kids assume that they'll never measure up- think of Marcia and Jan Brady. I was very impressed with Will's behavior at the assembly, he was perfect. Unlike Ed. Anyway, Kacy's other two awards were both for perfect attendance for October and the quarter. The boy next to her got an award for most improved. His teacher said that at the beginning of the year he thought that being a good friend meant that he could touch a lot of the kids all the time. I was cracking up, because it's true. He's a very nice kid, but he couldn't keep his hands to himself. He'd tap his pencil on people and their papers and just bug the kids. He would tap them on the shoulder all the time. But he has gotten a lot better. Good job, Miss Kacy!
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Hooray for Kacy. She our woman, if she can't do it no one can. Defintly star material. You go girl.ReplyDelete
Just think of this, the teachers will finish off with Jessie, and that's what they will remember. They will remember my family by Trever... not so good. Great Job Kacy!ReplyDelete
Good Job Kacy Gramdma is so proud of youReplyDelete
Yeah, I'm kinda in the same boat as Dany. We have Taegan's lasting impression to leave on all the teachers. I guess its better she be last then first because then all their teachers would assume the rest are going to be the same way.ReplyDelete
Kacy did good she got the most awards in her class.Good job.ReplyDelete