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Rogers Elementary Names November’s SOAR Students

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Rogers Elementary’s SOAR students for November are, left to right, first row, Nadia Splojaric, Brantley Thomas, Kylie Kujawski, Colin Horrell, Ella Blair, Allyssa Schultheis, Ellie Stumpf and Vivienne Mayer; and second row, Principal Brian Smith, Addison Riebeling, Addison Pearman, Lydia Huffman, Ava Brumit, Breanna Burkhardt, Ben Sikorski, Madison Done and Waterloo Police Officer Shaun Wiegand. Not pictured are Aubrey Fischer and Ava Hunt.
Rogers Elementary’s SOAR students for November are, left to right, first row, Nadia Splojaric, Brantley Thomas, Kylie Kujawski, Colin Horrell, Ella Blair, Allyssa Schultheis, Ellie Stumpf and Vivienne Mayer; and second row, Principal Brian Smith, Addison Riebeling, Addison Pearman, Lydia Huffman, Ava Brumit, Breanna Burkhardt, Ben Sikorski, Madison Done and Waterloo Police Officer Shaun Wiegand. Not pictured are Aubrey Fischer and Ava Hunt.

Rogers Elementary students recognized for “Standing Out At Rogers” in November are Nadia Splojaric, Brantley Thomas, Kylie Kujawski, Colin Horrell, Ella Blair, Allyssa Schultheis, Ellie Stumpf, Vivienne Mayer, Addison Riebeling, Addison Pearman, Lydia Huffman, Ava Brumit, Breanna Burkhardt, Ben Sikorski, Madison Done, Aubrey Fischer and Ava Hunt. November’s character trait was ‘peace.’

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