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Teacher appreciates student’s kindness

October 28, 2013
By ANDREW POTTER - Staff Writer (apotter@timesrepublican.com) , Times-Republican

Ian Meyer, a second grader at Marshalltown Christian School, said one day he would like to be a zookeeper because he likes animals.

The way he treats his fellow students, it's obvious he also likes people too.

"He's a very good student and he's very nice and kind," said Joyce Dielschneider, his teacher at MCS. "He's a good helper and a good role model.

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Ian Meyer leans up against a railing at Marshalltown Christian School. He is a second grader this year.

Having someone like Meyer in class, creates a nice culture of learning, she said.

"He makes my job easy," Dielschneider said.

She said Meyer is a good all around student, but he really stands out in science and math.

 
 

 

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