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Norwood-Norfolk Elementary chooses students of month

Norwood-Norfolk Elementary School has recognized second, third and fourth grade students of the month for February. They are, row 1, J. Richards, C. Murphy, A. Vallance, L. Johnson, C. Sipos, J. Orologio, N. Arcadi and C. Farrell; row 2,  P. Lucas, L. Brooks, P. Rockhill, J. Derouchie, R. Liebfred and M. Crites; row 3, S. Orologio, L. Rowley, A. Beaubien, C. Fuller, K. Addison, F. Rousset, T. Sprague, A. Conte and C. Fisher.

 

 

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