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Eighth Grade Spotlight

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This week’s shining star is:

aurelia

Aurelia Harp!

  1. When did you start at Westfield Friends School? Pre-Kindergarten
  2. What is your favorite memory at Westfield Friends School?  My favorite memory at Westfield Friends was putting up paper chains and decorations this Christmas.
     
  3. What advice would you give to the younger students at Westfield Friends School?  The advice I would give to younger students would be to work hard, be yourself, and have FUN!!
     
  4. Where will you be attending high school next year?  Camden Catholic High School
  5. Words from his teacher: "Aurelia can be somewhat reserved at times, but her actions speak so much louder than words! She is a kind-hearted person who enthusiastically gives of her free time to contribute to people in need, including making meals for Cathedral Kitchen, and she has given a great deal of support to our WFS service projects. Additionally, her ACTions take on new meaning as she loves to perform on stage! She has been in multiple performances over the years, sharing her acting talents and her beautiful singing voice; who will ever forget her fabulous portrayal of Nora in the eighth-grade production of Skipping Christmas? Aurelia has been a wonderful asset to Westfield, and we wish her all the best as she moves on to high school next year!"  Mrs. Parry

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This week’s shining star is:

Grace Ward-Gallagher!

  1. When did you start at Westfield Friends School? Kindergarten
  2. What is your favorite memory at Westfield Friends School? The Williamsburg trip.
  3. What advice would you give to the younger students at Westfield Friends School?  Always do your best.
     
  4. Where will you be attending high school next year?  Moorestown Friends School
  5. Words from his teacher: "Grace has been a part of our community since she was first introduced to Westfield as a tiny baby by her grandmother, Terri Gallagher. She has grown into an outgoing and confident young lady who feels comfortable voicing her thoughts, and the maturity of her thinking is often quite astounding. Grace demonstrates a great deal of social consciousness; she is tolerant of others and is always a champion for the underdog. I'm looking forward to seeing her do great things in the world!"  Mrs. Parry