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Loving embrace

December 7, 2011

Post & Mail photo / Robin R. Plasterer

Zane Moyer, second grader at South Whitley Elementary School, took one look at his great-grandmother, Leola Williamson, and ran to her arms during the first ever First Class Bulldogs assembly.
At South Whitley Elementary School, teachers, staff and administrators use a positive approach to teach students. SWES’ nickname is “the Bull Dogs,”
according to Principal Bruce Hansen. "We practice positive school involvement here. We take notice of the good things students do every day,” said Hansen.
Each day students are given the opportunity to receive “Bull Dog Bones.”
The bones are then placed in a container and the student having the most bones in a trimester is named a First Class Bull Dog.

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