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- 3 Juniors
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Birthday: Dec. 10
Likes: math, biology, physics, medicine, comp.sci, debating controversial issues, piano, Reach for the Top
Dislikes: art, English, bad teachers, being one-upped by others
I enjoy reading and playing piano. My goal by the time I finish high school is getting silver at the IBO (International Biology Olympiad)
Likes: Sports, gaming, watching movies.
Dislikes: Work (but I am hoping I can earn 1000 points this year)
I am an outgoing person and will make friends with anyone.
Birthday: June 18
Likes: asian dramas/music! and snoopy xD
Dis-Likes: hmm. many things. =P
"It's better to keep your mouth closed and give the impression of stupidity than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."
Birthday: Some day in August
Likes: Chicken Wings
Likes: Baseball and music
Dislikes: Stéphane Dion
Likes: Computer Games
Dislikes: Weird educational games
About: I hate broccoli.
Birthday: May 10
In memory of...
David Wright is now retired, after having spent many years working hard with PEG. He ran the PEG Store, the primary source of income for PEG for many years; he stayed after school to supervise; he marked tests; he handled funds and other administrative details. We couldn't have done it without you, Mr. Wright.
Birthday: Valentine's Day
Likes: brilliant and hardworking, but humble students; art (particularly music and paintings); nature, beautiful gardens; good books, good food, good company
Dislikes: people full of themselves; dishonest people; self-serving politicians
I consider myself a renaissance woman
Maria Plachta passed away on April 29th, 2009, after a lengthy battle with cancer, but her spirit lives on in those fortunate enough to have known her. She was proof that there is almost no limit on what a dedicated teacher can do for her students. Si monumentum requiris, circumspice.