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Friday, August 6, 7:30 p.m.
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His students are indeed extraordinary, but as he says, children aren’t born that way; rather, they become extraordinary as a result of parents and teachers who instill values that guide them not just in school, but for the rest of their lives. The amazing academic and extracurricular feats of the students of Room 56 do not happen by accident or luck—they are the product of hard work on the part of both the kids and those who guide them. This means that with the right guidance any child can strive for and reach such heights.
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