Teachers say thanks

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First-grade teachers at Ruder Elementary School would like to thank Scott and Tiffany Wehrmann, parents of a first grader, and Applied Materials for their generous contributions towards flexible seating in our classrooms. Flexible seating will benefit our studentsí learning and this is much appreciated.

Deanna Torres

First Grade Teacher

Ruder Elementary

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