Vejar student honored by Walnut Valley Unified

Vejar Elementary student Kanon Klassen was recognized
by the Walnut Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees with a Certificate
of Special Recognition for Excellence.


Steve Carr introduced the fifth grade honoree and acknowledged his parents and
Vejar teachers at the meeting for their support.
also thanked Superintendent Dr. Dean Conklin for the opportunity to celebrate
our outstanding students.


said he had talked to Kanon’s teachers and they had complimentary things to say
about him.  He was described as a
diligent, hard-working student with a sense of humor and outstanding work


has a great attitude and he shines brightly in the classroom,” said fifth grade
teacher Glenda Baker.


Nadine Adnoff said Kanon is truly the most dedicated student she has ever


dedication is shown through his amazing academic growth, amazing work ethic,
and desire to do well touches teachers’ hearts,” she said.


the seven essential virtues of Moral Intelligence – empathy,conscience,
self-control, respect, tolerance, kindness, and open mindedness. He
is a student to be admired!” she said.


grade teacher Mrs. Karen Montgomery said Kanon is a diligent hard-working
student with a great sense of humor.


Sandra Harutunian, Canon’s second and fourth grade teacher, described him as well
behaved, organized, responsible, and puts forth his best effort. He is alsolearning Japanese on the weekends!