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Beyond the Classroom: Week Ending 06/15/16

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Monique Frauenheim

Monique had the main part in a Christmas play, performing in front of a few thousand people and live streamed. I hope you'll take a moment to watch her singing now | View Performance

Submitted by Rochelle Frauenheim


Jason Ji

We are very happy to share Jason's great achievement this weekend during Tour De Cure Chicago 2016, where he got to ride his bike for 10 miles, to help raise awareness of the charity, and to unite the effort to cure diabetes. Two months ago when Jason turned three, he raised over $500 for ADA (American Diabetes Association) during his birthday party in lieu of birthday gifts. The picture is the big moment when he crossed the finish line after three hours' great effort on his bike.

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