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Elementary students honor Holocaust victims
By Bridget Brown
The Facts

Published April 13, 2006
SWEENY — Christine Miller picks up a butterfly from a stack on her desk. She looks at one side of the cardboard artwork. In the curly cue, brightly colored handwriting of one of her fifth-grade reading students, it reads “To be a Marine Biologistâ€? on one wing, and “To be a fashion designerâ€? on the other.

“When I see that, I see a responsibility as a teacher to prepare them to reach their goals,â€? the Sweeny Elementary School teacher said.