Meet Brooklyn Rimmer

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So yesterday, Brooklyn Rimmer, a fifth grade student, walked in to our program wearing a gold medal around her neck. I walked over by her and asked what the medal was for and she had no problem sharing her accomplishment…

State testing and state test results are used for many things. While I would like to report that most of those things are positive, that would be a lie. As a matter of fact, our state, as well as a few others, use these results in determining the prison pipeline and negative outcomes.

Brooklyn was awarded this medal for not only being one of the top students in her grade but for outperforming the standards that the state has set. She didn’t just outperform either, she “killed it.” We are so proud of her and we felt that you would be too!

9 thoughts on “Meet Brooklyn Rimmer”

  1. Wow! Keep up the great work ?! Put the medal somewhere you can see it at home and continue to inspire yourself to work hard each time you see it.

  2. Way to go Brooklyn!! You can do anything you can put your mind to, as God allows you strength and wisdom. I cannot wait to see where your journey takes you!
    Congratulations on you success

  3. Brooklyn
    We are all very proud of you. I know you are proud of yourself! 🙂 That is a very good thing. Take this picture and whenever you are feeling down use it to remind you that hard work and perseverance PAY OFF just like this effort did. You are very special. Always remember God Loves YOU!
    Jeff

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