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Thanks to Mr. Kaiser

Dear Editor,
It was with great sadness that I read of the passing of Mr. Kenneth Kaiser, or Mr. Kaiser to the students he taught at Shady Grove school. He was our Principal, “Big Room” teacher, disciplinarian and our counselor as we grew and learned under his watchful eye. He didn’t have a planning session everyday, nor did he have much time himself. He was in charge of the lunch room, recess and the games we played.
He taught us more than just school work. He told us about the world we lived in. We had real life science ...

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