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Student of the Week: Nico Kuyper

Ryan Salm/Sierra SunNico Kuyper

Sixth grade

Alder Creek Middle School

Its fun to show spirit in middle school because youre not in elementary school anymore and you can do your own thing and show your enthusiasm about it.

Dances are No. 1. They are a big thing I look forward to. Middle school is a little bit more serious too. You pick one of your electives, plus you can get detention.

Dances by far. Theyre a lot of fun because you get to see all of your buddies, and its like having a big party with 800 people.

Im going with my fifth-grade teacher Mrs. Daily. She really liked to joke around, and she was kind of one of us.

Ryan Salm/Sierra SunNico Kuyper The end of the year I think we get to go to the beach and have a party. The Suns Christine Stanley conducted this weeks Teacher of the Week and Student of the Week interviews. Please check out next Mondays issue for more.

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