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December 24, 2012

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What beautiful and unexpected words. Thank you for honoring a teacher. We all need that, although we never take it for granted. Bless you.

Oh Mr. Pressman!! Thank you for that. With much love this holiday season and in 2013!

Oh and to be clear! Not all the antics described above (except the beautiful "Still, Still, Still") were entirely Madrigalian. (Is that a word?) Farther to the east, the kids and comrades of several school districts and private schools in the San Gabriel Valley have started the Factor waterworks and childhood flashbacks as well. And there was one amazing amazing 6th grade performance of Lauridson I'll never ever forget! But no one, Joel P., is quite like you!

Mr. Pressman! You sound like every student and parent's dream of a teacher. Thank you.

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