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By Writing career is harvested from seeds planted in fifth grade from November 2014 Issue

Great teachers inspire

Credit: Melissa Warp

When autumn whispers her last, sweet goodbyes, and November comes rustling over a leafy carpet of crimson and gold, I am often drawn back in thought to Mrs. Elsie…
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