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Sophomore shows kindness to others


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Sophomore Chris Gemes helps others and shows kindness through his actions.

  Senior student council president Hannah Chapman said faculty members recognized how Gemes is often giving a good example on how a student should act in class.

  “Teachers love his respect and students love his kind heart,” Chapman said.

 Gemes was one of the students chosen as a student council student of the week.

  “His kindness is the most obvious quality,” sophomore Cassidy Ferolito said.

   A result of his kindness gives him a place to be a leader.

  “Chris is an example of how others should treat each other,”  algebra teacher Jowell Roellig said.

  Gemes came to Warsaw in fifth grade from Lincoln. He lives with his parents, Levi and Dusty, and his six siblings. His hobby is to ride dirt bikes in his free time, and hopes to be the best dirt biker one day. Gemes wants to attend State Fair Community College.

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Sophomore shows kindness to others