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|By: Patrick Tolman | Date: Jul 31, 2012 |
|I am a teacher at East Shore High School and had the privilege of interacting with and helping Joshua finish his social studies so that he could graduate. Joshua was always concerned about understanding a concept or an answer as opposed to just knowing what the answer was. He really had a desire to understand what he was learning and this is a remarkable trait. He was never shy to ask a question or to ask for clarifications. He was also very good at helping me to correct items in the coursework that were wrong or misspelled. Joshua was also very kind and would always ask how I was doing and was always very thoughtful in listening to my answer. Joshua will be a student that I will never forget as he made my classroom a better place! Thank you for this website so that I could learn more about Joshua and know more of what an incredible person he is.
|By: Randall Davis | Date: Jul 25, 2012 |
|One of the special memories I have of Josh is when he was about 10 years old. His grandfather had a row of apple trees that were laden with fruit, and Josh asked if he could have some for a project. I was assuming that he wanted to sell them to make money, but instead, we loaded them up into a big cart, and he took them around the neighborhood to give away. Some people offered to pay for them, but he was insistent that they were for free. It was just one example of how he could have profited from them, but instead chose to be nice and make someone's day.
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