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  • Wow! Congratulations on a job well done! Keep up the good work!
  • Woo Hoo!! Congratulations. You did a wonderful job! :)
  • Wow!!! Now, that's something to crow about!!!! I bet you've made your mom soooo proud and benefited yourself, too. You've done a great job. Wish I could make you a cake or something :-)
  • good job. All-time top reader EVER? how old is the school?
  • Congratulations, you must be almost as proud as your mom, nice job :-)
  • Well Done! Special congratulations on your reading accomplishment. Enjoy your summer break.
  • Congrats Phillis. You've got a great kid there.
  • Excellent! Very well done indeed!! ;-)
  • WOW!!! thats a BIG achievment, you should be so proud of yourself! keep it up and you'll go really far, your one smart cookie!
  • Well done!!! You clever girl!
  • That's wonderful. It shows that she is a hard worker, a smart girl, conscientious, and gives everything her very best efforts. I was that kind of student too, and am very glad I can look back and say I gave it my all and was successful in school. I always loved awards assemblies!! ;-)
  • wow, you must really care. nice going, keep it up. i wouldn't do it, to much of a pain in the behind.
  • Dear Phyllis' Kid ~ hey, i heard you got some pretty neat awards and your mom is really, really proud of you. Good job, way to go! and now is a good time to talk to mommy about a raise in your allowance... Awesome Job!
  • Sounds like you went above and beyond what was expected of you and it paid off! Congratulations on a job well done. Thank you Phillis for sharing this with us. You must be standing just a little taller today:)
  • Congratulations! That is a big achievement - I'm very proud to hear of someone else that loves to read as much as I do! :)
  • Congratulations! Keep up with a great job, and very bright successful future is guaranteed! :-) Mom? good job too! ))))
  • You did AMAZING!!! You know, your Mom has told us how proud she is of you!!! Keep up the great work!!! Maybe you will be the first woman president of the United States!!!
  • That is awesome! But a warning- don't sit back and relax. Keep working hard. Especially keep reading. And never let anyone put you down for being a good student!
  • I am impressed. Good job! . Also, being born Phyllis's child shows considerable good taste on your part.
  • I am truely impressed 9 Honors is a lot! You must have worked very hard in your studies. Congradulations on your achievement.
  • my word you have been working hard well done sweetheart keep up the good work (((big hug)))
  • What exciting news!! You should be very proud of yourself for being awarded the top honors at your school. I'm sure you worked really hard to earn them. Excellent job! School is almost out for the summer. I hope you have a great vacation! Give your Mom a great big hug ... we know she is your biggest fan!!!
  • Wow, I am impressed! Keep up the good work. That is really great, I am so happy for you. A+!! :c )
  • Phillis what an honor that was, she should be so proud! Tell her to keep up the good work and her love of reading!
  • Tell her I said great job! I'm actually impressed by that. And tell her to keep going and never stop. And tell her I'll give her $5 someday...maybe.
  • Congratulations! Thats brilliant! So good to know theres kids who do stick in and do do well! Way to go! keep on going!
  • WELL DONE!!!!!!! That's some great achievement - You should be proud! xxx
  • Congratulations!!!! Academic success is much more difficult today & everyone is very proud of your achievements! As smart as your mother is, I bet you will be even more intelligent & I KNOW she is so proud of you! Congratulations & keep on learning!
  • Well I am so proud of you!!! That is such a GRAND accomplishment!!! Keep up the hard work!!! And give that mom of yours the BIGGEST HUG you can muster up!!! CoNGrAtUlAtIOnS To YoU!!!!
  • thats is just outstanding!!! well done and congrats on your acheivements!!! ;D
  • Great Job, mama is real proud of you. Keep up the good work.
  • Way to go little lady! . You have made your mother oh so proud of you!
  • You GO Girl! and keep up the good work! Your mom is so proud of you!
  • HOORAY!!! (happy dance, doing the happy dance . . .) The librarian rejoices! You have given great happiness to this book lover! I am sure you'll go far! And congratulations to you too Phillis, it isn't easy to raise a reader nowdays.
  • It is incredible that a 9 year old could excel in so many areas. You have the world ahead of you and will do well in anything you choose to put your mind to. What a wonderful achievement. Everyone is so proud of you and your parents must be beaming from ear to ear. Excellent work.
  • Now Miss Phillis, we need to chat. This is not for your daughter this is for you. Do you remember saying how down in the dumps you got because of all the sacrifices you had to make. I tried to tell you it would be worth it someday. Today is that someday. Actually it is only the start of many "somedays" to come for you. Give yourself a pat on the back because you certainly deserve it. Smart children do not come from stupid parents. I could add a few more dumb sayings but I won't bother. I think you get the message and I don't ever want to hear you beat yourself up or put yourself down for doing without again. You have just demonstrated what an incredible contribution you have given to the human race. Not many can say that however many go to the hairdresser and buy expensive shoes. You know what I mean?
  • Awesome!!!! congrats to you and here we go
  • Fantastic!! What a wonderful job!! I hope you're really proud of yourself and continue with that terrific work!! Bet having such a great mom helps;)
  • Thats a fantastic achievement & you should be really, really proud of yourself... well done :)
  • Oh my gosh Phillis that is sooooooooooooo good! I hope a trip to Brusters for ice cream is in order for the memorial day weekend ;D
  • That is such a wonderful accomplishment! You should be so proud. Keep up that kind of work and some day we'll have a woman president! Woo Hoo! And for Mom (Phillis) You should give yourself a pat on the back too. Although she did all the work, she learned her habits from her wonderful Mom.
  • WOW ~ Now that is truly awesome and i thank you for sharing this wonderful news with us all. I send good wishes and Congratulations to your daughter :)
  • Hey, Phillis. This is one I really want to answer, but you didn’t mention your daughter’s name in the question. Could you fill it in before you read it to her? Hey, ______! Congratulations on a really successful year. Your Mom tells me that you won 9 honors that were presented at your awards ceremony. It’s terrific when other people recognize the successes we achieve, but oddly, it’s the successes that we recognize ourselves that count the most. Because they’re the ones that end up convincing other people to change how they’re living, what they’re doing, and how they’re treating other people. The thing is – people can fake their way through one or two achievements in school. But 9? That tells me you’re obviously serious about getting things done, and that what you do comes from the heart. Not surprising at all given how terrifically helpful your Mom has been to me. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, as they say. Congratulations, and best wishes, and when you start applying to colleges, I’d ask you to consider applying to Harvard (where I went to school). It’s very competitive, but as my Aunt Carol told me when I applied – if you don’t shoot for the Moon, you’ll never even hit the barn door. All the best. Congratulations, again. And good luck. Chris
  • Congratulations. Very special congratulations, you have beaten the great ChaosGod. The most I ever received was 7. I was the top reader though, however that could have been attributed to the fact no one else cared about books.
  • Thank-you,everybody!I'm gonna brag this 1 time.I got the highest score for reading,english/L.A.,and science 4 the ENTIRE YEAR.I got citizenship,A/B honor roll...Oh,i got 2 go to a bowling party,too.I'm not good at most sports!P.S. My name is Allison.Thanks for leaving that for me,MOM!Hahahaha!:-)For real,though.Thanks,mommy.(yay!smiles!)
  • I wish if only she should add top writer ever to it in the history of her school!
  • WOW!!!! That is amazing!!! Well done!!!!!! I am sure you will carry on the good work when you are back at school in September! That really is fantastic! (and I am a teacher, so I know how good that is!)
  • Congratulations! That's really something to be proud of!
  • I am an elementary teacher. Reading is probably the most important skill you can learn and develop in school. Good reading skills open doors to the future. If you can read well, the best educational opportunities and careers are waiting for you. But, reading is not just about getting an education and a good job. Reading is one of the most satisfying past-times that I know. Reading a good story can transport you to a different time and place where you will meet new people, creatures, adventures, etc. Congratulations on a job well-done. Keep reading, girl!
  • COGRATULATIONS and WELL DONE...just goes to show what damn hard work can achieve..(((HUGS)) from moonchild :)
  • haaay, girl!! congrats!! all of us on ab are so proud of you!!!! go you!!!
  • CONGRATS!! I knew you were a good teacher sis and please tell your daughter that she put in great effort to get to this point. Stick with your mom and you'll be able to accomplish anything with her guidance.
  • congrads for your daughter. school is freaking hard! i never went to high school but my abuela did teach me all that stuff they taught, i did however go to grade school and it was a drag. i got F's and got beat by nuns, so you should be proud of her.
  • Much love to your Brilliant Child!!!! +5
  • I see anony put her two bits of nasty in. but why did they erase mine? I was all set to light into her.
  • You did a wondrful job. We need more kids like you who are willing to go to school and accomplish the world. Keep up the excellent work and be proud of yourself and family for supporting you.

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