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November 28, 2012 - Jack DuCharme, a fifth-grader at St. Catherine Laboure School, recently had the chance to beautify the entryway to Dressel School with his creative original design. Jack participates in the Lindbergh Eager Achievers Program, or LEAP, for gifted students. His mural design originally was part of a contest last spring to design a T-shirt for the LEAP program. Michelle Ryder Schoeck, coordinator of Lindbergh Schools' gifted programs, said teachers decided Jack's design would work well as a mural because it represents all the themes of LEAP. LEAP parent Shelley Dairaghi enlarged Jack's drawing to cover the surface and then painted the mural. The mural was made possible by the LEAP Parent Group.
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