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A Coronado high school teacher is honoring his senior class

Brent Urban wants the 20-20 class to be remembered, "I wanted to do something to kind of create a memory for me and for the them. And though we can't be together I see your faces every single day out in my yard when I'm working on my garden," says Coronado high school Spanish teacher, Brent Urban. He didn't want the school year for his nineteen special students in his Spanish class to come and go like the wind, so he printed up this sign, that he displays proudly in front of his home, "As I look at the pictures on the faces of that sign I can think of each of their stories and the journey's that a lot of them go through. It's something very little but I just wanted to show them and let them know that I'm thinking about them and I love them and even though the year is ending differently there still in my heart," says Urban. Mr. Urban has seen his students grow like the rhubarb that sits next to the picture that honors those in his Spanish class, "I will always miss you, always remember you. I wish you the best in everything you do. Thank you and congratulations."

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