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Danny, Class of 2020: Life should be savored!

July 29, 2020 | Abby Liu

We’re so proud of students in the MSS Class of 2020. They had a very different final year at MSS than previous classes, thanks to COVID-19.  We’re inspired by their perseverance and flexibility. We’re sharing a few of their stories so you can get to know them.

Danny will be attending Loyola High School in New York City. He’s looking forward to making new friends and studying new languages like French. He’s excited to spend time exploring the city.

Danny learned to be a confident presenter and leader at Mustard Seed. Reading and writing were areas of struggle that he learned to conquer. He’s especially grateful to his literature teacher, Mr. Harris. He inspired Danny to become a better writer and reader by connecting to his students and sharing personal stories.

Danny believes that life should be savored. One of his strengths is his ability to smile and maintain a sense of humor in challenging times. Danny wants to make a difference in the world by spreading joy and laughter throughout his community. 

Hobbies that Danny enjoys include playing guitar and producing music. Doing calisthenics. And studying Japanese language and culture as well as indulging in Japanese cuisine. 

Throughout his time at MSS, Danny’s been a member of many music ensembles. He’ll miss all of the musical experiences at Mustard Seed School. He looks forward to finding new ways to share his talents in the future. 

Danny appreciates all of the love and support of the Mustard Seed Community.

 

Abby Liu

Director of Marketing and Communications

Ms. Liu loves to tell the Mustard Seed story. She’s the parent of two Mustard Seed School alumni. She's seen the impact of a Mustard Seed education from the early preschool days all the way up to eighth grade and beyond.

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