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Kids: President should help animals, orphans

HARVEYS LAKE – The next president should be trustworthy, nice to the people of America, save the animals, and help orphans. At least, those are the opinions of Lake-Noxen Elementary School third-graders.

Teacher Kate Cronin asked her language arts students what qualities they think the president of the United States should have and e-mailed their answers to The Times Leader. What qualities did the youngsters want most in their commander in chief?

• They should be trustworthy, be a person to look up to, and make good decisions. - Alexis Barker

• The president should be fair with other countries, nice to people, and fix their mistakes. - Mason Rios

• The president should be truthful, kind and smart. -Dakota Kittle

• They should know how to run the United States of America, they should be trustworthy, and they should not raise taxes. -Morgan Trindle

• The president should learn all of the rules and follow them, help orphans, and be a kind president. - Cheyanne Brucher

• They should be smart, a good leader and trustworthy. - Robby Derhammer

• They should have gone to college, shouldn’t raise taxes, and they should be nice to the people of America. - Brianna Heiser

• The president should help the wounded soldiers, help the environment, and save the animals. - Marissa Moku

Lake-Noxen Elementary School third-graders give their take on what qualities they feel the next president should have.

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