She is 12 years old and has cerebral palsy
Melody's younger sister
He is 9 years old ,needs to use a diaper but he is good with his hands
He is the oldest in room H-5 and he loves to zoom fast in his eletric chair
A girl that is 9 but could pass for 6 and calls Melody ,mellybelly
Melody's helpful neighbor that looked after her and helped Melody study for Quiz Kidz
He is in charged of the Quiz Kidz team ,doesn't believe in Melody'potential
The pricipal of Spaulding Street Elementry
The fist teacher to volunteer for inclusion she is the music teacher
Melody's loving dog
An accepting friend of Melody but can be pursuaded to neglect her
A mean girl who is jealous of Melody
She is atistic and she rocks in the coner when unsure of somthing
Another mean girl who won't seperate from Claire
The medi-talker's nickname
A supportive teacherthat understands Melody's differences
Aloud rumbuntious baseball expert who yodels a lot
A fish that Melody won in a carnival
The first grade teacher
Melody's student aid who was like a best friend to Melody
A second grade teacherwho provided audio books to Melody
A syrofoam snowman that comes out every chrstmas
A teacher of an in clusion class who refuses to let kids get bullied
She was in a car accident as a baby and now has to use a walker to get around
The doctor who thought Melody had brain damage
A student from H-5 who is nine but could pass for a six year old
A teacherthat treats her third graders like preschoolers
He loves Melody with all his heart and does all the heavy lifting like carring Melody up the stairs and on to the car
She loves Melody with all her heart and she feeds and dresses Melody
A know it all that is nice to Melody can be pushy and is part of the Wiz Kidz team

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