Jaxon Carter is a 6-year-old boy who had to say a big speech when he finished kindergarten. But it wasn’t just any speech—it was really special. Jaxon’s mom passed away when he was very young, which made it really hard for him and his dad. They had to move to a new place, and Jaxon had to start at a new school.
Luckily, the new school, New Dawn Academy, was a great fit for him. He really liked it there, especially because they focused on science and stuff like that. Even though Jaxon was sad about his mom, he was still a happy and good student.
His principal, Mr. Koch, noticed how positive Jaxon was. He always said “good morning” and was ready to learn every day. Jaxon did really well in school, even when things were tough.
At his graduation, Jaxon gave a speech. But instead of just talking about school, he talked about his mom. It made everyone cry because it was so touching.
Jaxon thanked his teacher and his grandparents for taking care of him. He also told his dad how much he loved him. But the most special part was when he talked about his mom. He said she was always in his heart, even though she wasn’t there.
Jaxon’s dad was really proud of him. He said Jaxon’s speech was amazing and that he really meant every word of it. They live in a small village where everyone knows each other, which helped Jaxon a lot. His family and friends supported him through everything.
Jaxon’s grandma helped him write his speech, but he wanted it to be a surprise for his dad. He also put pictures of him and his mom on his graduation cap to remember her.
Even though Jaxon’s mom isn’t here anymore, they talk about her every day. She will always be a part of their lives.