In June of 1942, a senior at the Notre Dame College of Maryland wrote a prophetic message to her fellow student, Elma Kuchar Kelley. On the way to their graduation ceremony, she hurriedly scribbled in the Damozel yearbook, “I know your pupils will love you as much as we do…our loss is their gain.”
Superintendent Mary Kamerzell presented information related to the proposed resolution in support of Legendary Teacher Day on September 24, 2015. She informed board members that Dr. Nic Clement a Northern Arizona University professor has coordinated this effort. Dr. Kamerzell stated that it is a day to encourage community members to contact their own Legendary Teacher and let them know how they made a difference in their lives. She reported that Mayor Jonathon Rothschild would be hosting an event to sign a proclamation declaring September 24 as Legendary Teacher Day and Ms. Julie Farbarik, Director of Alumni and Community Relations would be attending and representing the district.
Superintendent Shelton introduced Joyce Rooks as the District’s 2015 Elementary Teacher of the Year and 2nd grade teacher at Creekside Elementary. Ms. Shelton shared a letter from Principal Aaron Tarzian who spoke to Ms. Rook’s strengths, her care for her students, and her support of her colleagues. Mrs. Rooks thanked
“ Don’t work for recognition, but do work worthy of recognition” -H. Jackson Brown, Jr. As a high schooler, I have obtained awards and recognitions for my dedication towards my academics and involvement in St. Dominic. As a freshman and a sophomore, I received and obtained Honor Roll with an unweighted 3.86 GPA. I have also been recognized when asked by my teachers and staff to be apart of the Sophomore panel who speaks at Freshmen Orientation.
College of Education Essay Throughout my journey as a student at Winthrop University, I have faced many different experiences that have helped mold me into the educator I am today. My journey as an educator has just merely begun, and at this point, it is extremely important for me to use this time for self-evaluation. My time at Winthrop University has provided me with my largest educational experiences, such as my class time in CRTW, my field placement in EDCO 201, and my time working with Clover High School’s Marching Band. These educational experiences have made an enormous impact on my personal understanding of teaching and learning.
Instructional Coaching and Administrative Leadership Profile • Accomplished middle school math teacher, high school math instructional coach as well as math and science school improvement specialist recognized for excellence in teaching and coaching
I want to recognize both Doctor Garmon and Ms. Hilleary King for going above and beyond the call of duty to provide patient care. There was a power outage in building 302, on July 21 2016 at 4:30 pm and a patient appointment scheduled for 5 pm in the same building with Ms. King who happened to be working an extended
Dr. Grant Bell has worked diligently to get to the point where he is today as a leader and role model of the community.. Starting as a middle school history teacher for many years, working his way to an assistant principal, and eventually becoming a school principal at a high needs school. During this journey, he has obtained his bachelor’s degree, teaching certificate, master’s degree, administrative license, and finally his doctorate in education. On top of his achievements, Dr. Bell is constantly reading books and attending seminars during the school year and over the summer to help our school stay on top of new, innovative ideas. One of the most effective practices that Dr. Bell has established in our school is loaning out his various
Glassboro High School held a Board of Education and budget submission meeting on March 26, which lasted about 50 minutes. By the starting time, 7 p.m., most of the tables and chairs in the small lunchroom were filled by parents, students and some faculty. Most families were there because their son
I met with Ms. Holly Wellensiek, the Teacher Leader Coach at Wilson Elementary. Some of Ms. Wellensiek’s official job description
I am confused reading this message. Is this from February or is it from June 29th. I remember explaining this situation to Dr. Gronemeyer back in February, and since then, I have changed the way I register staff. Instead of registering them, I teach them how to register themselves. Like I explained it to Dr. Gronomeyer back in February, I actually did not understand that I was overriding, I had to go back and see what I did wrong.
Last year I came to this school and saw how many teachers helped their students become successful to reach their goals and to help them go to college.
I awarded my second ribbon to Ms Beaudet, a teacher at the Sacred Heart School of Montreal. Ms Beaudet was my science teacher in Secondary four, volleyball coach in Secondary three as well as my track and field coach for the past two years. This being said, I have known her for the past two years and I believe she has helped shape the student and the athlete i have become today. To me, Ms Beaudet has brought a source of motivation, diligence and achievement to my life. She has helped target my weaknesses in order to develop them into strengths and allow me reinforce my strong points. Ms Beaudet’s enthusiasm, dedication and motivation are contagious and have allowed me to prosper inside and outside of the classroom. She is constantly engaged
Speech Thank you for the kind introduction and thank you for inviting me here to speak today. This time many years ago I graduated from this school in Coalwood. I wouldn’t be here today giving this speech to you all without the help and support of my high school teacher Miss Riley. Miss Riley was like a second mother to me. She believed in me when many other people didn’t and she gave me the courage to follow my dreams. Miss Riley told me to never give up, and she showed true interest in what I wanted to do in my life even though all she needed to do was teach me maths and science. Miss Riley stood up for me when the principal didn’t think it would be a good idea because it would be a waste of time, and wouldn’t support their learning and would
Dear Master Teacher of the Year Selection Committee, Earlier this year, Dodge City Schools requested recommendations for their nomination of the Master Teacher of the Year honor. Immediately my mind riveted on one outstanding instructor, Laura Woolfolk. Laura is a colleague of mine in the English Department at Dodge City High School, and I often say that one of my goals in life is to become her. While that may sound somewhat flippant, to those who know Laura, they know that task is monumental and unachievable. Laura is all things good. In life. In community. In school. In person. For those reasons, it is an honor to work alongside her on a daily basis, and it is more than deserving that she receives our school’s nomination for the Master Teacher of the Year.