Recording Outstanding Education
Volume II, No. 7
Nassau County School District continues to have positive events occurring on our campuses. Take a look at some of the things that have happened recently.
Coffee, Colleges, & Careers
Thank you to Ms. Roberts, Ms. Ludvigsen, Ms. Pulliam, Ms. Smith, Ms. Eddy, Ms. Sheffied, Ms. Winters and the entire Senior Class of 2019!
Wildlight Elementary is proud to announce Michelle Thompson, 4th-grade teacher, as the 2019 Teacher of the Year!! Mrs. Thompson is a fantastic teacher who strives to make learning fun and engaging each day. She serves our school in numerous ways including 4th-grade grade level chairperson and leader of the Teachers of Tomorrow club. They are blessed to have her as part of their Wildlight team!! Congrats!!!
Trailblazing People of the Year
Wildlight Elementary congratulates Shen Speerin, Data Entry Operator, as the 2019 School-Related Employee of the Year. Ms. Speerin is a dedicated employee who works extremely hard to ensure accuracy in all she does. We are so grateful to have her as part of the WES team!!!
First Coast News - STEM Student of the Week
Andrew Huber, 7th-grade Hilliard Middle-Senior High Robotics Team Member, was chosen as the First Coast STEM Student of the Week for his outstanding work in the FLL Robotics program. He has been on HMSHS's team for 2 years and is a team leader and innovative thinker. His interview was aired on First Coast News Friday 10/19/2018.
Back Yard Buddies
Callahan Elementary School's students participated in a Back Yard Buddies reading event that included special guest readers, Officer Hank Martinez & Teacher Mrs. Kitty Smiley.
This event allowed families to visit the library, enjoy sweet treats, and read AR books with their students while taking tests throughout the night.
YES General Store Champion
Students, teachers, paraprofessionals, volunteers, and two local businesses contributed their time, talent, and/or materials for this year’s booth. According to Ms. Sandra Hunter, grandmother of three YES students, “I don’t have the words to describe it. It’s just beautiful and looks like a picture out of a book.” Great job Yulee Elementary School!