Volume 2 Issue 35
27 May 2016
Jenni Whetstone, Traci Ranta, and Lauren Davis
Mountain Range Faculty
So many of you have worked so tirelessly this year with our students that have some pretty specialized needs. It really feels like we are making a huge movement towards students on IEPs to be "our students" as a school. What a great feeling-all of your time and effort has not gone unnoticed!
Barb, Kim, Lance, Paul, Barb, Kevin, and Virgil
Brandon Salling, Julie Enger, and Reshaun Castro
ReshaunCastro for helping me navigate the waters moving from classified to certified. I did not expect you all to do everything you did. You guys rock!
9th Grade English Teachers
Thank you so much for supporting our 9th grade students through We the People, whether it was giving up precious class time, coaching students on off-hours, giving them encouragements, or teaching them presentation and research skills, we could not pull off this project without your support!
9th Grade Social Studies Teachers
Julie Enger, Bob Gorman, Brandon Salling, Lance Kercher-Pratt, Kim McAtee, Patricia LaRue, James Hock, Deb Dunnington, and Officer Gonzales
Megan Vanhoutte and Stacy Stansbury
We survived! You two are the greatest mental health team around. Your passion about doing what's best for kids is inspiring and I'm proud to work with both of you!
I have never seen another learning specialist work so hard to make sure her student's needs are being met. Your passion for individualization, differentiation and literacy is amazing-and you make me smile! Enjoy your well-deserved summer break!
A thousand heartfelt thanks to Mary Murray for teaching me so much this semester in my final field experience! You are a treasure.
You have been pretty amazing this year. Are you sure you're a rookie? It has really meant a lot that you are working so hard to learn about all areas of special education. I love seeing you pop up at all of the trainings!
Thank you for reading the test to the kids who need it for BOTH of my World History finals! I appreciate you taking your own time to do this!
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