RANGELY I This teacher’s natural ability to provide quality differentiation for her kids stands out. Her kindness, concern and passion shines through every conversation we have had regarding students. If there is a meeting that is focused on one of her kids’ needs, she is there, even at the cost of her own personal planning and family time. In fact, her son Johnny, who just turned 1, is quickly becoming our meeting mascot. Her persistence pays off for our kids and that is our achievement.
Vadonna Winterholter is amazing to watch as she forms our students into musically talented kids. I have observed her help children who don’t seem to have musical talent into kids who know what it’s all […]
RANGELY I Dana Forbes always learned by doing. These days, he would have been dubbed a kinesthetic or tactile learner. But as a child in the 1970s, Forbes understood the best way to learn something […]