Student of the Month
Lilly Jean Bautista
Lilly was nominated for her work by Dr. Emma Maughan and Jennifer Caines
Lilly wrote an excellent self-reflection paper that was thoughtful, clear, and engagingly, and demonstrated an understanding of the relationship between experience and perspective. She embraces the opportunity of higher education.
Michaella was nominated for her work by Lucy Olmstead
Michaella contacted her mentor teacher early and since has attended every professional development opportunity offered by the school, including during the summer. She has gone above and beyond her duties.
Sarah was nominated for her work by Dr. Colby Tofel-Grehl
Sarah prepared and lead the training for a dozen teachers to improve curricular materials for engaging science teachers in computing. She built entirely novel curricular guides for teachers that will serve about 800 students across the state.
Alison Krebs was nominated for her work by Marian Canfield
Alison serves as a student teacher in a 4th Grade at White Pine Elementary School. Her mentor teacher recognizes her for being hard working and energetic. The mentor teachers says that Alison is an excellent educator.
Kimber was nominated for her work by Stu Baggaley
Kimber, as a student teacher, was in charge of all English/Language Arts instruction and did an amazing job with the students while learning much about herself and teaching. Her mentor teachers says she is a pleasure to work with.
Sierra was nominated for her work by Susanna Bortz
Sierra, as a student teacher, has a growth mindset. This desire to learn and improve is seen in every aspect of her work. She willingly embraces challenges, eagerly seeks insight, and continually sees new possibilities.