WEEK AT A GLANCE

monday, June 10, 2019

  • Staff Outs: Laura Holloway, Morgan Githmark, Samantha Gomez

  • Late Arrival: Megan Beasley (8:00 am); April DeLeon (12:00 pm)

  • Early Leave: Kathryn Berlin (2:30 pm)

  • EOG Testing: Make-Up Testing

  • Field Day: 2019 Field Day Schedule

  • Spring Sports Banquet: @ Maureen Joy Charter School (6:30 pm - 8:00 pm)

  • MJCS Board of Directors Meeting: @ Maureen Joy Charter School (6:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

tuesday, June 11, 2019

  • EOG Testing: Make-Up Testing

  • Last Day for Students

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

  • Staff Outs: Abby Chandor

  • Early Leave: Kathryn Berlin (12:00 pm); Adam Patrick (12:00 pm); Muriel Smith (12:00 pm); Ashley Mackley (2:30 pm); Steph Sircar (3:10 pm)

thursday, JUNE 13, 2019

  • Staff Outs: Jill Alexandre, Kathryn Berlin, Abby Chandor, Lori Fisher, Darius Long, Ana Karen Molina, Adam Patrick, Lakisha Poole, Muriel Smith

  • Late Arrival: Taylor Wells (10:00 am); Adrienne Quick-Wright (11:30 am)

  • Early Leave: Tanisha Thomas (2:30 pm)

  • EOG Remediation: ELA (9:00 am - 11:00 am)

friday, June 14, 2019

  • Staff Outs: Jill Alexandre, Kathryn Berlin, Abby Chandor, Katrhyn Cooper, Lori Fisher, Cina Livingston, Darius Long, Katie Matrisciano, Ana Karen Molina, Adam Patrick, Lakisha Poole, Muriel Smith

  • Early Leave: Chanel VanDyke (11:30 am)

  • EOG Remediation: Mathematics (9:00 am - 11:00 am)

  • Last Day for Staff


Abby Chandor

1st Grade Teacher

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Abby Chandor comes through in the clutch. In the spring of 2018, Abby stepped into a first grade classroom as another teacher started maternity leave. Learning never skipped a beat. As a teacher, teammate, and friend, Abby is valued for her humor, commitment to excellence, and dedication to her own growth.

Abby’s instructional coach, Lori Fisher, marvels at Abby’s growth and performance: When you walk into Abby’s classroom, it’s almost impossible to believe that she’s a first year teacher. This is because Abby accepts every piece of feedback she’s ever been given. On top of that, she’s constantly asking for advice on ways that she can grow as a teacher and also ways to make the curriculum stronger for her scholars. Abby has grown tremendously in the past year and a half due to all of her hard work and desire to learn. On top of that, Abby is one of the funniest people I’ve ever met and she always has a joyful outlook on life. I’m truly going to miss working with Abby! 

Abby’s teammate, Madison Brooks, marvels at Abby’s strong relationships with students and how welcoming she is: I have loved getting to know and watch Abby as a teacher. It is so incredibly clear how much she cares for and loves her kids. I love watching her interactions with scholars because you can see the time and effort she has put into building such strong relationships with them. Her dedication to making those lasting connections with her scholars is inspiring. Not only is Abby an incredible teacher (cannot believe this is her first full year!) she is also an amazing teammate. She is always asking questions and doing whatever she can to get better. From the second I joined the first grade team Abby made me feel so welcomed and I am going to miss her not only as a colleague but as a friend. Even though we have only known each other for such a short time she has always made me feel so at home and I have loved getting to talk and of course laugh with her. We are going to miss her so much but I know she's going to do such big things!

As the 1st and 2nd grade science teacher, Danielle Linville steps into several classroom environments. She echoes Madison’s thoughts regarding Abby’s strong student relationships: I have loved being on a team with Abby for the last year and a half.  She is always there there to talk and laugh with.  Abby is always ready to learn and become the best teacher possible.  Abby loves her students for their individual personalities.  She makes them each feel seen and cared about. Abby brings excitement and fun to her classroom! She is a kind, funny and fabulous friend, colleague and teacher and will be greatly missed next year!

As Abby’s team lead and former coach, Miya Stodghill has had a front row seat to Abby’s growth: I’m so glad I’ve gotten to work with Abby for the past year and a half! She has grown so much. Abby definitely lets you know if she is confused with her widening eyes and the many questions that follow. But that has been so helpful for her, because she has asked for what she needed and taken those opportunities to improve her craft. Abby has also been a life-saver with her bakery trips, bringing apple pie in the clutch! Abby has shown patience and optimism when working with her kids. New York will be lucky to have her!

As thankful as we are to have been a part of Abby’s beginning, we are excited to see her continue her personal and professional journey in New York. After an amazing year-and-a-half, Abby is preparing for a wedding, new job, and new city. Some might say that’s a lot of change in one year. But, we know Abby always comes through in the clutch - New York is going to get a little bit better this summer.


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Monday, June 10, 2019
Anthony Adams (7); Lauren Carlos (staff)

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Eric Chavez-Yepez (8); Tanisha Thomas (staff)

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
N/A

Thursday, June 13, 2019          
Imani Brown-Waheed (3); Kayla Ross (5); Kyla Ross (5); Joshua Brown (8)

Friday, June 14, 2019             
Ayanna Bunton (K); Marcos Larios Ortiz (2); Emilio Santibanez (2)

Saturday, June 15, 2019
Zion Fields (7); Elizabeth Young (staff)

Sunday, June 16, 2019
Jose Anthony Flores-Velasquez (3)

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Week of June 17
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Summer Reading Camp Begins (6/17)
- EOG Re-Testing: ELA (6/18)
- EOG Re-Testing: Science (6/19)



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  • Ms. Young and Ms. Molina thank you so much for welcoming me this year and helping me daily with my many questions. (KA)

  • Kinder Team thank you for being my thought partners and being solution oriented when problems arise. (KA)

  • Ms. Sweeney thank you for all of your insight and knowledge that you have bestowed upon me this year. I appreciate you so much! (KA)

  • Ms. Stockton thank you some much for your positive energy. I am grateful to have spent time with you this year. (KA)

  • Mr. Newbauer thank you for allowing my students to partner with your class this year as reading buddies. I enjoyed watching them learn and grow. The kids definitely enjoyed their reading buddies. (KA)

  • Shout out to Bela for ALLLLLLLLL those report card comments. (JS)

  • Shout out to Maggie, Heather and Chrissie for a great year!!!! (JS)

  • Shout out to Poole, Long, Wall - always helping me out with my scholars who just needed a break:) (JS)

  • Shout out to the WHOLE JOY FAMILY for just being awesome!!!!!!!!! (JS)

  • Shout out to Ms. Carlos, Ms. Alexandre, and Ms. Young for being amazing proctors and helping me out during these testing days! (LH)

  • Shout out to Jackie — I have seriously been thinking about our conversation about racial bias since we had it. Thank you for pushing me to be more reflective and pushing our school to be more equitable! (LH)

  • Shout out to Jacob. You are extremely thoughtful and reflective. Your openness helps push everyone around you to be open to grappling with tough questions. (LH)

  • Shout out to Taylor. I am in awe of your commitment to high quality content. You reflect and refine constantly and I learn so much from you. (LH)

  • Shout out to Amanda, Jess, and everyone involved in organizing our EOG testing. You rock! (LH)

  • Shout out to an unsung hero in the office.  Samantha always is ready to assist at a moment's notice, and I appreciate her! (AQW)

  • An advance shout out to Mr. Melvin for transforming this building over the summer. (AQW)

  • Shoutout to Mr. Bailey for COMING THROUGH IN THE CLUTCH in so many different ways this week. You swooped in with the bagel save and the epic save for Friday! Thank you x1000 for making this last few days for me and my kids a positive experience. (MS)

  • Shoutout to Bela, Sarah, Mark, Chad and all the other unsung heroes of the 8th Grade Promotion ceremony. Your name deserves to be celebrated for helping make this event come together. (MS)

  • Shoutout to the ELITE EIGHT-- GOOOOODNESSSSSS WE BEEN GRINDING OK!!!! WE HAVE BEEEN GRINDING OUT HERE!!!!!!! Spreadsheets on spreadsheets on spreadsheets and y'all never miss a beat! YOU NEVER MISS A BEAT!!!! Thank you for your feedback, ideas, and enthusiasm. You make this work. You make this time special. You are magical and I cannot thank each of you enough for the leadership you display for every project we take on. (MS)

  • Shoutout to the proctors. I couldn't do it. At least I get to pass out papers. (MS)

  • Shoutout to the dog owners. I don't have a specific reason, just thought it would be nice. (MS)

  • Shoutout to EVERYONE who helped support the 8th graders this year! We have asked a lot of you. Thank you for all that you have done to help my kids have AN INCREDIBLE YEAR!!!!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH FOR THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (MS)

  • Shout out to Lauren Carlos and Abby Hernandez for your endless support at I transitioned into this EC role this year! (SH)

  • Shout out to DJ White Shadow/Mark Bailey for bringing so much JOY to scholar celebrations and for being so present with our scholars. (SH)

  • Shout out to Chrissie Cavaliere for being such an encouraging friend — you help keep things in perspective and bring my mind back to what truly matters!

  • Shout out to Oni Gaines for the joy you exude daily and for the amazing Tech opportunities you have orchestrated for our scholars! (SH)

  • Shout out to Heather Kasdan for being constantly supportive and available. You are an incredible friend, teacher, and soon-to-be-momma of THREE! (SH)

  • Shout out to Rinah Galper for thoughtfully dissecting this year’s happenings and proactively planning for next year! (SH)

  • Shout out to my EC/ESL babes for their patience, never-ending love, and resilience. We fight daily battles and put out so many fires — I’m honored to do so with you by my side. (SH)

  • Shout out to SST — you guys are incredibly strong, patient, and I am so thrilled to hear the changes you have planned for next year! (SH)

  • Shout out to the breakfast crew for your hard work making sure our scholars start their day with full bellies and full hearts! (SH)

  • Shout out to the incredible 6th grade team for being in constant communication to support scholars as best as we can. (SH)

  • Shout out to Megan Beasley for having my back (and my student buddies’ backs) every, single, day. (SH)

  • (Late) Shoutout to Krysten for prepping materials during my dental disaster and for spending some time with my kids this week when I needed a break! You're always there to support me and my kids and I truly appreciate it! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Caitlin for helping me conquer my first year teaching math! Your passion for math is inspiring and I’ve learned so much working with you this year! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Julia for being such a strong advocate for kids, especially the ones you work with! Your knowledge, expertise and work ethic have pushed me to be an even better teacher this year! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Oni for being there every time my computer has gotten amnesia about where to send its print jobs. I truly appreciate your promptness every time I’ve needed help! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Katie S. for being so positive, persistent, and warm with both your colleagues and students this year! You took on a challenging task, and the students you have worked with have grown so much! It’s been nothing but a joy working with you! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Myra for making science time something that all of our kids have looked forward to all year! (BC)

  • Shoutout to the third grade team for making sure that our kids got the exposure to EOG material that they needed in a joyful way! It’s been awesome to see ours and our kids’ hard work pay off! (BC)

  • Shoutout to Katie M. for all your support this year! You’ve been an awesome thought partner and next door neighbor. I wouldn’t have survived my first year at Joy without you! (BC)

  • (Late)Shoutout to Mr. Melvin for working to get all of our classrooms EOG ready! (BC)

  • (Late)Shoutout to Jacob for all the time, thought and energy that went into coordinating the best third grade EOY trip I’ve had the chance participate in, for coordinating our awesome outdoor activities this year and being the best team lead I’ve had the privilege of working with! (BC)

  • Shout out to Lindsey Harrison for being the most amazing co-teacher & friend. I am just the luckiest that I got to learn so much from you this year! Thank you for everything. (LC)

  • Shout out to Katie, Kathryn, and Jill for being awesome roomies this year! Love you all! (LC)

  • Shout out to Abby Hernandez for being such a consistent leader on our team. Abby, I look up to you in so many ways and I couldn’t be more thankful for your commitment to our team. (LC)

  • Shout out to Sarah Humphrey for becoming a rockstar EC teacher this year and making the title official this summer!!! (LC)

  • Shout out to Brittany and Jacob for being the best teammates a teacher could ask for and for working tirelessly to give our kids a magical experience in third grade! (KM)

  • Shout out to everyone who has poured into our third graders, either this year or in previous years. They are intelligent, independent, confident, creative and joyful because of YOU! (KM)

  • Shout out to Maggie for creating such a positive, warm and loving environment for your kiddos this year. Their love of learning and of each other is so evident when I walk into your room. (KM)

  • Shout out to Jill and Miranda for stepping in big time last week to support a scholar who became overwhelmed in the middle of testing. Thanks to your patience, encouragement and redirection he was so proud of himself for pushing through and passing his first EOG! (KM)

  • Huge shout-out to Emily Michelman for being the most amazing teammate I could have asked for in my first year as a full-time counselor! I have learned so much from her and I am ecstatic about the years to come of work together. (MA)

  • Shout-out to Julia Sweeney for being the best neighbor. I always know I can count on her to help in supporting our wonderful kiddos. (MA)

  • Shout-out to Bela for being my work “tía”. She has the most creative and helpful ideas with the most caring heart. Her knowledge and experience of all things related to education, social justice and equity is #GOALS (MA)

  • Shout-out to Mark for all he does to lead Joy towards our vision. I appreciate his calm and positive demeanor, strong leadership and helpful feedback. (MA)

  • Shout-out to #Team8 for all the work surrounding the formal and graduation! Those pictures were absolutely beautiful! Such special and memorable moments. (MA) 

  • Shout-out to Amanda Bikowski and Jessica Conn for all of the work that has been done and is still being done to make sure testing goes as smoothly as possible while maintaining a positive atmosphere. (MA)

  • Shout-out to Katie Stockton, Caitlyn Kearney and Emily Michelman for an amazing season of Girls on the Run this year and making being a GOTR Coach so much fun! (MA)

  • To Elite Eight: In the past month you have taken your students on an out of state field trip, published a book, guided student mentors, run a formal and a graduation ceremony. Oh yeah, all while maintaining rigorous and stimulating instruction. Your students are moving into their next steps with beautiful memories, solid academic skills and confidence. Congratulations! (JA)

  • Jessica and Amanda for the endless hours of test prep and execution, particularly your thoughtful student/proctor assignments and flexibility to make sure our kids are getting the best testing environment. (EM)

  • Jeremy- Can't say it enough- thanks for always having my back (and sometimes trading students with me).  If I made this more specific, it would turn into a novel. (EM)

  • Ms Poole for catching those scholars who end up in SST when they really need to be with the counselor.  You see so much of what is happening with kids in our building and find the best way to support each one as an individual.  Also, you call me Ms. Mackley much less frequently now, so I'm taking that as a huge win for the year! (EM)

  • Julia and Kathryn- For your support for/with CBJ throughout the year and especially in trying to make the end of his year successful.  Both your genuine enjoyment being with your students is contagious and invaluable. (EM)

  • Bela, Katelan, and Jill-  The thoughtfulness shown in determining best steps not only for our friend, but for the entire 7th grade culture, is inspiring!  (EM)

  • Miranda- Your kindness, patience, sense of humor, and seemingly natural ability to always assume the best is such a gift for our students (and doubly so for me!)  (EM)

  • Cynthia- Almost to graduation (or maybe past graduation by the time you read this)! I admire your ability to stay kind and firm.  Your love shines through, even when they make it difficult. (EM)

  • Chrissie- For your enthusiasm, ideas, and book suggestions diving into SEL! (EM)

  • Ms Cina for seemingly always having just the right number of lunches I need when I bring down scholars who missed food. (EM)

  • Mark for playing All or Nothing as one of our morning meeting songs and, you know, all the support always.  Thank you. (EM)

  • Ms. Clay for her care and support in getting JT to school and supporting her family in the process.  She has a great teacher and mentor in you! (EM)

  • Huge shout out to Sam for being such an awesome partner while Ms. April is out. (LF)

  • Shout out to Ms. Humphrey who was drafted as a nurse for about 30 minutes during testing. (LF)

  • Shout out to Ms. Quick-Wright for holding down so many jobs throughout the school year. You are super woman. (LF)

  • Shout out to Ms. Sweeney for her dedication to her scholars everyday and not missing a single beat. (LF)

  • Shout out to Ms. Varkey for thinking of the office staff  and making sure we are always good. Especially when buying donuts! (LF)

  • All the shoutouts to all the Joy teachers, scholars, volunteers, and staff that gave their time, sweat, and tears to make this testing season everything our scholars need and deserve. I’m so deeply grateful for this team. (AB)

  • Shoutout to Cynthia and Emily for bringing extra supplies of love and patience this week. (AB)

  • Shoutout to Jess Conn for being my other half, testing week and every day of the year. Your commitment to doing things well and doing them right, problem-solving and systems, and offering endless support even before I know I need it. Infinite love. (AB)

  • Shoutout to our kinder team, office staff, and Jess/Abby/Julia/Laura for getting our new babies set up and for making them and our families feel so welcomed and ready for the fall! (AB)

  • Shoutout to Mark and Tim for incredible responsiveness, flexibility, and calm on a week that could feel crazy. Y’all rock. (AB)

  • Shoutouts to our GLLs. Field trips. Schedules. Weird transitions. Keeping non-testers quiet while celebrating the end of the year. I know how much goes into making every teacher and classroom prepared for this week, and you have done it with grace! (AB)

  • Shoutout to Christine for being an incredible travel buddy and making me feel less crazy for staying up late to work on schedules and takeaways from PD. And for Ramen. (AB)

  • Shoutout to the office staff and transportation teams for holding it down and making a busy time feel calm with your preparedness. (AB)

  • Shoutout to Jacob Newbauer for asking if he could analyze his EOG report breakdowns so that he can utilize the next few days to remediate scholars retesting on Friday. Way to make it count. (AB)

  • Miya for always going above and beyond and being the most amazing team lead ever. (AC)

  • Madison for always laughing with me about literally anything. (AC)

  • Danielle for always stopping by at a free moment to offer a hand or a break. (AC)

  • Lori for being the best coach a girl could ask for. (AC)

  • Shout out to Ana Karen for organizing the Elementary Summer Packets! Thank you for putting time and care into everything you do! I appreciate you! (CC)

  • Shout out JuliaKathryn Berlin, and Morgan for their support during Wednesday's testing session. Thank you for being All Hands! (CC)

  • Shout out to Lori and Caitlin for all of their amazing work this year. I have learned so much for you both; you are two incredibly dedicated and inspirational educators. (CC)

  • Shout out to Jessica Sutton and the Grade 2 for organizing so many great field trips for our Grade 2 scholars. It was such a privilege to get to see our kids working together, socializing, and using their imaginations this past week. (CC)

  • Shout out to Christine for being a grade team organizer during the testing week. Thank you for your clear communication! (CC)

  • Shout out to Mrs. Clay for adopting me this year and for all the love! (BR)

  • Shout out to Ms. Bela for all the support and help you've given me during my first year! (BR)

  • Shout out to The Final Four (4th Grade) for making my first year at MJCS a great one! (BR)

  • Muriel: You put the “Elite” in Elite Eight. That will never change. (DH)

  • Chanel: You’re not leaving. I’m sorry you’re finding out this way. We’ve signed you to a 99-year contract. (DH)

  • Natalie: You’re one of my favorites in the Western world and a singular gift to our kids and the general practice of humor. Your Promotion video belongs in its own wing of the Smithsonian. I can’t wait for next year. (DH)

  • Adam: As much as I wanted to call you the "black sheep" or "ugly stepchild" of Elite Eight, you have been a godsend to our kids for two years. Thank you for everything. (DH)

  • Bela, Kathryn, Cynthia, Jill and our entire 8th Grade support team: We couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you. (DH)

  • Kathryn: Elite Eight is eternally grateful for your snacks on the day of Promotion. We’re not worthy of you. (DH)

  • Jeremy, Lakisha and Darius: We certainly wouldn’t have made it without you. Thank you for your boundless patience and your bottomless support for our students. (DH)

  • Sarah: Pulling double duty for 8th Grade Formal and 8th Grade Promotion? What are you, clinically insane? We couldn’t be more grateful for your support at a most chaotic time of year. (DH)

  • Amanda, Caitlin and Taylor: Thank you for providing us with such delightful photos from yesteryear of our graduates. And thank you for all that you’ve done for the Class of 2023. (DH)

  • Lindsey: A belated appreciation for the EOG Olympics. Thank you for reinvigorating our test preparation and infusing our middle school with palpable pride. (DH)

  • Jacob: Your commitment to burnishing the MJCS Science Department is a gift to our students. Thank you for refusing to settle for anything less than our very best. (DH)

  • Class of 2023: Thank you for enriching our lives with your endless kindness, humor and curiosity. Joy will never be the same without you. (DH)

  • Miya- shout out for being extremely organized and always, always, always going above and beyond for your students and for your team. I can truly always count on you. (LF)

  • Abby C- shout out for surviving your first full year of teaching!! Also shout out for making me laugh daily and for your constant desire to learn as much as she possibly can. (LF)

  • Madison- shout out for creating such a strong classroom culture where scholars are considerate, respectful and want to learn. That’s because of you! (LF)

  • Also shout out for being the most thoughtful person ever. #karlvideo (LF)

  • Krysten- shout out for your willingness to learn new things this year. You’ve really put yourself out there and as a result your kids grew SO much. (LF)

  • Kathryn C- shout out for all the #qualitytime over the years. Also shout out for all the ways you’ve sought out to bring more resources to our kids! (LF)

  • Olivia- shout out for your desire to grow and become a stronger kindergarten teacher when most people would already consider you a pro. It was so fun to be able to work and grow with you this year and I can’t wait to see you kill it next year! (LF)

  • Lori M- shout out for all the love you showed your students this year. The fact that they were literally crying because they didn’t want to leave you shows how much they know you love and care about them. (LF)

  • Elizabeth “Libby Liz”- shout out for literally everything. It was so cool this year to be able to see you grow even further and become more confident in teaching SS/Science. You already know the kids LOVE you and your impact on this school is huge. I’m so so sad that I won’t get to work with you next year! (LF)

  • Ana Karen- shout out for everything you do for our kids and for Joy. Shout out for all the times this year you stood up for yourself and spoke your thoughts! And a huge shout out for how you enhanced the SS/Science curriculum to give our kids lots of fun, hands on activities. (LF)

  • Caitlin- shout out for being there to answer every single question I’ve ever had. I truly can’t imagine what this year would’ve been like without you. Can’t wait for our monthly going out! (LF)

  • Chrissie- shout out for bringing a fresh voice and a fresh perspective to Joy this year. I’m so thankful I had you to ask questions and bounce ideas off of! (LF)

  • Katie S- As I was cleaning out my desk I found about 5 different notes from you from different parts of the year. Thanks for being that friend that’s always encouraging and always thoughtful. LYLAS. (LF)

  • Shout-out to Latasha Frye for being an awesome teammate in holding down the front lobby in the mornings. She has contributed so much to our Attendance Team with her ideas and knowledge of students' families. Since the first day I entered the school building,  and she greeted me with such a welcoming demeanor and smile. I know I can rely on Ms. Frye to provide this same welcoming environment for all staff, students and families. (MA)

  • Shout-out to Jessica Sutton for being such a strong teacher while maintaining a fun-loving environment for her students! She is so easy to talk and so funny too! I know I can count on her for a quick laugh when I need one! (MA)

  • Shout-out to #Team2 for all of the amazing work they've done this year with our wonderful 2nd graders! They are quite the bunch, but we had an amazing time teaching and growing with them. (MA)

  • Shout-out to Adrienne Quick-Wright for spending her time setting up the auditorium for the 8th grade graduation ceremony. It looks beautiful!! (MA) 

  • Shoutout to Danielle for always checking on me to meet whatever need there might be. (MS)

  • Shout out to Jessica Sutton who accidentally took it upon herself to plan four field trips.  The kids had a blast! (HL)

  • Shout out to Lori Myers for donating bubbles to field day! (HK)

  • Shout out to Unit 3 Coverage for being the best bubblers and recess monitors during EOG testing! (HK)

  • Shout out to Amanda and Jess for making sure we have been organized for EOG’s and setting up our students and staff up for success. (HK)

  • Shout out to the 8th grade team for making promotion memorable and for creating positive memories for our students. (HK)

  • Shout out to Ashley for being my pregnancy buddy. I’ve enjoyed our lunch time talks! (HK)

  • Shout out to OniMarkRinah, and Chad for ending the year strong and already thinking about next year. (HK)

  • Shout out to Emily for being calm and giving positive praise/encourage when a student was struggling during the EOG’s. (HK)

  • Jess Conn and Katelan Frye - many thanks for helping me to negotiate a couple of weeks without a car. (MS)

  • Team SST - several of our 7th graders finished the year incredibly strong.  Thanks for a ton of support throughout the year to help make that happen. (MS)

  • Coaches Duffy and Varkey - I had a lot of fun with you both involved in soccer this spring. Thanks for being such a big part of a fabulous season. (MS)

  • The Transportation Team has done it again PERFECTION..........  Drop The Mic !!!! (DR)

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We Finish Strong


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8th Grade Formal

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