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Roxanne Miles Jun 9
Great read with easy to use ideas. “If you are a witness to a good deed, be sure to make it a priority to validate that person’s good work in person or through a personal note. If it involves a student, a positive phone call home can be a game changer for many kids”
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Domenick D'Angelo 8m
2nd and 1st grade sister team presenting about their Potawatomi Native American family heritage
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Domenick D'Angelo 27m
Argentina and Cuba presentation from one of our lovely 3rd graders
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Domenick D'Angelo 53m
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Domenick D'Angelo 1h
Kicking off our Celebrations of Cultures Day with a lesson on french music!
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Andrea Rommel 2h
This summer I’ll be reading by as part of our districtwide summer book club!
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Scot Wright 14h
We may not get to decide which kids to serve, but we do get to decide the kind of climate in which we want to serve them. -
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Kelsey Beurskens 21h
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Dr. Katrina Guillory Jun 15
Lead and teach students with love! Make connections!
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Justine Wright 13h
THANK YOU! Next week is our last Chat on Chapter 5 and 6. Have a great evening!
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Jera Potter 13h
Replying to @casas_jimmy
I can't wait to start reading your book this evening. I loved listening to you empower educators in Sioux Falls, SD on our last teacher workday of the year.
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Scott Lackey Jun 16
“When kindness replaces complaining about kids, it can transform our expectations of our students as well as our workplace culture.”
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Heather Davis 20h
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