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Julie Hiltz, NBCT
Mom | Middle School Teacher Librarian | NBCT | Geek | Teacher Leader Advocate | President Elect. Qui audet adipiscitur.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT 16h
Share positive stories from around the school about teacher, student, and parent interactions. Break down the walls and remind people why they do what they do.
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Vicki Davis 24h
I steer clear of three kinds of teachers: 1) those who always talk bad about their students 2) those who always talk bad about colleagues or admin and 3) those who always talk bad about the school. Attitudes are contagious and I don’t want to catch what they’ve got.
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Wendy Hankins Apr 18
How will you make today fun for your kids? Will you dance? Sing? Speak in a different accent? It’s okay to be wild, weird & wacky w/your Ss on Wednesday & every other day of the week! Have fun w/kids!
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Jeb Bush, Jr. Apr 17
I think my Ganny would have wanted us to remember her by picking up a book and reading to our child, grandchild, or finding an opinion different then our own. I love her and miss her very much. She did it her way - with grace and class.
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Bored Teachers Apr 16
Like jumping into the bear pit!
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Joy Vega Apr 16
Made this for the kids - it’s hanging in the media center and seems to be meeting some needs! ❤️
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 17
I had an outstanding time watching the committee volunteers do their work this weekend. All our book program groups give so much time and love into getting the best books into the hands of kids. Thank you for all you do.
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Accountabaloney Apr 16
" voters are not so easily fooled. Tell the members of the to protect our local schools and stop wasting our time with deceptive proposals that are destined to fail."
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Anthony 🐝 Apr 14
Oh god, this ACTUALLY made me laugh more than it should have
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Summer Heacock Apr 14
My generation had princesses to look up to. Our daughters have generals.
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Mark Hamill Apr 15
Only YOU can make this happen. 🤞
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FAME Apr 14
It's all over but the waiting! Winners and next year's book lists hit Friday, April 20th. Tell your friends!
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Rafranz Davis Apr 14
As a young mom, I worked full time while going to school at night. I didn't get to listen to my kids read sometimes or sign those folders which made them have to flip discipline cards. I often wonder what my children's teachers thought of me. Careful how you judge parents y'all.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 14
While you were (hopefully) sleeping in this AM, I was driving to ORL to get a sneak peek of the Committee working on next year's list. Thank you to this team for the volunteer work you do to put good books in kids' hands.
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Tyler Moore Apr 12
Church Sign, 2018 Playoffs Edition - part two.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 12
At least the wireless is still up, but geez!
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 12
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 11
Field trip to the office this morning. It's oddly satisfying to me that even the FBI has to post a sign on their fridge reminding people not to eat other people's food.
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Melissa Erickson Apr 10
Thank you to the educators that work so hard every day to meet the needs of our students! Our students' success is because of your dedication!
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Apr 10
2nd day home sick. On his way out the door, my son told me he had hoped I was feeling well enough to go to school this morning but selfishly he was glad I'd be home when he gets back from school. ❤️
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