In her first year at Arbor Heights Elementary, Ms. Wilson has spent a lot of her time meeting with parents and coming up with ways to better serve her students. She is known for encouraging the kids to grow and learn in all aspects of life.
Ms. Wilson was nominated for this award by Karen Moore, the parent of one of her students, who describes her as very welcoming and always willing to go out of her way to meet with parents.
“Sue really encourages the kids to grow and learn in all areas,” Margo said. “Not just academically but as individuals.”
Ms. LeCompte will use the gift card to purchase basic school supplies for her classroom, as well as coat hooks and other miscellaneous materials – things that she usually spends hundreds of dollars of her own on throughout the school year.
Attorney Chris Davis and his wife started a program to help public school teachers get extra classroom supplies without having to spend their own money. The Davis Law Group School Supplies Gift Program gives a $100 OfficeMax gift card each week to a deserving Washington State Public school teacher and his/her class. Anyone can nominate a teacher for this program, including teachers, students, parents and administrators.
To learn more about the program and get information on the winners visit: http://www.injurytriallawyer.com/library/davis-law-group-school-supplies-gift-program.cfm