Saturday, May 12, 2012
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WLB PTO recognizes outstanding teachers

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[May 12, 2012]  Last Monday, West Lincoln-Broadwell Elementary had its annual appreciation assembly for teachers. The event is organized by the Parent-Teacher Organization.

Teachers were honored for their dedication and years of service. The red-carpet style event used a favorite teacher craft material: construction paper.

Teachers were escorted across the gymnasium floor by a student, with thunderous applause by those in the bleachers. One by one, the teachers received a small paper star with their name on it.

The following is the list of teachers and teacher's aides who were honored by the students and the principal.

  • Becky Maxwell, preschool

  • Heather Baker, kindergarten

  • Pam Schreiner, first grade

  • Lisa Fitzpatrick, second grade

  • Shea Lopian, third grade

  • Jeanie Boyer, fourth grade

  • Tiffany Spragg, fifth through eighth language arts

  • Barb Bowlby, fifth through eighth science

  • Val Mammen, fifth through eighth mathematics

  • Shelly Miller, fifth through eighth social studies

  • Tony Newton, art instructor (Newton was not present to accept his award.)

  • Sarah Benner, computers and technology instructor

  • Vickie Bruce, retired but still honored

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  • Kris Skold, physical education and athletic director

  • Jennifer Bland, band and choir instructor

  • Mindi Lile, special education

  • Kaitlyn Harrison, special education and early childhood education

  • Christie Lemme, librarian

  • Kathy Papirnik, teacher's aide (not present)

  • Kathy Batley, teacher's aide

  • DeAnn Roy, teacher's aide (not present)

  • Tiffany Twente-Lohrenz, teacher's aide

  • Katelyn Lemme, teacher's aide


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