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Shout Outs! 2017 - 2018

Do you want to give a huge pat on the back to a Temple ISD teacher, administrator or staff member?

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Shout Outs!

9/12/17
 
I want to commend the Temple High School Nurses, Sherry Alblinger and Dixie Beggs, for taking the time on a Saturday to come to the field house training room and do a brief overview on diabetes for our Temple Athletic Training Students. It was very informative information for our students to use in the school or at home. Being a part of a medical team and being involved in medical emergencies is challenging; every piece of information and knowledge is very valuable. We are blessed that these two nurses value our students and their involvement with our Temple Athletes. - Windee Skrabanek, Temple High School Athletic Trainer
Nurses talk to students about diabetes.
Nurses talk to students about diabetes.
9/11/17
 
We want to commend Betty Weddle (Temple ISD Technology Department).  Betty has done an outstanding job working days, nights, and weekends to get our technology up and going at Thornton Elementary School. We appreciate the time and effort she has exhausted to help teachers get the tools they need to be successful. We love you, Betty Weddle! Thank you for everything you do for our campus! - Thornton Elementary School Administrative Team
Betty Weddle
9/8/17
 
I want to commend the Hector P. Garcia Elementary School Kindergarten team of Claudia Medrano, Angie Cruz, Lindsey Jones and Angela Morales for being awesome. They always have a smile and a positive attitude!!
Garcia Elementary Kindergarten Team
9/6/17
 
I want to commend Isabel Enriquez (Spanish Teacher, Temple High School).  Isabel has been with Temple ISD for many years. The cool thing about Isabel is she received her teaching certificate as an adult going back to school. She raised a family, was a hairstylist and even was the receptionist for the Temple High School Counseling Department back in 1998. She began her school career going to night classes and even traveling to Mexico for the summer to come back as a Bonham Middle School Spanish teacher. After many years of being at Bonham she has finally returned to where it all began. Congratulations Isabel, Temple High School missed you.
Isabel Enriquez
9/6/17
 

I want to commend Megan Pendergraft (ELA/Reading Teacher, Lamar Middle School).  This is Megan's first year teaching. She has wanted to be a teacher for many years. This summer she set her mind to finally putting her career goal into motion. I saw her first hand studying and balancing a job that was going nowhere. She finally succeeded and in the limited time she had she reached her goal and became Ms. Megan Pendergraft, Teacher for Temple ISD. She is very talented and a true example on how hard work, perseverance and dreams do come true.
Megan Pendergraft
8/27/17
 
I'd like to commend Samantha Patterson (Kennedy-Powell 5th Grade Math/Science Teacher) for her patience, enthusiasm, and knowledge of 5th grade happenings. I am a new teacher to Temple and she has gone above-and-beyond to help prepare me for the school year. She is open to suggestions and accepting of my new, yet limited ideas. Her patience for each student is evident in her many hours of preparation as well as organization of her classroom. Speaking of her classroom, it is adorable. Samantha claims to being a "Work Horse" and makes me want to be a better teacher! - Michelle Hall
Samantha Patterson