Jacob has been the most attentive custodian. He is right there whether shoveling the snow, changing clocks after daylight savings, when a staff member needs help and so many other tasks. But his biggest contribution is when he sits and converses with kids in our lunchroom. It warmed my heart to see him care and listen to our students, students he does not even know since he is a sub. He is a HUGE asset to our district!
Samantha is ALWAYS offering support and advice to her teammates and others. She shows patience and seeks to understand.
These two have gone out of their ways for the students in this program with giving them extra support, having celebrations when the kids hit big milestones in their levels, reaching in to their own pockets to provide extra snacks for them.
Ms. Shelby and Mr. Jose are two of our MAGNIFICENT Mustangs here at Maltby. They are always there to lend a helping hand to staff and students, while wearing a smile.
Carlos is one of the best things we have going for us here at HRM. His partnership, the bridges he's helping us build with our Latino community, his positivity, and his responsiveness make him a super valuable and critical part of our team.
Niall has supported our classroom learning through technology by sharing his expert knowledge with the class. He is an inspirational instructor that engages the children in learning and inspires them to take positive ownership of their work.
Stephen is working with one of the most difficult PBS students in his Intro to Drama class. He has created a classroom environment that is safe and support of the student and another.
Joyce has gone above and beyond her duties in our health room. She has helped two nurses this year learn Monroe School District's procedures tracking, reporting and etc.
Nate was instrumental in coordinating food for all the volunteers for the recent DECA regional conference held at MHS. It was great to see the cross-collaboration between CTE departments.
Edna and Darby each worked to create and execute an amazing DECA conference here at MHS. They each spent countless hours on the many tasks it takes to pull off a regional conference and represented MHS well.
I recently received a call from Earlene with concern about making sure important information about a student got to where it needed to be. I appreciate that she truly puts EVERY single MSD student first.
We recently held our monthly emergency drill. Kirsten took the time to listen to the concerns of students on her caseload, work to help them feel comfortable and ask questions that she didn't have the answers for.
Last week one of our students had a harmful racist experience occur at MHS. Not only did Austin take immediate action in bringing the offending student to the office, he followed up the next day to ensure our student of color felt supported and safe.
Robin has shown a drive and dedication to teaching. Her insights and direction towards sharing her knowledge of science has been wonderful.
Mary has incredible insights and seeks out answers to make this school a positive place for kids, staff and the community. I appreciate her involvement and dedication to PAX and sharing her knowledge with staff at meetings.