Mrs. Ingle was one of those teachers who inspired students to chase their dreams and make them realities. Each day, she shared personal insights that made us truly understand the life lessons she was trying to teach. Each student left her room wanting to be more loving, kind, and accepting of the people in our lives. Because of Mrs. Ingle, I am now a sixth-grade teacher trying to make a difference in every child who steps in my classroom. I will always be truly thankful to have had a role model like Mrs. Ingle to show me how to really make an impact on the students and families at my school and beyond.
Ms. Rudig was amazing. I remember walking into her classroom one day and it was a crime scene. We had to work as forensic scientists, collect evidence, and write a possible explanation for the crime. It was amazing. I still remember measuring body parts to discover proportions. Every class was a discovery and so engaging. When I got a job teaching sixth-grade math, she was the first teacher I thought of as a role model. Her love of learning was infectious and still drives me today. Thank you, Ms. Rudig.
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