Empowering Young Minds Through Early Childhood Education
Teaching & Learning
April 2023: Littia Turpen
Littia is a positive role model and an excellent student at TLC High. She is social, outgoing, and kind. Littia is always willing to help other students inside and outside her educational setting. In the classroom, Littia is actively engaged in academics, provides meaningful input and insight during class discussions, and is involved in her education. “She is a joy to have in the classroom, and her positive attitude brings a smile to the faces of the staff and the students as soon as she enters the room.” says teacher Stephen Piech.
March 2023: Megan Stoneham
“Megan’s fondness for learning is obvious. She possesses a charming smile and infectious laughter,” says Megan’s teacher, Rhonda Montano. “Her interests include engaging in art projects, playing with kinetic sand, and watching Peppa Pig videos. Notably, Megan consistently completes her assignments with precision and sets a remarkable example for her peers. Additionally, she exudes kindness towards both staff members and fellow students.”
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February 2023: Lilly Newquist
Lilly is a standout student, displaying motivation and focus. She’s known for her helpful, playful, and fun personality, often supporting younger students in class. Her creative and artistic nature, loyalty, and caring demeanor make her a valuable friend.
January 2023: Zack Clem
“Zack is a true asset to our class and community. His hard work and commitment to excellence serve as an inspiration to us all. I am constantly impressed by his ability to tackle any challenge that comes his way and his willingness to support those around him. He is a shining example of what it means to be a dedicated student and team player,” says Paul Nelson, Zack’s teacher.
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December 2022: Tyler Wine
“Tyler Wine is a wonderful student who embodies the values of being accountable, respectful and engaged,” expresses teacher Bonnie Cozad. “He demonstrates responsibility across school settings and is always respectful to peers and teachers. He is committed to excellence and follows classroom and school rules. Tyler is a good friend to his classmates and never hesitates to offer a helping hand.”
2022-2023 SELPA Workshops
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November 2022: Ryan Thomas, Jr.
“Ryan is a delightful and fun person to be around. He has a beautiful and strong personality. Ryan brightens up the room daily with his infectious smile.” exclaims teacher Kim Flower. “Having Ryan at school is a highlight of my day! I look forward to seeing what he wants to share or include me daily at school.”