Shout outs are emailed directly to the recipient(s) and are also posted on the MMSD Facebook page and school Facebook page. Click on any image below to see a larger version of it.

Here's to the Leopold Elementary Mobile Response Team for building the relationships and supporting our children when they need it most! Whitley, Reggie, Lori, Becky, Jessica, Sarah - you inspire me!
A huge thanks to Nik Franciskovich, PST at Leopold Elementary, for your support, flexibility, humor, and mantras. Thanks for all the hard work you put in to help our students!!
A HUGE shout out to Lori Lopez at Leopold Elementary School! Your hard work and dedication do not go unnoticed! Together We Can!
To Thomas "Greg" Reed at Leopold Elementary:  Thank you for maintaining a sense of humor and humility regardless of what the day brings.   Your team appreciates it!
A big welcome and thank you to Rosie Gittens! During your short time back at Leopold as our Community School Coordinator you've already accomplished so much including establishing a food Pantry!
Congrats to our maintenance and custodial team at Food & Nutrition Services, Jack Powers and Deyvis Aparicio Montalvo!  These guys have the F&NS shop mechanically sound and running well - and clean!  That goes for the Pflaum Road  and Allied Drive locations too!
Shoutout to Kyla Pilliod at Leopold for being superwoman! Thank you for endlessly supporting new teammates, welcoming students of all grade levels into your room with a smile and a hug, and for wanting to make Leopold a better place through your many leadership roles in extracurriculars. You are loved and appreciated more than you know, by students and fellow teachers alike!
Elizabeth Hardy and Lauren Cheramy are extraordinary PBIS coaches! Together, these two incredible Cherokee Heights Middle School teachers lead all facets of positive behavior in our school. Elizabeth and Lauren live and breathe The Cougar Way.  Thus far this year they have revamped and recharged our PBIS team, made our hallways more warm, inviting, and responsive, brought data to plans for school wide strategies for bettering our students' and staff experiences, implemented a universal reward system for stu
To the teacher leaders in central office, for advocating for aligned times on December 10 so that ELA & the other content areas can be in/out of school at the same time - a simple, but meaningful, shift.
Big shout out to Martín, Carita, Alonso, Connor, and Pamela, of the 8th grade DLI at Cherokee. They used their excellent map reading skills to guide us through the corn maze and got us the 10 punches.