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.

David Wasserman, Sennett Middle School- I love how you use stories and other methods to teach students who struggle to make connections in the mainstream. It's obvious you care about them, and know them as both learners and the person they are.
Amber Hanrahan, Sennett Middle School- I appreciate how much you care about your students. Your work goes above and beyond just the classroom. Sennett wouldn't be the same without you! Thanks for all you do!
A big thank you to Hawthorne's Social Worker, Maria Loy. You strive everyday to meet the enormous needs of all our students...and you do it with a smile and a positive attitude! Happy Social Work Month--Hawthorne Elementary appreciates you.
The Stephens PBS team would like to give a shout out to Amy Bennett our social worker! She works so hard to develop relationships by having lunch bunches, connecting with families as part of FACE Parent Advisory, Improving Attendance, supporting students
Shout out to Marci Speich who made calm bottles as part of Mindfulness REACH with all the Kindergartners and First Graders. The PBS team is so happy with her work helping to teach mindfulness with the youngest of the Stephens Eagles.
Shout out to the PTO and Stephens Staff for helping prep for the big fun fair this weekend. The purpose of the fun fair is to raise money but especially to build community! Thanks PTO!!
Karen MacDonald and Lori Shackett, Frank Allis Elementary: Thank you for your phenomenal teaching, collaboration, alignment and communication ~  your first grade students are truly lucky to  learn from you.
Thank you to the grade 2 team at Frank Allis School for graciously flexing their guided and intervention groups to best meet the needs of our scholars in second grade!    Nick Pedracine, Makenzie Krah, Maaina Mack, Carl Fischer,  and Katie Hill ~  thank you!
Thanks to Theresa Senft and Ben Langer at Lindbergh Elementary for opening up their classrooms for peer observations last week. It was a great day of learning with and from each other.
Huge shout out to Clara Elena Salinas and Que Vang at Lindbergh Elementary for translating all of the materials for our upcoming Academic Success Night. Our families are so lucky!