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.

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!
A giant hug and shout out to the entire faculty and staff of Sandburg Elementary School. You are the best around, especially when it comes to supporting your students!  You are loved!
Shout out to Alma Ayala, student secretary at Cherokee Heights Middle School. Her smile, kindness, professionalism and positive spirit make an absolute difference in the lives of students, families, faculty and staff each and every day. Thank you, Alma!
Huge shout out to Randall’s librarian, Michelle Reis, for putting on a highly successful “Book Share” instead of the traditionally held book fair. All children were able to choose 3 books and it was equitable for all! Good job, Michelle!
Lawrence Oputa, Sennett Middle School- I appreciate you talking to students as young adults and holding them to high expectations. Thank you for joining our staff and also giving more students opportunities to connect with soccer.
Giant shout out to Angela Stehle for organizing the Sandburg talent show and stepping in to fill sub jobs at the last minute. We appreciate your dedication and hard work. Thank you for caring so much for our students and staff!
Huge shout out to Mandy Meloy, LMTS at Lindbergh Elementary,  for leading the political crusade to protect public school library funding!!!  Your efforts are inspiring!
Shout out to Brenda O'Connell for planning, organizing and running a book group for the OT/PT staff. You are amazing and hope this shout out will inspire  you to do another one next year!!!
Shout out to Cory Foster, Roy Geurts, Matt Haselow, Richard Henderson, and Sarah Ouzounian at Sherman Middle School. You all work SO hard, and I appreciate the care you give to our students. While your words may seem like they bounce off heads, or travel through ears, I know that they will hear your voices and wisdom in the future. I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to work and get to know each of you over the course of this school year. Thank you!
Thank you to all the Sapar staff! Your advocacy and support of your students is evident everyday.

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