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.

Shout out to Ms. McFarlane - 3rd grade teacher at Shorewood Hills Elementary School. You are an exemplary teacher. You bring out the best in kids! You’ve helped our child become a confident and happy student who enjoys learning. We appreciate you so much!
Thank you Ms. Thorson for all your hard work on guiding and helping our little scholars strive for greater things. Keep up your hard work and continuing patience. Thanks!
Thank you Ms. Thorson for all your hard work on guiding and helping our little scholars strive for greater things. Keep up your hard work and continuing patience. Thanks!
Thank you Maestro Julian! You are an amazing and gifted teacher! Thank you having the patience and will to teach all our scholars in the DLI Program! It's amazing to see how far they've come. Gracias!
Thank you Mr. Fischer for your patience and guidance this year! You are an amazing teacher!  You always go above and beyond for your students and making sure they're staying in the lines of the pathway. Thank you for making this year BOOMING!
Shout out to the CC teachers at Thoreau - Anna Gasparetti, Peppin Karras, MaryJo Rhude, and Bridget O'Meara. You put the needs of students before your own. You have a "whatever it takes" attitude!  You are appreciated this week and every week!!
Shout out to the Thoreau ESL Team- Amy Olmsted, Karly Dyle, Lexy Aguilar, Staci Aparicio, Jason DuRocher, Yoli Ziarnik, and Hassan Nafid! Your support for each other and your students is truly wonderful! Happy Teacher Appreciation!!!
Thanks Ms. Peterson For All You Do ♥️
Mr. Will at Sennett Middle School is an awesome member of our staff. His work with one student, in particular, is amazing and heartwarming. He is there for the highs and lows, and the two of them have developed an exceptional bond. Thank you for all of your work, Mr. Will. You are appreciated!
A firecracker cheer to Heather McIntosh, 7th grade Literacy and Social Studies teacher at Cherokee Heights MS. A few weeks ago, a Concordia student who wants to be a teacher in his second career starting observing and assisting in her class. Even though it is May, Heather was kind and gracious to welcome this student teacher and I know he will have a great experience. Thanks Heather for paying it forward!

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