School Board honors representatives from Woodrow Wilson Elementary

School Board honors outstanding representatives from Woodrow Wilson Elementary
Posted on 02/18/2014
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Anjelina Knight:  Anjelina is a 4th grade student at Woodrow Wilson. She has proven herself to be hardworking and dependable. No matter what the subject is, Anjelina has a contagious excitement and passion for learning new things. She consistently gives her all and never backs down from a challenge. She is a positive role model and exemplifies all of Woodrow Wilson’s character traits. Her friends say she never judges anyone. Instead, she treats everyone with respect and kindness and helps them feel comfortable and confident as individuals.   


Jose Ramierz:  Jose is also a 4th grader at Woodrow Wilson. He has many wonderful qualities including a great sense of humor, politeness and a positive attitude. He always puts forth his best effort and keeps his focus on academics. He takes the initiative to do whatever needs to be done. He is also a very responsible student who is dependable, trustworthy and respectful. He often performs random acts of kindness for his teachers and classmates, and he shows genuine appreciation whenever he receives something from a friend or teacher.  


Brandi Haithcox:  Brandi is one of Woodrow Wilson’s most dependable volunteers. She is a key fixture in the school’s media center where she helps to shelve books and assists during book fairs. Her compassion for children is evident when she helps students choose appropriate books they can afford, all-the-while teaching them how to count and use their money correctly. Brandi also lends a helping hand in her children’s classrooms. She has two sons that attend Woodrow Wilson, Caleb and Cody.  When she isn’t volunteering, Brandi is busy completing her degree in medical office administration, creating her next baking masterpiece for her company, Sugar and Spice, or lending a helping hand at High Rock Community Church.


Ira Mack Harris:  Mack, as he is known by his Woodrow Wilson peers, serves as an Exceptional Children’s teacher assistant in Mrs. Stanley’s split self-contained classroom. He has been at Woodrow Wilson for 5 years and was recently honored as the school’s teacher assistant of the year for 2012-13. Mack is the kind of assistant who sees something that needs to be done and takes care of it without being asked. He helps children in Mrs. Stanley’s class stay focused so they can keep up with the many requirements of today’s classroom. He has a calming demeanor that students appreciate, and his ability to build relationships with students is tremendous. Mack is kind, compassionate, and patient with those who are struggling with their class work. He works with all students one-on-one to ensure that they experience success with their learning.


Brittany Wright:  Brittany is Woodrow Wilson’s guidance counselor and has been inspiring students and families for the past 2 years. Besides her counselor role, she serves as a key member on the school’s Child Study Team. She also is a student advocate on the leadership team and an after-school tutor for the Academic Learning Center. Brittany is a role model for all of Woodrow’s students. She brings the perfect mix of firmness and understanding. She allows students to feel safe and comfortable when they are in her class, meeting as a small group, or talking with her one-on-one. Her rapport with students is natural and instinctive, and her patience with children of varying needs is inspiring. Both parents and staff appreciate her approachability and openness. She has facilitated support or assistance for many families throughout the year. Brittany is always optimistic, encouraging, and has a genuine passion for helping others.  



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