I was always influenced by my teachers in school, and decided early on in HS that is what I wanted to be. I went into education so I could make a positive impact on the lives of kids and help prepare them for what they want to be.
- Mrs. Jennifer Walls
I had some great teachers growing up, and learning is forever.
- Mrs. Patricia Margritz
I think that most educators start out wanting to make a difference in at least one child's life. That is why I became an educator. Now that I have been in education for a few years, I know now that being a teacher.
- Mrs. Arika Russell
I became an educator because I want to better the youth and make the world a better place.
- Mr. Dillon Higgins
I became an educator because I want to be a difference maker.
- Mrs. Marcie Kostrunek
I became an educator because I want to make a difference in improving one's life.
- Mr. Nick Broz
I became an educator because I never could see myself doing anything else.
- Mrs. Alisa Favinger
I became an educator because I love kids.
- Mrs. Stacy Hickenbottom
I became an educator because I love to teach.
- Mr. Dave Evertson
I became an educator because of my 3rd and 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Windhorst. She showed me the impact you can have on students lives.
- Mrs. Ashley Ford
I became an educator because I like history and working with youth.
- Mr. Brent Frauen
Something pulled me down this path to become an educator. I still can’t totally define it but I know I ended up where I’m meant to be.
- Mrs. Heather Schultz
I became an educator because I had amazing teachers and I always felt that people cared about me and my success. I became a teacher to be an advocate for the children in my classroom.
- Ms. Angela Simpson, Superintendent
I became an educator because I wanted to give kids the chance my teachers gave me.
- Mrs. Stacie Blackmore, HS/MS Music Teacher
I became an educator because I realized that when I became a parent, I was a teacher every day so my kids inspired me.