Newsletter << All NewslettersJan 22, 2016
If Someone Gave Your School a Million Dollars....
If someone gave you a million dollars for your school, how would you spend it? That's one of the questions we asked our newest Milken Educators in our new Spotlight profiles. See their answers and get to know the class of 2015-16 in Connections.
Dear Milken Educators and Champions of Education,
Dr. Melody Tucker (AL '15), who chairs the science department at Citronelle High School, teaches everything from regular, honors and AP Biology to Honors Anatomy and Physiology. She is a trained Alabama New Teacher Mentor, participates in the Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI), and coordinates a summer program for at-risk and rural students.
SEE: Melody's photo gallery
WATCH: Melody's notification video
Rhonda Burrage (MS '15), a math teacher at Magnolia Middle School in Meridian, hasn't missed a day of teaching in seven years, serves as a mentor for first-year teachers, is on the school leadership team, and chairs the BETA club, where she coordinates community service projects. Her algebra students have the highest scores in the district. Don't miss the video of Rhonda's phone call to her mom to share the good news.
SEE: Rhonda's photo gallery
WATCH: Rhonda's notification video
Get to know the 2015-16 Milken Educators in our new Spotlight interview series. Clockwise from top left: Bill Smithyman (KS '15), Kendra Borden (RI '15), Nick Williams (CA '15), and Peter Arseneault (CT '15). Look for new profiles weekly.
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In this newsletter: Peter Arseneault (CT '15), Kendra Borden (RI '15), Rhonda Burrage (MS '15), William Smithyman (KS '15), Dr. Melody Tucker (AL '15), Nick Williams (CA '15)
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