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Jennie Schmaltz Wins CO Milken Award

Elkhart Elementary School  |  Aurora, CO  |  Oct 26, 2016

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Lowell Milken tours Elkhart Elementary Jennie Schmaltz

Milken Educator Award recipient Jennie Schmaltz and Ron Schumacher (right), Elkhart's principal, take Lowell Milken, chairman and co-founder of the Milken Family Foundation, on a tour of the school.

In this series:  Jennie Todd (CO '16) In this photo:  Lowell Milken Jennie Todd (CO '16)

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  • Jennie Schmaltz leads class to assembly
  • Lowell Milken Elkhart students before assembly
  • Elkhart principal Ron Schumacher
  • Aurora district superintendent Rico Munn Jennie Schmaltz
  • Colleen ONeil CO Dept Education
  • Lowell Milken addresses Elkhart Elementary
  • Lowell Milken Elkhart student 1
  • Elkhart students hands up 1
  • Lowell Milken Elkhart student 2
  • Lowell Milken at Jennie Schmaltz Elkhart
  • Elkhart students hands up 3
  • Elkhart students spell 25000
  • Elkhart students hands up 2
  • Jennie Schmaltz waves
  • Jennie Schmaltz reaction
  • Jennie Schmaltz listens to ovation
  • Lowell Milken congratulates Jennie Schmaltz
  • Jennie Schmaltz addresses assembly Lowell Milken
  • Jennie Schmaltz thumbs up
  • Jennie Schmaltz excited students
  • Jennie Schmaltz with Rico Munn
  • Jennie Schmaltz surrounded by students
  • Jennie Schmaltz check students
  • Jennie Schmaltz Lowell Milken after assembly
  • Jennie Schmaltz Mike Coffman
  • Jennie Schmaltz talks with guest
  • Jennie Schmaltz vets Elkhart
  • Jennie Schmaltz words of wisdom vets
  • Lowell Milken Elkhart classroom Jennie Schmaltz
  • Lowell Milken tours Elkhart Elementary Jennie Schmaltz

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  • I'd also would like to thank The Milken Family Foundation and especially Mr Lowell Milken for the distinct honor he's given my daughter-in-law Jennie. Dedicated teachers work so hard and often that goes unnoticed. Our family is very grateful you have chosen her as one of your recipients this year. I've seen her in action in the classroom and my late husband who himself was a retired teacher and I could not have been more proud. By the way her students responded they obviously love her and she them. Her respect for her fellow teachers and administration is a credit to her as well. I know many of her previous teachers whom she said impacted her a great deal from Smoky Hill High School. Mike Meagher, Skip Jensen, Mark Johnson, Barbara Bess and Ms. Gillespie. I'm sure there are many others she's mentioned as well including her mother Jeannie Todd. Thank you, thank you and congratulations my sweet Jennie! We are so proud of you!!

    Posted by Mary P Schmaltz, 27/10/2016 5:47pm (6 years ago)

  • I couldn't be prouder of my niece. She is a wonderful person inside and out. Her family, friends, students, and colleagues are blessed to have her in our lives. I wish we could have been there to share in this most wonderful moment -- Congratulations Jennie!

    Posted by Nancy Kelley, 27/10/2016 6:21am (6 years ago)

  • I personally want to thank Mr. Lowell Milken and the Milken Family Foundation for honoring my daughter with the Colorado Milken award, and by doing so, honoring the incredible dedication, talent, and work of educators. Speaking as a retired teacher, I know the enormous responsibility and daily challenges teachers face in fostering a love of learning in each child, while inspiring them to be productive and responsible global citizens. I am so very proud of Jennie and the amazing staff and administration at Elkhart who dedicate themselves to enriching the lives of each student and guiding them to be confident and successful in their present and future lives.
    It is truly heartwarming that your foundation rewards the patient devotion of those who have chosen to be teachers and are responsible for shaping the future.

    Posted by Jeannie Todd, 27/10/2016 12:22am (6 years ago)

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