Please join me in honoring our latest Soaring Eagles!
Ms. Alison Rodriguez, 4th Grade Teacher
"I wanted to nomination Ms. Alison Rodriguez as a Soaring Eagle because we've been super impressed with her this year. Our student has told us several times that she is the best teacher he has ever had. I think that she has an amazing ability to make positive connections with her students. She helps them identify both their strengths and weaknesses, which is so important to nurture self awareness. In addition, she helps her students work in group settings which teaches them to listen to each other's ideas with an open mind. We are so pleased with his love for school and really believe that Miss Rodriguez plays a huge part."
Ms. Stephanie Bellot: 3rd Grade Teacher
"We would like to nominate Ms. Bellot for going above and beyond for our student. She has shown such creativity and caring with regards to working with our student and her entire class. She has stayed after hours to meet one on one with her and truly exemplifies the meaning behind this award. We are so appreciative of all of the wonderful staff at Camden Station, but wanted it to be noted she is a Soaring Eagle."
Ms. Erica Hazlett, School Nurse
"I want to nominate Ms. Erica Hazlett, school nurse as a Soaring Eagle. Our awesome nurse has been over the top! Last year she selflessly helped my kiddo in a personal situation that was not pleasant. This year so far she’s given very comforting help and love to my child who was going through an emotional time and a tough situation that made her feel like her belly hurt. Ms. Erica even offered to let my daughter come into her office and call me the next morning just to say hi. Ms. Erica has gone way above and beyond a typical school nurse to being a very compassionate, caring friend to the kids and even the parents. I’m thankful for sweet Nurse Erica!"
Mrs. Jodie Cullison, Highly Structured Classroom for Behavior Assistant
"I want to nominate Mrs. Jodie Cullison as a Soaring Eagle. Ms. Cullison goes out of her way to make sure that all students feel safe and welcome at our school. She is kind and helpful and does whatever is needed to help our kids do their best. She treats every student with respect and dignity and loves them like they're her own. We're so fortunate to have Mrs. Jodie as a part of our school."
Nicole Allgood, 1st Grade
"I’d like to nominate Ms. Nicole Allgood as a Soaring Eagle. I could write many positive things about Ms. Allgood. She’s a great teacher, who encourages students, helps them build on their personal strengths and communicates well with parents to keep them informed about their child’s progress. But how do you truly know when a teacher has gone above and beyond? My first grader came home on the last day of school, came running from the bus, and burst into tears. When I asked, “what was wrong,” my first grader continued to sob and said, “I’m going to miss Ms. Allgood!” The next night when I was putting my first grader to bed, my first grader said, "No one loves me like my family except my teacher, my teacher does.”
It takes a very special, dedicated individual to make such a positive impact on a youngster. A teacher who makes 18 students feel loved, special, and important while teaching them at a level that meets our district’s high expectations. My child blossomed in Ms. Allgood’s class-learned a great deal and improved in many academic areas. Ms. Allgood is one of those exceptional individuals who takes teaching very seriously, seems to enjoy what she does, seems to genuinely care about the children she teaches, and has a long standing positive impact on youth with whom she interacts! Every child should have the opportunity to experience a teacher like Ms. Allgood at least once over the course of their academic years!"
Mrs. Ann Rodman, Office Manager
"If I could nominate Mrs. Ann multiple times I would! Mrs. Ann in the office is phenomenal! She's always friendly, helpful, and goes above and beyond to answer questions or anything else you may need. Our family truly appreciates having someone to rely on in an administrative position at Camden. Thanks so much Mrs. Ann, you rock!"
Congratulations to the weeks "Eagles of the Week"!
View this post on Instagram Camden Chorus learned a new canon today inspired by the folk song “Hey, Ho, Nobody Home.” We changed the words to “Winter, winter is here.” Come see us at our winter concert on Monday Dec 9! A post shared by Camden Station Music (@camdenmusicroom) on Oct 17, 2019 at 3:47pm PDT
Camden Chorus learned a new canon today inspired by the folk song “Hey, Ho, Nobody Home.” We changed the words to “Winter, winter is here.” Come see us at our winter concert on Monday Dec 9!
A post shared by Camden Station Music (@camdenmusicroom) on Oct 17, 2019 at 3:47pm PDT
View this post on Instagram “I’m a scientist!” is what this kindergartener shouted with pride as he completed his algorithm with loops that helped BB-8 collect all the scrap metal! A post shared by Miss Smith (@camdenstemlab) on Oct 17, 2019 at 7:16am PDT
“I’m a scientist!” is what this kindergartener shouted with pride as he completed his algorithm with loops that helped BB-8 collect all the scrap metal!
A post shared by Miss Smith (@camdenstemlab) on Oct 17, 2019 at 7:16am PDT
View this post on Instagram One of our Read Alouds this week was Truman by Jean Reidy, a sweet book about bravery and friendship. A post shared by Leslie Wolf (@camdenstationlibrary) on Oct 17, 2019 at 11:59am PDT
One of our Read Alouds this week was Truman by Jean Reidy, a sweet book about bravery and friendship.
A post shared by Leslie Wolf (@camdenstationlibrary) on Oct 17, 2019 at 11:59am PDT