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It's no secret Little Elm ISD is filled with caring teachers! But when a student gets a chance to write that down on a piece of paper describing how particular teachers have impacted their lives, it solidifies the deal for teachers to remember why they do what they do! We are honored to have witnessed this emotional celebration between students and their very favorite teachers! Each student and their parents accompanied the teacher to honor at the first annual Little Elm Education Foundation Awards Dinner. The dinner was prepared by Little Elm High School Culinary Arts students, with their teacher, Kristine Sanbourn, facilitating the students. Chef Wade Burch, was also in the kitchen teaching students the tricks of the trade. Burch is an executive chef with Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts, The Stoneleigh Dallas and in 2011 was a contestant on “Chopped,” a cooking competition on the Food Network. He also has a child who attends Prestwick STEM Academy.
Congratulations to all of our participants and winners -- and Thank you Little Elm ISD Education Foundation for making this possible!
Oak Point Elementary 5th grade teacher Tiffany Layman was nominated by her student Isabella Sackett to receive the Lobo Honors Award today!
AIMS/GOALS student Alicia Martinez nominated teacher Kristy Holberg to receive the Lobos Honors Award through the Little Elm ISD Education Foundation!
Congratulations to Powell 6th grade math teacher Corrie Reigle! She was nominated by her student Zion Bagby to receive the Lobo Honors Award through the Little Elm Education Foundation!
Lakeside MS AVID teacher Blake Jameson is the recipient of a special award - the Lobo Honors Award! His student Angelica Garcia nominated him because of the huge impact he has had in her life!Congratulations!
Earl Brown, student, nominated his favorite teacher, Nick Rodriguez - Prestwick 5th grade ELAR teacher -- to receive the Lobos Honors Award!
Congratulations to Brandon Wells, 4th grade teacher at Hackberry Lobos. His student Iyona Adonri nominated him to receive the Lobo Honors Award through the Little Elm Education Foundation!
Brent Elementary student Mariah Goodman-Ramierz nominated a 2nd grade teacher, Kim Gaffney, for making a difference in her life. Congratulations on receiving the Lobo Honors Award Ms. Gaffney!
Lakeview Elementary 3rd grade teacher Shauna Upton received a special award today - the Lobo Honors Award from the LEISD Education Foundation. Her student, Hannah Kasper, wrote a letter of nomination explaining why Ms. Upton is worthy of such a great honor! Congratulations!
An emotional Abby Cunningham Chavez Elementary couldn't hold back the tears as she hugged her favorite libriarian, Lesley Woolsey. Ms. Woolsey is the recipient of the Lobo Honors Award through the Little Elm ISD Education Foundation.
Brandon Burke nominated Hollie Henry, CTE Business and Finance teacher at Little Elm High School for the extra mile she goes to care for her students. Ms. Henry is the recipient of the Lobo Honors Award through the Little Elm ISD Education Foundation!
A special award, the Lobo Pride Award, goes to Jessica Uretsky. She was nominated by her students Courtney Simbeck - who wrote a remarkable letter describing the impact Ms. Uretsky has had on her life! Congratulations!