Class of 2018-19

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  • junior

    Sharon Gallagher-Fishbaugh

    "Public education carries with it a responsibility to celebrate and nurture the talents of every child. That is the promise of public education and it is a sacred trust."
  • freshman

    Robert Adams

    "The whole wide world is waiting for you!"
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    junior

    Meg Porta

    "In honor of my parents, Pat & Bob Porta, who deeply valued education and always supported my pursuit of it. Love you forever."
  • freshman

    Mary Eldredge-Sandbo

    "Oh how I love public education - our most precious treasure that touches hearts, broadens minds, develops understanding, and builds a beautiful future!"
  • junior

    Luke Merchlewitz

    "A big thank you to my friends, family, and teachers for making me who I am today!"
  • freshman

    Leslie Chekin

    "Annandale High School’s Theatre Without Borders students from Ghana, the Dominican Republic and Vietnam perform their 2013 production of Midsummer Night’s Dream."
  • freshman

    Kristen Shannon

    “The classroom remains the most radical space of possibility in the academy.” bell hooks
  • freshman

    Jessica Wechter

    "In honor of ALL the K-12 public school teachers in my family: Rena & Kevin (MA), Jeremy & Dara (NY), and Cheryl (NJ), & across the country!"
  • freshman

    Carah Casler

    "As teachers, we must bring the world to our students, think critically, facilitate empathy, and inspire action to change the world."
  • freshman

    Katrina Moreno

    “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin
  • sophomore

    Terri Butts

    "Third grader: Hey, should I wear Cover Girl or Maybelline tomorrow? Me: What do you mean? Student: You said tomorrow was a make-up day!"
  • junior

    Katherine Underwood

    "Congratulations on 50 years of supporting Public Education and Educators! NCUEA was there from the beginning!"
  • freshman

    Reginald Weaver

    I feel such joy when students thank me in so many ways, including on social media, for playing a role in their success. Knowing they see me as a good teacher is one of the rewards of teaching.