Corrie Chase, Monte Vista Elementary
“There are not enough hours in the day to describe Mrs. Chase! She is in her 7th year of teaching 6th grade at Monte Vista Elementary and it has been a pleasure to have a front row seat to her changing lives! Her students are more than students to her! They are our future! She connects with each child on their level and tries to connect with them and bring them a feeling of calm and acceptance while in her classroom. She keeps us weekly communication with her students parents and is constantly looking to better our future. Once she leaves the classroom for the day, she continues her journey by tutoring Dyslexic kiddos in our community. She is a certified Dyslexia tutor and is working towards change at the legislative level to introduce a change in the way we handle children who are falling behind in reading. She discovered her own son was Dyslexic in 2nd grade and made it her mission to improve his life and others like him and she hasn’t stopped paying forward for change. She is a favorite among her peers and does whatever needs to be done to ensure our children are prepared for their futures.”
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