Irene Garza, Mountain Point Elementary
“Dear Selection Committee,
I am writing to nominate Mrs. Garza, a second-grade teacher in the Duel Immersion Spanish program, for recognition for her outstanding work in teaching her students to develop a love of the Spanish language and culture.
Mrs. Garza is a true gem in our school community. She brings a kind, gentle, and patient approach to her teaching that makes her students feel welcome and supported. Her dedication to her students and their learning is evident in her daily lessons and her willingness to go above and beyond to ensure their success.
In addition to her work in the classroom, Mrs. Garza runs a Lego Robotics Club twice a week after school, where her students have the opportunity to explore their creativity and problem-solving skills through hands-on activities. This club has become popular among the students, and many look forward to attending each week.
Mrs. Garza’s ability to connect with her students, engage them in learning, and inspire them to explore new topics and interests is truly remarkable. She is a role model for her colleagues and an asset to our school community. I am honored to nominate her for recognition for her hard work and dedication.
Thank you for your consideration.”
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