Kiana Livingston, Herriman Elementary

Dec 8, 2021, 7:12 PM | Updated: Dec 9, 2021, 11:39 am

Ms. Livingston is an incredible 4th grade teacher. I have had the privilege of having 2 of my kids in her class. Both children are very different and she met the needs and made them learn and grow in their own unique way. This last week my son has had Covid. She emailed us, made Zoom appointments to check in, dropped off school work so he wouldn’t get behind, brought my other kids a Christmas gift (a game to play,) and a meal. I know she does these things countless times for all her students never expecting anything in return. When you are in Ms. Livingston’s classroom you become apart of community (a classroom family.) We are so grateful for all her hard work, the extra mile she does, and see a need fill a need attitude. We are the LUCKIEST!!!

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