Leslie Brock, Herriman High School
“Leslie Brock is a Family and Consumer Science Teacher who specializes in Culinary Arts at Herriman High School. She has taught at both the middle and high school levels. Has her Master’s Degree, is the department chair, was the Teacher of the year, and UATFACS Teacher of the year.”
“She spends countless hours before/after school helping students prepare for competitive events. She attends sporting events, musical events, and anything else that her students participate to show them support. She is always willing to help the administration with teacher appreciation gifts by opening up pro-pop and serving fun sodas. She helps with school-wide service events and donates her time and talents to make HHS a must-place to come to school. She will help her coworkers, even if she is tired.”
“Every year she donates the proceeds from Pro-Pop to our big hearts of gold fundraiser, she has been an advisor for FCCLA helping numerous kids with service projects and competitive events. She prepares students to compete in culinary arts competitions and spends countless hours before/after school to help them get prepared. She is always willing to help the SBOs and support them in their endeavors. She is kind and patient with all she comes in contact with. Students love Mrs. Brock and want to be a part of her classes. She has helped many a student move into the culinary arts field as well as a variety of others. Her co-workers trust her to lead and follow her example of service first.”
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