Mallory Stone – Snow Springs Elementary
Mrs. Stone, is an amazing teacher, she strides to make each of her students do the best they can. She is always encouraging the students to do their best. And is always willing to help them improve.
Mrs. Stone, has made huge improvements with my daughter, she was below grade leave before going into the sixth grade, now just over half the year she is setting on an eighth grade leave in almost every subject. She has not only encouraged her to work hard, but helps her accomplish her goals; she has given her the self-esteem to achieve it.
Mrs. Stone is one of the most impressive teachers I have come across, she truly loves her students, and she is so involved in their lives and wants them to excel in their schooling and also in life.
This year Mrs. Stone has been able to bring many methods of learning to the classroom to excite the students, like the robotics program to the class with a partnership with BYU. She uses shaving cream to do spelling; they had their own summer Olympics while learning about Greece. The students not only learn, but they get excited about learning.
Mrs. Stone wants them to succeed as they are about to start the seventh grade, which is a key to be successful in secondary school. She is preparing them to be able to not only handle seventh grade but to be able to be successful in school and in their personal life. She never tells them that they can’t do something; she encourages them to strive to do the best and right things in life.
We just want to let Mrs. Stone know how much we appreciate her, and want to thank her for all she does.
–Wes, Tess and Riley Anderson
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