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WEA Members Wear Red to Support
The American Heart Asociation
We raised $1050. Click here to see photos.


Wear Red Day, February, 2009
WEA Raises money for the American Heart Association

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The WEA Winter Social

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Click here for more photos of the WEA Winter Social, 2009


Halloween @ Lincoln, October, 2008

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Wear Red Day, February 1, 2008
WEA Raises money for the American Heart Association
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Our Wear Red Day raised $1,050 for The American Heart Association!


Click here to see pictures of the
WEA "Getting to Know You" Gathering held on February 28, 2007
A Great Big Thank you to our Membership Chairperson Rita DiMarco and her wonderful membership committee! Thanks to: Nancy Hahn, Jodi Levine, Kristin Caputo, Kylene Bitten, Rebecca Livesey, Joanne Durkin, Laura Giumarra, Laura Leskosky, Sue Pettoni, Lauren Wild, and Heather Miller!


WEA Members Wear Red To Support the American Heart Association's Women's Initiative. The WEA Raised $1,068, February, 2007. Click here to see pictures of WEA members.


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Jill Stauffer
George Washington School
Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Jill Stauffer was honored by the Governor's Office, the Deptartment of Education and the Milken Family Foundation for being among the very best teachers in the nation.

Jill A. Stauffer uses differentiated instruction and hands-on activities on a daily basis. She created a program called the Author's Tea in order to showcase student work for parents and administrators, thereby nurturing student confidence, and taught letters of the alphabet through a salad-making activity in which each ingredient represented a different letter. Clearly her holistic approach to teaching reaches students, as her pupils consistently demonstrate significant gains on assessment tests. Mrs. Stauffer's creation of a class Web site, designed to maintain daily parent communication, evolved into a school-wide practice, and she has been recognized by the district for her innovative ideas regarding learning centers in first grade. She has also developed curriculum guides for a variety of subjects, implemented use of multiple computers in the classroom, and conducted district and state mentoring.

 

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