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Mollie McGrath, Bryant Webster

“I am passionate about having high expectations for my students.” Mollie McGrath, Bryant Webster   A 4th Grade—ELA-S teacher at Bryant Webster, Mollie McGrath brings an international flair to her teaching perspective. The Wisconsin native spent her teen-age years growing up in Colorado and then studied at the...

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Silvia Curiel-Torres, Peer Observer

“We can be proud as educators that we were a positive influence.” Silvia Curiel-Torres, Peer Observer   Silvia Curiel-Torres has been an educator for 39 years – but she started rehearsing for the role long before she ever started teaching professionally. The childhood neighbors of a pint-sized Silvia...

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Dana Berge, Pascual LeDoux Academy

“My students have brought immeasurable joy into my life.” Dana Berge, Pascual LeDoux Academy   As you enter Pascual LeDoux Academy on any given weekday morning, you might hear the familiar sounds of what sounds like morning announcements as little ones scamper down the school’s hallways. On a...

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William Anderson, Manual High School

DCTA Member Profile “Teachers are the driving force of education.” William Anderson, Manual High School   William Anderson is what you might call a “teacher’s teacher.” Passionate for his profession and determined to make a difference, he happily works tireless hours (well, maybe not always happily) to help his...

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Michael Diaz-Rivera, Columbine Elementary

“If my students aren’t able to focus…then we are all wasting our time.” Michael Diaz-Rivera, Columbine Elementary   A 5th grade ELA teacher at Columbine Elementary, Michael Diaz-Rivera may be a rookie in the profession (he’s been teaching for one year), but he’s already learned one of the...

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