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PSS Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Mary Ann Stoddard!
The votes are in... and Pine Street School is proud to announce our Teacher of the Year for the 2019-2020 school year is Mary Ann Stoddard!!! Mrs. Stoddard has been teaching at Pine Street for quite a while, and her influence can be felt within the building and throughout the community.
Each year teachers are given the opportunity to nominate one of their colleagues to be on the ballot with a small write-up to qualify their nomination. Mrs. Stoddard's nomination stated the following:
"Mary Ann defines "educator." She spends countless hours planning, instructing and tutoring students. She makes an effort to know her students and their individual needs. Never have I known such an advocate for what is best for students. Beyond that, she instructs her peers in best practices in reading, writing, social studies and arts infusion. She inspires me to be a better educator."
Pine Street School is truly honored and blessed Mrs. Stoddard is a part of our family, and we know she will represent us very well in the year(s) to come! Congratulations, Mary Ann Stoddard
Mrs. Ashley Millinor has been voted PSS Support Staff Member of the Year!
You had me at Hello! Yes, here at Pine, Mrs. Ashley Millinor wears many hats! She is "technically" our school bookkeeper, but to all of us here at Pine, she is so much more. The Pine Street School family would like to congratulate Mrs. Ashley Millinor on being named our Support Staff Member of the Year!
Are you interested in what your child will be required to learn at each grade level, but don't know where to look? Below you will find a link to the South Carolina Friendly Standards for parents. This link is intended to help parents understand the expectations for students at each grade level on their path to College and Career Readiness. At Pine Street we understand this is a valuable piece of information to have, but that there might be additional questions. Remember, our door is always open, and we understand the value in building relationships through communication.
Start with Hello!
Pine Street School is proud to be a part of the Sandy Hook Promise “Start with Hello!” This week our guidance department opened the doors to start focusing on building a culture of inclusion. The Sandy Hook promise works to build unity by taking the three steps: see someone alone, reach out and help, and start with hello! Our goal is to encourage students to be closer, more connected, and include everyone.
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