Marysville schools honor 7

  • Wednesday, May 23, 2018 6:34pm
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MARYSVILLE – The Marysville School District recently honored seven education advocates at the 2018 Washington Association of School Administrators Leadership Awards. Teachers Kacee Kukull and Bob Stoddard received the Washington Student Leadership Award for their work on designing, planning,and organizing Makers Space at Cedarcrest Middle School. Whether it is pulling apart a computer to understand how it works, or making armor out of recycled materials, their program allows students to explore the world. Amy, Ryan, Ray, Deanna and Alex of the Sheldon Family were also honored with the Community Leadership Award. Through their 501c3 Leah’s Dream Foundation, they donated $45,000 to build an inclusive play structure at Kellogg Marsh Elementary. Their efforts also funded Picture Exchange Communication System training for staff and counselors to help them assist students with Autism or physical limitations and to help them convey their wants and needs to others.

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