Witnessing Success in the Classroom

Students remember teachers who have catalyzed a change or provided them with inspiration and teachers thrive on the reactions of student?s learning. One teacher witnessed the entire process take place in front of her when a JA volunteer engaged the students on the topic of finance. Peggy Murdock, interim president of JA of the Wabash Valley <http://bit.ly/1T0N239> in Terre Haute, Ind., shared this story.

"Debbie Sneddon, you are a miracle worker in my second-grade classroom," wrote Linda Afdahl, a teacher at Ben Franklin Elementary School in Terre Haute. "Many thanks for all your hours of preparation."Linda shared the excitement she experienced on the student?s faces when Debbie was due to teach."Please extend our thanks to your sponsors," wrote Linda. "I truly hope and pray that you will be willing to come back to us again next year and delight a new crop of second graders. It is wonderful for our children to know they have friends in the community that care about them. May you all be blessed tenfold for the many blessings you have bestowed on us."

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