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How To Shop At An Actual Bookstore

by Jessica on October 2, 2017

Indie Bookstores are beautiful gems in this world. They cultivate community, friendships, common interests and often give you a chance to meet your favorite authors. Got a friend that doesn’t quite know the ins and outs of an indie bookstore? Here’s a nifty How-To Guide. Take Your Time You should block out a good chunk […]

Student Anabel nominated Mr. Byron Flitsch of Aveson Charter School I think my teacher, Mr. Byron Flitsch, deserves to be named Teacher of the Year. Mr. Byron is by far the greatest and funniest teacher I have ever had in my entire life. Mr. Byron connects with every kid in a way I have never […]

Anna Kleindorfer nominated Mrs. May of Chandler School Mrs. May is amazing for many different reasons. She is the librarian at our school and knows every single book in the library. She has great character, and she teaches us many things about searching on the internet as well as all the different genres of books. […]

Christine Moreno nominated Karla Keese of Elliot Institute Why does Karla Keese deserve recognition as “Teacher of the Year”? To be honest, she deserves this award every year. She is my daughter, Heather’s, teacher in a special needs program at the Elliot Institute. The Elliot Institute specializes in educating low functioning children with compromised cognitive […]

Morgan nominated Mandy Madnikoff of Polytechnic School Where do I start with my all time favorite teacher Ms. Madnikoff? This wonderful woman knows each and every student as their own person. I love her so much and am dreading to move on to 6th grade without her next year. She is such a great role model […]

Noah nominated Mr. Brian Jehue of Arroyo Vista Elementary School I am in seventh grade and throughout my education I have had numerous great teachers, but my overarching favorite was my second grade teacher, Mr. Jehue. He has a plethora of good qualities, including being extremely smart, funny, encouraging, and enthusiastic about learning. He pushed […]

Tom Louie nominated Isis Gonzalez of Miramonte Elementary School I would like to nominate Mrs. Isis Gonzalez, a teacher of the third grade at Miramonte Elementary School, Los Angeles Unified School District, as Vroman’s Teacher of the Year. Isis is much loved and admired by students and co-workers alike, and she has always lifted the […]

Sadie nominated Ms. Dawn Rangel of Odyssey Charter School Ms. Dawn, my teacher, deserves this award for many reasons. So many that I could not say all of them in a book the size of Harry Potter. One very important reason why Ms. Dawn deserves this award is because she is respectful. I had been […]

Marsais nominated David Clark of Aveson Elementary I think you are a very good teacher. You are a nice teacher. You are helpful to the kids at Aveson. You have taught me how to read better. You taught me how to write better too. So I feel like you deserve this award.

Jean Hooper nominated Lila Vick Schob of Altadena Elementary I would like to nominate Lila Vick Schob for Vroman’s Teacher of the Year. Ms. Schob is a special education teacher at Altadena Elementary, where she has worked for six years. Prior to that, she taught at Loma Alta Elementary in the PUSD. Ms. Schob is […]