Carbon1 September 2018 - Teacher, Support Staff Member & Student Unsung Hero of the Month

Carbon1 September TEACHER of the MONTH: DALE WILLE

Please help us celebrate Dale Wille as our September Teacher of the Month!  Dale teaches Agriculture Education at Little Snake River Valley and has taught for 31 years!  Mr. Wille’s students are always challenged and engaged.  His expectations remain high, and his students leave his class with the ability to compete in the real world.  Mr. Wille’s classroom is not just a place to educate students, it is a place the entire community knows they are welcome and they are willing to help anyone with a project.  Dale also spends his planning time mentoring elementary students.  He continues to give to his school and community!  Thank you, Mr. Wille, for all that you do for our students and District!  It is greatly appreciated!



Please help us celebrate Brenda Updike as our September Support Staff Member of the Month!  Brenda is currently a Library Paraprofessional for Little Snake River Valley, and she has served LSRV for 21 years.  Brenda continues to build positive relationships with staff members and students through her sense of humor, her frequent smiles, and her willingness to spend time on those who need it.  She works to instill a love of reading in students.  Brenda brings a big heart to work each day, establishing a book club, organizing Dr. Seuss week, and assisting with Cub Scouts (among many other school and community activities).  Thank you, Mrs. Updike, for your passion and hard work!  It is greatly appreciated!


Carbon1 September UNSUNG HERO of the MONTH: CHRIS SAENZ

Please help us celebrate Chris Saenz as our September Unsung Student Hero of the Month.  Chris is a hard-working 6th grader at Little Snake River Valley, and because of his great attitude and tremendous work ethic, he is growing at an incredible rate.  He is a good friend to all, he demonstrates responsibility, and he shows good character in all situations.  Chris models hard work, motivation, and enthusiasm to others at all times.  Thank you, Chris, for your hard work and perseverance!