Temmer reflects on her time at Lewis-Palmer

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Temmer reflects on her time at Lewis-Palmer

"I love the culture at this school, It think there's a nice balance. Of just a really good staff and students."

"I love the culture at this school, It think there's a nice balance. Of just a really good staff and students."

"I love the culture at this school, It think there's a nice balance. Of just a really good staff and students."

Samantha Wilkins, Ranger Review Reporter

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Mrs. Temmer has been working here at Lewis Palmer for two years now. She works in the special education department as a case manager and a teacher. Temmer talks about her experiences working at Lewis Palmer and her love for teaching . She talks about her time in the military and what that was like. 

“I love the culture at this school, I think there’s a nice balance of just a really good staff and students. With a great focus but an interest in being very good in academics and extracurricular activities, there is a nice balance and culture here. One of the things I’ve learned from students is grace and forgiveness. I think everybody is willing to give you a second chance and it’s just a very productive atmosphere. I would want to find out what was causing them to struggle and empower that student the best possible way to maybe help them find their own solution to the problem. I love working in the special education department because I get to work with students each and everyday, individually and in small groups. I think it is an effective way to teach students and progress. I retired from the military with 30 plus years of experience. Then I started helping people from different walks of life, so that really inspired me to get into special education.”

 

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