It's a beautiful thing to see people that make up our education system, be there for more than just their passion in the subjects that they teach, or the positions that they were hired for. To not look at our kids as a collective of students, but more so as individual beings, is what separates those that can and will make a difference, to those that aren't likely to. This idea that every kid in attendance can be reached, isn't some idealistic theory, it's actually a very simple concept to those that believe in the souls that fill up the classrooms.
I accepted this Employee Of The Year award proudly, not that I was in need of validation, but knowing that I represent those that not only love what they do, but who they do it for... And to shine light on the importance of how the extra things we do for our kids, is what truly helps guide the paths, and changes the narratives.
Who else would really like to see intergender wrestling in WWE?
You can't convince me Seth and Sasha couldn't put on a classic, or that Asuka v Braun wouldn't be dope af. Charlotte, Paige, Bex, the list goes on!