Teacher of the Year Parade
Quitman Lower Elementary’s kindergarten teacher Mrs. Rhonda Williams has been named Quitman School District’s Teacher of the Year. Her students decided to throw her party, and, with the help of their parents, pulled off a surprise parade last week. When a class throws a parade for a teacher you get to see the love they have for her and the love she feels for them. Click on any of the photos below to better understand what we mean.
“Mrs. Williams is an outstanding kindergarten teacher. She is collaborative, positive, and goes out of her way to reach out and support others in her building. Mrs. Williams has always had high expectations for her students and does everything possible to make sure her students are successful. She is a leader on her team and continues to work hard to plan for her students. Rhonda Williams exemplifies what a great teacher should look like! She is so deserving of this honor!” Mrs. Jana Fleming
“She will help you understand, and she will make you feel better when you are hurt.” Aubrey
“It was when Bradley wrote about Mrs. Williams in the yearbook his senior year that I realized just what an impact she had on him. She makes an impact on her students, she is a great co-worker and really wants to see the WHOLE school succeed. I really appreciate her love for her students!” Mrs. Nikki Reeves
Mrs. Williams likes to take us outside, and I love her so much!” Christopher
“Rhonda is a exceptional teacher who always strives to give her kids the absolute best learning experience as possible. I love getting students from her class because they are always excited and ready to learn. She has been an inspiration to so many students as well as teachers.” Mrs. Toni Dikes
Want to her more about what makes Mrs. Williams the Student Teacher of the Month, the best teacher ever, and the QSD Teacher of the Year? You can watch the movie her current and former students created for her. Just click HERE!