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Alvord ISD Student Spotlights for Saturday, March 2, 2019

Published Saturday, March 2, 2019
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Aislyn Biggars

ALVORD ELEMENTARY

Aislyn Biggars

Grade: 1

Parents: Jeff and Amanda Biggars

Favorite subject: art

Hobbies: Playing on the tablet and going to ballet. She also likes to play hide-and-go-seek.

“Aislyn is a very hardworking student and a kind friend to her classmates. She always tries to do her best at school. She has some great stories that she shares with us sometimes about her animals at home.” – Principal Bridget Williams

Trenton Clem

ALVORD HIGH SCHOOL

Trenton Clem

Grade: 9

Parents: James and Misty McMullen

Favorite subject: athletics and ag

Hobbies: horseback riding and showing animals

“Trenton is a freshman and has overcome many obstacles to get where he is today. Trenton is involved in ag. He has also been one of our main student trainers that help by doing duties during football and basketball season. Trenton is an asset to AHS.” – Principal Aaron Tefertiller

Kimberly Maag

EDUCATOR SPOTLIGHT

Kimberly Maag

Position: second grade teacher

Family: husband Kris; sons Kory and Jake; daughter Taylor; dogs Mako and Gunnar

Experience: “This is my 23rd year of teaching. I taught third grade for one year, first grade for 19 years, and I am in my third year of second grade.”

Hobbies: “I spend most of my time taking my high schooler from one activity to another. When I am not running around with her, I enjoy reading, actual running, spending time with my family and watching Netflix.”

Why did you choose education as a profession?: “When I was a young girl, I loved when my teachers would give me their extra worksheets, workbooks or books they weren’t using anymore. I would use them to play school at home. There was one particular teacher, Miss Cook, that I adored, and I was lucky enough to get to have her for both third and fourth grade. I always imagined that I would be like her when I grew up. “There are many great things about being a teacher, but the “aha” moments that I see when a child finally understands something has to be one of the best! These moments validate all of the hard work that teachers put in on a daily basis, and they make all of it worth it!”

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