Congratulations Teri Sweet of Lang Ranch Elem. - Our November Teacher of the Month
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Congratulations Teri Sweet of Lang Ranch Elem. - Our November Teacher of the Month

A class that laughs together, celebrates together, and learns together is at the heart of Teri Sweet’s first grade classroom at Lang Ranch Elementary School. She looks at each student, sees their potential and their strengths, and builds them up for success. We are proud to call Ms. Sweet our November 2019 Teacher of the Month!

Ms. Sweet, a veteran in the classroom, has been an educator at Lang Ranch Elementary School for 17 years. She possesses the talent and passion for meeting students at their individual levels, and adjusts her schedule, teaching, and assignments to meet students’ needs. She continually shows flexibility and willingness to take on the most challenging of assignments.

She cultivates a classroom environment where her students can thrive in an organized and creative setting. She provides structure, and predictability combined with a unique personalization to support student engagement and learning. She enjoys watching her students take ownership for their learning.  

She supports her students by meeting and regularly communicating with families, getting their input and bringing them along as a partner in their child’s education. She partners successfully, and is always an enthusiastic members of the team.

On Tuesday, December 10, 2019 the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Conejo Valley Unified School District surprised Ms. Sweet with the November Teacher of the Month recognition at the school’s regularly scheduled staff meeting. Jeanne Valentine, CVUSD Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources presented Ms. Sweet with a commemorative plaque. Members of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce were also on hand to present gifts of gratitude form their local businesses/organizations to Ms. Sweet. Congratulations!

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