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Students, teachers honored for excellence

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Top Left Photo: United States National Guard Captain Roselyn Johnson was the guest speaker at the Ruston Kiwanis Terrific Kids Rewards Program. Top Middle Photo: Students in Amy Pilgreen’s room work on laptop computers in their ’70s gear. Top Right Photo: I.A. Lewis 4-Hers Fredren Payne and Donald Johnson III examine a statue of a cow while learning about Louisiana agriculture at the Louisiana State Fair. Bottom Left Photo: Lincoln Parish teachers who made presentations at the 2011 Words at the Best Literacy Conference at I.A. Lewis include (left to right) Sheree Cramer (Hillcrest), Patricia Beard (Hillcrest), Amy Gaines (IAL), Becky Sutherland (Hillcrest), Stanley Lewis (IAL), Cindy Kranz (Hillcrest), Katherine Walker (RJHS), Roxanne Holton (RJHS) and Kayla Walthall (RJHS). Bottom Middle Photo: Pictured is I.A. Lewis September Ram Star Emma-Claire Stephenson. Bottom Right Photo: Science classes learn by doing as students conduct scientific experiments.

Teacher of the Year

We want to congratulate Holly Payton for being selected by her peers to be I.A. Lewis Teacher of the Year 2011-12. Payton teaches sixth grade science. She is known for her classroom management and ability to communicate new science concepts in an understanding way. Many hands-on experiments and higher order questioning encourage her students to succeed.
Payton is a team player and plans regularly with the science department to ensure the rigor and relevance of the science curriculum at I.A. Lewis. We are very excited that Payton was chosen and wish her well in the district competition.

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