Note from Mr. Davis, 6/14/2017

Note from Mr. Davis
We have had an outstanding year at Guilford!  Mrs. Stahler and I are so extremely proud of the efforts of all of the students.  We have seen growth in each student, not only in math and reading, but also in the way they communicate, the way they problem solve, and the way they support each other throughout the day.  Great job Guilford!
Each year there are changes that impact our Guilford staff, the following staff will be leaving Guilford.  We will miss them and wish them the best!
Candy Beck:  ESOL para-educator, after 30 years at Guilford, Mrs. Beck has decided to retire and looks forward to spending more time with her grandchildren. Congratulations!
Donna Lisano:  4th Grade Para-educator, after 20 years at Guilford, Mrs. Lisano has decided to retire and she looks forward to traveling in the future. Congratulations!
Leigh Croteau:  Special education para-educator, after 20 years at Guilford, Mrs. Croteau has decided to retire and looks forward to relaxing at home with her family.  Congratulations!
Chris Pearman:  5th grade teacher, after 14 years at Guilford, Mrs. Pearman will become a 3rd grade teacher at Hammond Elementary.  We wish her the best!
Jessica Hancock:  .6 PE teacher, after 5 years at Guilford, Ms. Hancock will become the full-time PE teacher at Northfield Elementary.  She is eager to be at one school full time.  Good Luck!
Colleen Morris:  2nd grade teacher, after 15 years at Guilford, Ms. Morris was elected president of the Howard County Educators Association and will begin her duties on July 1st.  She will be a wonderful advocate for all educators.  Best of Luck Ms. Morris.
Throughout the summer, I will be keeping you informed as to any additional changes that may happen with staffing.
Over the summer, don’t forget to read each day, practice your math facts, and find opportunities to write in a journal or send a note to a family member.  We hope everyone has a wonderful summer!


Monday, June 19, 2017 - 12:15pm