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Peers say she’s a great advocate for students – one of the reasons why they voted her the school’s Teacher of the Year.
After 40 year of teaching she still shapes lessons to challenge students to see math in exciting ways.
Students value his dedication– and love the fact he graduated from Riverdale High School and is back to teach.
She helps students become tech savvy — which they love.
Students love how his lessons are interactive and fun.
Students love how much fun she brings to the classroom.
She’s compassionate, going as far as purchasing clothing for students in need.
She’s been with the school for 37 years, helping students and teachers reach their full potential.
Parents appreciate how she tutors students who struggle with math concepts until they master the material.
She uses art projects to help students visualize lessons.
She created a program to help public school students make an easier transition to the private school setting.
Test scores prove her methods help students better prepare for the future.
Peers say she excels with students because she was once an ELL student herself and understands the challenges.
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She challenges and encourages students to meet goals. and when they succeed she praises them, building their confidence.
Despite a cancer diagnosis she’s teaching while undergoing treatment.
Natalie Cranford is a fifth grade teacher at Portland Gateview elementary in Sumner County. Students say she’s inspirational, pushing them t…
Parents say she sees the diamond in the rough, equipping students to succeed both on and off stage.
She helps toddlers develop fine motor and speech skills. She even teaches them sign language.