Profesionales en educación del área de Huntsville, Alabama, se reunieron en un retiro de verano para discutir maneras de equilibrar frustraciones en nuestras escuelas, familias, y comunidades. Pensábamos que todos usamos el baño durante el día, de manera que este acto simbólico de descargar los desperdicios tóxicos de nuestros cuerpos es esencial para establecer relaciones saludables dentro y fuera de la escuela o del trabajo. Aprecie este saludable libro escrito por diez maestros (“entrenadores”) del área de Huntsville, Alabama—esperamos que le ayuda a USTED a descargar aquellos problemas que lo atan, para que pueda IR CON LA CORRIENTE.
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Mrs. Dion McNeal-Lucas is an alumnus and athletic hall of fame track and field thrower from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). She earned two bachelor's degrees—one in mathematics and secondary education—and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction from UMKC. Mrs. Lucas is a veteran math teacher and wellness coach with more than 15 years of experience. She is the former math department chair at Grissom High School in Huntsville, Alabama, and was awarded 2018 Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Lucas is a professional drummer and percussionist who enjoys integrating music into her lesson plans. She is active in the music ministry at First Missionary Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama. She is also a published author and songwriter, and you may visit www.MrsDionLucas.com to learn more about her books and music. Her favorite song is titled “Ordinary People” by Danniebelle Hall because she likes to be an ordinary person doing extraordinary things for her community and country.
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