Camden's Soaring Eagles!

Do you know a Camden staff member who consistently goes above and beyond for your student?

We want your input as to who is going out of their way to provide exceptional opportunities for your child! It could be office staff, bus drivers, custodial staff or instructional staff. Provide details about one of “Camden’s Soaring Eagles” and we will share it with everyone! Email your thoughts to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Mrs. Kahmann, Art Teacher 

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"A note of appreciation is a small gesture of appreciation for the LARGE impact Mrs. Kahmann has had in helping our 4th grade son make the transition to elementary school (from being home-schooled).  As a related arts teacher, it may be less common for these teachers to have such a connection with students since they do not have the same opportunity to interact with their students on a daily basis.  Nevertheless, Mrs. Kahmann has gone above and beyond our expectations in encouraging our son in his pursuit of art.  Yet, more importantly than the opportunity she has afforded him to do art beyond the scope of the normal school day, she has become an artistic mentor and advocate for him in his pursuit of learning and sharing his artwork.  What I appreciate most about Mrs. Kahmann is the way that her attention to our son and his creative passion is something she genuinely cares about and desires to see flourish.  Simply put, she cares about our son!  We appreciate how she validates his creativity and demonstrates care and attentiveness to his interests."  
 
Mrs. Tackett and Mrs. Sweasy, Kindergarten
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"I would also like to extend a brief note in recognition of Mrs. Tackett and Mrs. Sweasy.  We had some apprehension with our son being at school this first year with his exuberant energy and restless disposition.  Not only has our son found a haven away from home, but he has found many days of successful interactions and academic progress.  Both Mrs. Tackett and Mrs. Sweasy take time to write notes to our son with words of encouragement and praise in recognition of his efforts and growth.  This has served to promote his positive interactions and stir his confidence in an instructional setting.  We appreciate these communications as it gives us something to recognize and reinforce at home.  Thanks!"
 
Mrs. Allen, 4th Grade
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"I am thankful to have a teacher like Mrs. Allen because she makes all things fun. I also like how she is very comforting when I need her the most. She always makes me smile. I always love her stories. She is always the teacher I want and need. I know something for sure, she is as sweet as can be for me. She makes school like home."
 
 
Mrs. Moosbrugger, 2nd Grade 
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Mrs. Moosbrugger always goes above and beyond for her students. She is very patient and kind in every interaction with the children. She goes out of her way to make each child feel special in her classroom. During our parent conference we were concerned about our son’s speech and how it affects him in the classroom. Mrs. M assured us that she will go to great lengths to make sure he gets the help he needs. Her thoughtfulness and dedication to  our son spoke volumes. We are very lucky that Camden Station provides such wonderful and gifted teachers. Thanks Mrs. Moosbrugger for going the extra mile to boost our child’s confidence both in and out of school.”
 

 

Ms. Davidson, Speech Pathologist

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"As part of her speech evaluation, Ms. Davidson tested and retested our son's hearing.  She even went back to his records a year ago.  She double checked with the school nurse on her findings.  Because of Ms. Davidson, our son was tested by an ENT.  The doctor recommended hearing aids for both ears.  Without Ms. Davidson, who knows if he would have ever been diagnosed... his education can only improve from here...."


Ms. Pfeifer, 5th Grade
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"Ms. Pfeifer has encouraged and pushed our son so much this school year.  She keeps him interested and excited about school.  She also answers emails at all hours of the evening! What a dedicated educator!"
 

Ms. Hull, Music Teacher

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"After a school day in which they had the chance to go to music, my children are always excited to tell me about it!  Ms. Hull has inspired a love for music in my children.  They enjoy her sense of humor and the positive environment she has created in her classroom.  She recognizes the individual strengths of each student and shows them that she cares.  They are learning so much from her and enjoying it in the process!"

 
Ms. Bean, 3rd Grade
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"Ms. Bean is such a dedicated teacher. She seems to seek out innovative ways to teach our children. I appreciate the many different teaching strategies she uses to get her students excited about learning.  My child has been very eager to learn this year thanks to Ms. Bean.  She has created a classroom environment where students feel comfortable working together as they learn and treat each other with respect.  We are so happy she came to Camden!"
 
 
Ms. Tackett, Kindergarten
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"Ms. Tackett has a gift for making children feel special and loved, even after they graduate from her classroom!  Her classroom is one in which students feel safe and eager to learn.  She teaches kids to be good listeners and respectful students.  Ms. Tackett recognizes the needs and strengths of each of her students.  Our family has been so blessed to have her as a teacher!"
 
 
Ms. Charlene, Office Manager

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We would like to recognize our office manager, Mrs. Charlene Jennings! She is by far one of the hardest workers we have ever met! She truly has a passion for her students/staff! She is always so welcoming and greets those around her with a smile! We believe everyone can learn something from "Mrs. Charlene!"

 

 

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

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Camden Station kindergartners and 1st graders celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday this week. The library was decked out for a party fit for the famous author. Students were read Dr. Seuss books and got to do an activity related to one of his books. These kindergartners sorted colored goldfish and graphed the results.dr8

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