Mrs. Pierce is a Recess Supervisor at our school. She has worked in education for over 20 years. When asked what the best part of her job is, she responded, “The kids are the best part. They are the best.” When Mrs. Pierce is not at school, she enjoys being with her grandson and also likes to attend garage sales. Her favorite movies are Michael and Urban Cowboy. Collecting replicas of Mickey Mouse and manatees are some of her favorite pasttimes. We are so glad she is a part of our school!
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Fox Chef Kelsey Stafford presented an original Log Cabin Sandwich, Fox Chef Emma Speer had a yummy Bext Bacon Sandwich, and Fox Chef Kailey Paul had a tastey Crunchy Butter Banana Sandwich.
Students at Dorothy Fox came to school Monday, March 17th to the sound of bag pipes thanks to a visit by Fox Grandma Kyle. A former school counselor in Gig Harbor, she has been playing the bag pipes for 10 years and she surprised the school with her beautiful music.
She followed up with talking about the bag pipes on the Fox morning news and showing her instrument up close to the students.
It was the Top O’ the Morning for us on this day of Irish Green!
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Martha Cocklin-1st grade teacher
Ms. Cocklin has been an educator for over 20 years and her 1st grade students feel like she is “the best teacher in the whole wide world.” When Martha is at school, she enjoys meeting with her collegues over lunch. This gives her a chance to take a few deep breaths from her busy day. Not very many people know that Ms. Cocklin had an amazing childhood growing up in the country. She spent time climbing trees, building forts, riding horses and tubing in the Lewis River. She loves to spend her weekends reading, yoga-ing, walking or hiking with friends, and her dog. She recently read a book called, Dog On It by Spencer Quinn. It is a mystery story told from the point-of-view of the dog. We are so glad that Ms. Cocklin is a part of our school staff!
That’s right – the CEF Auction never sleeps. Believe it or not, preparations for the 2014 Auction are well underway. In fact, the date and venue have already been secured, but one piece is missing: a co-chair for the committee. Or maybe we should say a dynamic co-chairing duo. Three-year alum Mandy Huth has committed to co-chairing this year’s auction in a supporting role, but she needs a person who will take over the reins. If you have been looking for a good way to get seriously involved in fundraising in Camas, this may be the job for you! See this job description for more detail about what’s involved, and contact Mandy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are at all curious.