This week we are spotlighting Cynthia Hauler, a Leveled Literacy Instructor at Eastmont Elementary.
Cynthia has been with the district for 20 years. This year, she has spent much of her time on reading intervention for 3rd-grade students. She is also a Technology Coordinator and Test Coordinator.
The best part about her job is teaching students to read who don’t particularly want to read at first. Sometimes, students simply do not understand it, they have a difficult time with the process or say they do not want to learn to read. Although it can sometimes be a challenge, when students finally overcome what is holding them back and realize they are able to read, they are thrilled. Despite the challenge of this work, the rewards are plentiful, Cynthia said.
Cynthia is excited for students to return to in-person learning because face-to-face engagement is a large part of her work. She enjoys getting to know her students and making sure they know she believes in them and will not give up on them.
Her nominator said she is a hidden hero because she consistently puts in more work than most people are aware of to help students succeed. During COVID, she has also picked up many other responsibilities to keep the building running smoothly, and her colleagues are truly grateful for her efforts.
Thank you for your dedication to helping all students succeed!
Who should be featured in our next Hidden Hero Spotlight? Nominate staff members or departments here: bit.ly/HiddenHeroSpotlight
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