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Winners announced for March’s Golden Apple Awards

BRIDGEPORT, OH (WTRF) — She teaches with kindness and believes in mutual respect.

These are the two mottos this March’s Golden Apple Award winner and Bridgeport Middle School teacher lives by every day.

Like the words on the wall, Ann Huberty-Lawson, principal of Bridgeport Middle School, says compassion is the word that comes to mind when describing ELA teacher Beth Ann Albeau. .

“She’s an inspiration. She wants to see the best in her students. She’s very calm, cool, has a positive attitude and understands kids very well.”

Anne Haverty Lawson, Principal of Bridgeport Middle School

According to Haverty Lawson, Mrs. Albaugh has a strong desire for her students to learn more through reading.

“You have to read to learn. It’s very different when you’re reading a book while taking a college class than when you’re reading a book on the beach.” We hope that you will aspire to read in a comfortable classroom environment.

Anne Haverty Lawson, Principal of Bridgeport Middle School

“I just want my classroom to feel welcome. I like them to feel comfortable. We want them to feel that this is part of them, just as they are. I want them to be able to focus on their work.

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

A 1979 graduate of Bridgeport High School, Mrs. Albeau values ​​being part of the school community.

She remembers, in fact, that her 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Floyd, was largely responsible for her love of reading.

“Every day after lunch, she would read Nancy Drew to our class. Even today, when I am with my classmates, I am reminded of the love of reading that she inspired and that we, and I talk about my love for Nancy Drew’s books…it’s just one of my favorite childhood memories.”

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

She says reading is a skill that needs to be practiced.

“Kids are all watching how teachers handle situations and how teachers respond to children. You have to grow.”

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

Realistic fiction is this ELA teacher’s favorite genre.

She says these kinds of stories resemble real-life characters and how they deal with real-life situations.

“Children learn how to deal with things that may have already happened or may happen in the future.”

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

Wall-to-wall books, an entire library of learning that 5th graders have entirely at their fingertips.

This year’s favorite selection includes books wonder.

“It’s approachable and has a good message about kindness and its importance, and the importance of not judging a book by its cover. It takes time to really get to know a person’s strengths and weaknesses.” All in all, a good book, highly recommended.”

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

Check out this relaxing atmosphere.

“With dim lighting, she creates the perfect atmosphere for her students. In this little stand, Mrs. Albeau keeps books, a lamp, and even her own spectacles.

“I just want my classroom to feel welcome. I like them to feel comfortable. We want them to feel that this is part of them, just as they are. I want them to be able to focus on their work.

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

Teacher Albaugh believes in building relationships with students.

“The more they know me, the better I know them. I can help them develop their strengths and develop their weaknesses. The more I respect them, the harder they work for me, and I value that.”

Beth Ann Arbor, Golden Apple Award Winner

Mrs Albeau says she has read at least 1,000 books in her lifetime, but has yet to write a book of her own.

If she were to write a book, she says the target audience would be young teachers and those considering becoming teachers.

https://www.wtrf.com/bridgeport-high-school/marchs-golden-apple-award-recipient-puts-the-word-read-in-reading/ Winners announced for March’s Golden Apple Awards

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