Mormon Leaders Honor Influential Teachers
Teachers singled out for making a difference in students' lives.
Several teachers were honored March 21 at a Teacher Tribute
sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The teachers were
selected because they had made a positive influence on a senior Mormon student’s
Assemblyman Cameron Smyth and Santa Clarita Councilman Bob
Kellar were among the dignitaries there to thank the teachers for their
dedication and service.
“It was so nice to be a part of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints Teacher Tribute where students came forward to share their
experiences and appreciation for local teachers,” Kellar said. “The teachers in
Santa Clarita have the great responsibility of preparing our young for their
futures and they do a great job.”
The honorees included:
Albert, Linda Clark,
College of the Canyons: Deborah Gear
Private/Home School Teachers: Jeanne Jordan, Patty Padovich,
Stephen Snow, Janet Thompson.
Steve Lindberg, President of the Santa Clarita Stake for the
church was supportive as well.
“We are so honored this evening to have Assemblyman Cameron
Smyth and City Councilman Bob Kellar here to support our youth in paying
tribute to these teachers who have been an influence for good in their lives,” he said.