Our teachers at Pachappa are amazing! 

They show enthusiasm and a great passion for why they chose to be in the teaching profession. 

Here are some of their statements:

My purpose is to show kids that they aren't stuck being "bad" at something. With the right attitude and hard work, every child can succeed.
I want to instill the LOVE of learning into my students.
My mom instilled in me the necessity of a good education so that I would have more opportunities than she had. I owe so much to my excellent education, and I want the same for all the students who come through my door. I love my relationship with my kids - I feel that is my strength because my kids always know that they are valued, loved, and respected.
To give back and help my community thrive.
I want to help students believe in themselves.
My why are the kiddos, each and everyone of them and the a-ha moments!
I want students to be able to feel like they are part of a community and that they have something worthwhile to contribute, no matter their academic abilities.
To make a difference in a child's life.
To help create a love for learning in children. Especially in reading! I have fond memories of my Dad taking me to the public library and reading me stories.
I teach because kids will become adults. They will be our leaders. It's so necessary for the people deciding the future of our planet to be independent, knowledgeable, creative, and compassionate.
To make a difference to those students that yearn for teacher approval or attention.
Sowing seeds for future writers and thinkers
I have always loved working with young children. I want to create a place where they can go and feel loved and accepted. I want them to experience success when learning and realize learning can be fun. I want to do all I can to help them be the best version of themselves possible.
I teach because it fills my heart! I am committed to providing my students with opportunities for them to grow academically, socially, and emotionally. But most of all, I am committed to providing a safe and loving place for them to come everyday!
  What I would want a shy student to say about me at the end of the year would be, "She was tough, but fair. Her expectations were high. But she made me believe I could reach them. She treated me with respect and showed me that I am important."

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