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R. J. Richey is proud to announce our November GEM Featured Photo

R. J. Richey is proud to announce our November GEM

Please help RJ congratulate Traci Sumwalt as R.J. Richey's GEM for the Month of November!

Ms. Sumwalt serves students and staff as our Focus instructional partner, and her exceptional dedication and commitment to her role as a Behavior IP is second to none! Traci consistently goes above and beyond the call of duty to support our teachers and students without hesitation. Her unwavering determination and genuine care for the students she works with are evident in her daily efforts. She approaches her role with a remarkable level of determination, even when faced with challenging situations.One of Traci's best qualities is her ability to establish positive and meaningful relationships with our students. Her dedication to building trust and

rapport with them is unparalleled. These connections she forges play a pivotal role in helping our students achieve at greater levels, both academically and socially. Traci's impact is not only felt in the classroom but throughout the entire school environment, where her influence fosters a culture of support and growth.

RJ Richey is incredibly fortunate to have Traci Sumwalt as a part of our team. Her contributions make our school a better place, and her positive influence will have a lasting impact on the lives of our students!
January GEM! Featured Photo

January GEM!

Congratulations to RJR's GEM of Appreciation for January, Mrs. Cindi Evans! Ms. Evans teaches 4th grade Reading, Language, and Social Studies at RJ Richey and constantly is working hard to help students set goals and see and feel success.

Ms. Evans was nominated multiple times for this recognition, and we'd love to share a few of the nominations with all of our BCISD family about why Mrs. Evans is this month's GEM:
She has had such a significant impact not only on the kids in her classroom, but throughout the community of Burnet as well. In the classroom especially, she uses engaging and hands-on lessons to make difficult content easier to understand and students always leave her classroom excited about learning. She is dedicated to helping her students grow, and makes real world connections in her classroom!

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