my neighborhood and how they commemorate deceased teachers

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Where: P.S 216; 350 Avenue X, Brooklyn, New York 11223

Who: Jacki Lanzoff (1981-1993) a dedicated teacher that had a made a difference in the school. Jacki was a teacher, a mentor, a coordinator, and friend. She change lives of many student and staff, through her dedication to teach and most important helping those around her. For this reason, I believe when a teacher is been honored is because that teacher must have been a role model, and Jacki Lanzoff was a role model.

 

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Where: P.S 216; 350 Avenue X, Brooklyn, New York 11223

Who: Sara S. Savage (1965-1986) was also a dedicated teacher, mentor, and friend that had made a difference in the school. Sara tree was the first one to be planted by fellow staff to honor teachers for their hard work and achievements. Her tree impacted me the most, because is the only tree that has a quote “nothing can buy back the splendor in the grass, the glory in the flowers, let us not despair rather, let us rejoice in what remains behind” by percy B. Shelley. For this reason, it seems like Sarah enjoy being outdoors, and love nature and gardening, that she started a trend within the school to plant trees to honored deceased teachers who has made a difference in the school.

 

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