Do you know a teacher who cares about their students like Clint does?

It's easy to see the quick sand, but we fail to see what has refused to drown.

Some students may not have food on their plate, or the latest fashions to sport on their backs. Some may not have a stable family, or household. But at the end of the day, a student is a student full of potential. This uplifting teacher looks past the struggles of his students, and instead of defining students by their worst, chooses to define them by the resilience, perseverence, and motivation that they demonstrate on a daily basis. Teachers have the power to impact every child's outlook and perspective on life and work. Let's take a moment to appreciate our teachers.

"My students have turned my classroom into a symphony of second chances"


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Child Health 2.0

Principal Investigator Dr. Colleen Davison

Department of Public Health Sciences

Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, CA

Tel: (613) 533-6000x79518

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