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Mrs. Alleman has been a great assest to learning institutions around South Lyon for quite a few years! Our own Chelsea had Mrs. Alleman for 5th grade!
Click here to hear Chelsea checking in from Hardy Elementary and Jay and Doni congratulating Mrs. Alleman: Teacher Alleman
Here are some excerpts from the wonderful entries we recieved for Mrs. Alleman:
Laura G.- Mrs. Alleman is the sweetest, most caring teacher. She teaches the curriculum in fun and engaging ways. She is patient and calm with her second graders. She is one of the best teachers my children have ever had. They both loved her and appreciated her kindness. My son says that second grade was his best year ever because of Mrs. Alleman.
Michelle L.- Mrs. Alleman is a second grade teacher at a school with exceptional students including some with special needs. Mrs. Alleman not only treats Emily with the same respect and love that she does all her students, she goes above and beyond to push Emily to be all she can be and teaches Emily and her peers that she can do what they do just a bit differently. Mrs. Alleman is truly a blessing to Emily and our family and so deserves to be your teacher of the week!
We stopped by on Friday and hooked Mrs. Alleman and her fellow teachers up with Dunkin' Donuts treats and coffee! Thanks to Woods Trophies for the sweet plaque!
LADIES! Introducing the Detroit Tigers new manager, Brad Ausmus. You're welcome.
This is what Disney Princesses would look like if they didn't have oversized eyes.
CLICK HERE to see what they would look like. Some of them are WEIRD!!
Jay went as Superman for Halloween every year. His mom made him wear a coat over his awesome costume every year.
Cheryl is a woman in Fargo, North Dakota that won't be passing out candy on Halloween to every kid. She's handing out letters to kids shaming their parents.
What would you do if your child brought this home?
Someone stole a carved pumpkin from two-year-old Tommy and his mom wrote a hilarious sign.
The sign was left on the front porch after Tommy was extremely upset and his parents were livid.
Part of the sign says, "To the person who stole my son's pumpkin. Thank you for the life lesson. This will help teach him that sometimes people are mean for no reason and you just have to brush it off."
Tommy's mom Becky said, "When I told him over lunch on Monday that more people like the sign and are sorry about his pumpkin, he started crying and saying 'Tommy want Tommy pumpkin.' I was livid but recognized there was nothing I could really do to keep him from finding out only his was missing. So I wanted to distract him and shame the thief. They might never see the sign, but the thought made me feel a bit better."
CLICK HERE to see the sign.