Spanish teacher Ronald Wilber understands that, 10 years from now, most of his students won’t remember the rules he taught them about where to place a direct object pronoun in a sentence.
And that’s all right.
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Elementary education: Linda Petuch, a fifth-grade science resource and lab teacher at Pine Jog Elementary in West Palm Beach
Middle school: Ronald Wilber, a Spanish teacher at Wellington Landings Middle School in Wellington
Senior high: Lea Jefferson, an American history, economics and government teacher at Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts in West Palm Beach
Special programs: Diana Embick, a third-grade teacher of special needs students at Beacon Cove Intermediate School in Jupiter
Career education: Tracey Kouf, instructor of the early childhood teacher academy at Santaluces High School in suburban Lantana