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Lewis-Palmer School District #38 Teacher Spotlight: Deb Hulting LPSD Upcoming Events July 4: District Closed July 4: Palmer Lake July 4h Fun Run, 7am., Palmer Lake August 20: Board of Education Mecting, 6 p.m. August 21: First Day of School As a kindergarten teacher at Monument Academy Deb Hulting appreciates how invested her parents are e children's education BomandaisedStudents Access Outdoor in Baltimore, Maryland, she earned her bachelor degree n elementary education and special cducation from Lovola of Maryland and taught in Lewis-Palmer School District 38s summer the Education in the Summer By Jonathan Silva, Palmer Ridge High School Student area's schools school program commenced at Palmer Ridge High School in Junc. "We are full this year, which In 2007, Hulting and her family moved to Colorado is good," said Kim Sandoval, a Palmer Ridge and chose Monument because of the great schools assistant principal oversecing summer school. and incredible school district. Deb stayed homeThe courses include online learning, according to raising her kids for a few years, but this self- Sandoval who says, Tis year, all of our summer proclaimed "science nerd" missed being in the school] classes are running online with teachers classroom. Her favorite parts of teaching are support. We call that a blended learning effect. figuring out how kids learn and meeting their needs in an inclusive environment. She loves kindergartenIn addition to traditional English and math hiking, biking, and rock climbing. "My favorite because her kiddos are learning how to be students,offerings, one of the highlights of the summer was the hikes, the scenery was amazing, said and she is learning their motivations for learningschool program is the Outdoor Education Brennan Rapaport, Lewis-Palmer High School and establishing connections that will benefit them course run by Gregory Long who teaches at sophomore. "My favorite was the waterfall we throughout their education years Photo by Jonathan Silva both D38 high schools during the school year. hiked to on Thursday June 7, it was beautiful "I started doing Outdoor Education in 2006 as Deb uses a variety of props and songs to help herpart of the Options 38 program. We added t to " signed up for lOutdoor Ed.] because a lot of students remember important concepts. She utilizes summer school last year," said Long, Students my friends were doing it, and it was my last PE some sign language to help her students lear then Outdoor Education participate in yoga, credit, so I figured I might as well just finish it Pledge of Allegiance. She wants all her students to feel safe and loved. She knows that this is important to parents as el. She identifies with this as she is the parent of three students in the district. Deb loves that Lewis-Palmer School District 38 focuses on the classroom, the students, and the small-town feel of, said Leah Dunphey, Palmer Ridge senior. I'd recommend the course because it's quick and much more fun than a whole semester of running or sports indoors. I wouldn't recommend it to kids who aren't very outdoorsy or dislike hiking and fast-paced outdoor activities, but if you like Monument. Photo by Brennan Rapaport those things, it's great.