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Peralta teacher wins $6000 supply donation for her class


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  • Veronica Sanchez and Katie Francis/Cartwright School District

Tracy Wagner, A Fourth Grade Teacher At Peralta Elementary, Was Selected By SunTec Concrete Corporation To Receive $6,000 In Supplies For Her School. Supplies Included Uniforms For Students, Literature, Paper, Toner, Computer Cartridges, CleaTracy Wagner, A Fourth Grade Teacher At Peralta Elementary, Was Selected By SunTec Concrete Corporation To Receive $6,000 In Supplies For Her School. Supplies Included Uniforms For Students, Literature, Paper, Toner, Computer Cartridges, Cleaners And Science Supplies. Photo Courtesy Cartwright School District

Holiday gift-giving started early in the Cartwright School District. On Tuesday, November 24,  Tracy Wagner, a fourth grade teacher at Peralta Elementary, was selected by SunTec Concrete Corporation to receive $6,000 in supplies for her school. Supplies included uniforms for students, literature, paper, toner, computer cartridges, cleaners and science supplies.

Principal Jennifer Botello explained, “Ms. Wagner was nominated for the award by some of the parents in the school community. She was recognized for her generosity in education and because she is an outstanding teacher who makes a difference in her students’ lives.”

Peralta teacher wins $6000 supply donation for her class SunTec-ConcreteDonatestoTracyWagnersClassHP

Tracy Wagner, a fourth grade teacher at Peralta Elementary, was selected by SunTec Concrete Corporation to receive $6,000 in supplies for her school. Supplies included uniforms for students, literature, paper, toner, computer cartridges, cleaners and science supplies. Photo courtesy Cartwright School District

Employees from SunTec visited the school to deliver the supplies and congratulate her in person. She is one of hundreds of teachers who work tirelessly to provide quality education to the Cartwright students each day.

Wagner said, “At times teaching is a very difficult and thankless job. Acts of generosity like this remind me that I can always make a difference in my students’ lives. I love teaching because I can be that voice in their head that tells them that they are important and can succeed. I love to instill the quest for knowledge and inquiry in my students, that’s what’s fun to watch!”

The Cartwright Elementary School District No.83, located in the West Valley, serves more than 19,000 students in 20 elementary schools. Cartwright School District is a community of learners with a focus on results collaborating to the unique learning needs of every child by closing the achievement gap and exceeding state and national standards. Learning for All, Every Child, Every School, Every Day. For more information, visit the district’s website, www.csd83.org.