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Meet Caitlyn Adler
Thompson is a small, close-knit community that fosters strong relationships among students, school faculty, families and members of the community. Teachers here are encouraged to spend time building relationships with their students and creating a positive environment for learning. Because the grade and class sizes are smaller, there are more opportunities for individualized instruction and student-centered learning. Faculty members are also provided with many opportunities for professional development throughout the school year. Another thing that makes Thompson schools unique is that the elementary, middle, and high school are all connected within the same complex. I love getting to know each of my students and seeing them grow from year to year as they progress through the high school.
Why I Teach
When I was younger, I had always imagined myself as possibly becoming an educator. I enjoyed school and admired many of the teachers I had in class throughout elementary school. However, I credit my desire to be a secondary English teacher most to my 7th grade ELA teacher. Her bubbly personality and passion for the subject she taught truly appealed to me. She made learning fun and motivated even the most reluctant students to read and write with enthusiasm. From that moment on, I knew that I wanted to have the same impact on a class of my own some day.
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