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Program Evaluations

Edgewood Elementary

Jon was so awesome with Kevin. Kevin needs love and attention from all the adults in his life. Jon was very consistent in Kevin's life, always coming the same day and the same time. Kevin can be a very angry young man, but the days Jon was coming...He would perk up. Kevin has bad weeks, but Jon was always a welcomed sight for him. Kevin has difficulty expressing his feelings. He will throw things, have tantrums, and completely shut down. Having Jon around gave him a way and an outlet for him to express his feelings in an appropriate manner.

-Andrea Perrow, Teacher

Kourtnea shares excitement when her Elevator comes and seems happier once she returns to class. Don’t stop reaching out. You’re impacting her in ways you can’t see.Thank you for being an inspiration to such an impressionable girl.
-Christina Sleeth, Teacher

Tristen liked to spend time with Lance and I could see an improvement in Tristen's behavior. I have seen Tristen become easier to get along with. I love this program. I like how the Elevators come at lunch and recess, times that give the two an opportunity to talk.
-Amy Casto, Teacher

Savanna knows when Ms. Jeanie is supposed to come and looks forward to her arrival. Savanna enjoys the time they spend together because she comes from a large family. I like the Elevators coming at recess time and lunch time. This allows for a relaxed environment for the student and elevator.
-Amy Castro, Teacher

Jesse is growing with his social skills. He still has some room for growth, but I think he is benefitting from this program. Keep up the good work. We and our students appreciate you!
-Brittany Holmes, Teacher

Amy always brightens Klaira's day! Klaira is excited to see her and always asks when she is coming. Klaira seems to be more confident in herself which translates to her academic performance. I think she enjoys talking with Amy and spending time with an adult whose focus is only on her.
-Sarah Suan, Teacher

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