Our November Knight (Dame) may be in her “middle ages”, but she has the youthfulness and enthusiasm of a young squire. Every day she is here assisting any and all staff members, as they prepare for battle.
Every day she rides an evil green dragon to work (City Bus) and still possesses the energy to slay the monsters lurking in the dungeons of JMAC (1st Floor).
She is always eager and willing to try out a new lesson in the classroom whether she is creating a fun art project with the kids or whipping up some of her famous, Who Beast Stew.
By leaps and bounds, she has been the most apt to reach and communicate with our most foreign speaking serfs, if you will. Without her patience and perseverance, the rest of us would still be wondering what Jasmine was thinking or asking for.
She truly cares for each and every child and the children know it. Whether the student is receiving a hug or they are getting a bop on the forehead, they have the same smiles on their faces because they know at that moment that they are loved.
On behalf of the staff of James Madison Academic Campus, I would like to congratulate Ms. Baxter, who will, from this point forward, be referred to as Lady Knight Baxter.
– In the words of Mrs. Sarah Ramlow, Special Education
Transition Coordinator / Department Chair
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