Evergreen Middle School teacher who died in 2009 is featured
By Deb Hurley Brobst
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 2:09 pm
The documentary “Inspire Me Africa” is aptly named because the film inspires teachers to be better at their craft.
But during a preview showing at Evergreen Middle School last Thursday, the documentary did more than that. It inspired about a dozen EMS teachers to consider revamping their eighth-grade service-learning project to get more students involved globally.
It also inspired them to do even more to honor the memory of Lesley Jankausky, their colleague who was killed in a car accident in December 2009.
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