Weeds into wildflowers
Our dear friend, Lynette, recently passed away. It was a shock. I’m still not sure I’ve comprehended our loss. I can’t tell you how many times something has happened, and I make a mental note to call Lynette ... only to quickly remind myself I can’t do that anymore. My heart still aches and probably always will.
Lynette Ivey was best known in this area as an educator. She taught school in the Princeton Elementary School District for many years, and she was a great teacher. She was one of those teachers who started the day long before many of her colleagues arrived, and she was the one who was still working in her classroom long after many of her colleagues had gone home for the evening.
Any student who had Lynette as a teacher was clearly impacted by her. A traditional teacher from years gone by, she had great hopes and expectations for her young students, and they didn’t disappoint her. They embraced learning and loved it — many times because Lynette had gone that extra mile to make learning interesting, within their young grasp, and of course, fun.
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