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Mrs. Wilson is BCSD Employee of the Month

November 1, 2018
By Principal Nathan Williams
Valley View Elementary

Mrs. Dallas Wilson
Mrs. Dallas Wilson teaches computer lab, oversees state testing and has taken on the yearbook duties for Valley View Elementary. Although this is her first year with us she is already a key member to our well-established team. Enough so that she has been named the Boundary County School District 101 Classified Employee of the Month for October!

The students at Valley View appreciate, “that Ms. Dallas lets us play fun games and she is very nice.” Another student said, “she lets us learn about computers and typing, and she is always kind and answers my questions.” Lastly, another student stated that, “she is a really nice teacher and I like that she does new things with us.”

The staff at Valley View are impressed with her work ethic and what a great team player she is.

“She always has a great attitude and extremely helpful,” one staff member said. Another colleague wrote, “she goes above and beyond her duties and is a wonderful problem solver.” A third team member wrote,” she makes learning fun for the students and is always organized, which helps simplify the educational process both for students and staff.”

Mrs. Wilson said that her favorite part of teaching is getting to know each of the students, and seeing them grow each and every day.

"Watching them get excited to use computers and learn new concepts gets me excited as well!”

Mrs. Wilson lives in Yaak, Montana, with her husband, one-year-old daughter, two llamas, a mastiff and 30 chickens. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family watching movies or enjoying their miniature farm. She also enjoys reading science fiction novels, watching Hallmark movies and traveling.

BCSD 101 is very lucky to have Mrs. Dallas Wilson within our district educating and supporting our students.

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