Congratulations to our Warrior of the Day, Bradley Bittok. Bradley is a junior at Waukee High School. Outside of school, Bradley enjoys playing basketball, lifting weights, and art of all kinds. Bradley was nominated by Mr. Werley who shared that he loved the creative approach that Bradley brought to ideas in his class every day.
Warrior of the Day: This is Mr. Werley, one of our English 3 and English Concepts teachers. Outside of school, he enjoys spending time with his wife, his daughter, who was born in December, and their dogs. He also likes to read, cook, listen to music, run, garden, and play board games or do puzzles. In the summer, his family enjoys traveling to different baseball stadiums--they've been to 20 so far. His favorite quote is, "You get to consciously decide what has meaning and what doesn't." To him, this sums up why learning matters, and also suggests that we are much more in control of our perspective and our lives than we sometimes might think. Mr. Werley was nominated by Tenea Alexander.
Warrior of the Day: Tenea Alexander is a junior at Waukee High School. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with her family, hanging out with friends, reading and writing, volunteering at her church, and working with kids. One of her favorite quotes is, “Always be kind.” She loves this quote as a reminder that what you say and do always impacts others. Tenea was nominated by Ms. Calvert.
Warrior of the Day: Laura Calvert is a teacher in the FCS Department at Waukee High School. Outside of school she enjoys spending time with her family, coaching, horseback riding, and cheering on the Dallas Cowboys and ISU Cyclones. One of her favorite quotes is “Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to to continue that counts.” - Winston Churchill. Laura was nominated by Kyle Strack.
Warrior of the Day: This is Tech Ed teacher Kyle Strack. Outside of school Mr. Strack enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids. He notes the importance of safety in his metals and woods classrooms. Mr. Strack was nominated by Mr. Folsom.