Mrs. Tate Recognized as October Teacher Proud Recipient

Mrs. Tate Recognized as October Teacher Proud Recipient
Posted on 10/11/2022
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It's Teacher Proud Tuesday!! Branson Public Schools is excited to join districts across the region and Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts (GOCSD) again for the 2022-23 school year through the Teacher Proud Tuesday campaign.

Branson Schools is happy to recognize Melissa Tate, first grade teacher at Buchanan Elementary, as October's Teacher Proud recipient. Mrs. Tate has been with the district for nine years and was nominated by colleagues and community members to receive this award.
When asked why she is deserving of this honor, Buchanan Elementary Principal Dr. April Hawkins says, "Mrs. Tate exudes love and compassion for all the students and families she serves. She prioritizes building exceptional relationships with student, parents and colleagues alike. It is common to hear the words, 'I love Mrs. Tate' from learners because she makes learning fun and meaningful."
Assistant Principal Jared Howerton says, "Mrs. Tate is one of a kind. The way she truly cares for her students and builds relationships is second to none. She is a GREAT communicator and team player. She always advocates for kids and keeps their best interest at the forefront of all decisions."
Thank you, Mrs. Tate, for being a great leader in education! Your passion for what you do does not go unnoticed. Congratulations!