Hammond High honors teacher Bob Jenkins

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December 15, 1998|By Natalie Harvey | Natalie Harvey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

BOB JENKINS was selected as Hammond High School's Teacher of the Month for November.

Jenkins was nominated by fellow teachers for "his energy and commitment" to students.

He works with the ninth-grade social studies team, and he devotes much of his time and energy to the school's "It's Academic" team.

The "It's Academic" team won the Baltimore regional competition, besting 80 other teams.

Jenkins has set up an innovative project -- Web pages that help students with studying and homework.

The Parent Teacher Student Association featured Jenkins in its "Golden Notes" and presented him with with an award.

This is Jenkins' second year at the school.

Season for giving

In this season of giving, students at Guilford and Jeffers Hill Elementary schools wanted to offer a helping hand to Hondurans who were victims of Hurricane Mitch.

The school has pitched in with a "Pennies Can Help" collection, coordinated by art teacher Mark Luce.

The total collected, $535, was presented to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

Third-graders at Guilford Elementary School wanted to help the Honduran relief effort, too. Instructional assistant Candy Beck reports that the children have collected $43.31.

Winter concert

Jeffers Hill Elementary's winter concert is at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Families and friends are sure to be thrilled when they hear the students' vocal and instrumental performances.

The fifth-grade chorus is directed by Elizabeth Becker.

Second-year band is led by Wayne Binder, and first-, second- and third-year string instrument students are directed by Margo Guillory.

Pub Date: 12/15/98

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