Sgt. 1st Class Stephen Lewis Motivates Young People to be Better Citizens

Sgt. 1st Class Stephen Lewis nearly retired at the end of last school year. He left a successful JROTC program at Sale Creek High, only to be called back into service at Sequoyah High. His commitment to motivating young people to be better citizens makes him this weeks Golden Apple Award Winner.

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EdmondsRentals - 1/11/2012 1:08 AM
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He is a wonderful teacher. I first met him my 9th grade year at Sale Creek in 1993 it was his first year there. He always came to us if he felt like we were doing wrong to try to lead us down the right path. If we had a problem his door was always open. He taught my sister several years later and like me she thinks the world of him also. He is someone that you can't help to respect due to his caring ways and his leadership. I truely hope that oneday my son will also have the pleasure of having him as a teacher or one like him. He is one of the few teachers I ever had that I wonder about from tme to time. Glad to see he is still making a difference. Michelle Hixson-Reed
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