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Classroom Makeover: Congratulations, Mrs. Wade!

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RICHLAND, WA - It's time for another Classroom Makeover and this time a teacher at Chief Joseph Middle School in Richland is the recipient. 

A student nominated sixth grade math teacher, Mrs. Wade. She has been teaching at Chief Joseph Middle School for several years and came back to teaching after a few side-careers. She says she went back to a classroom because she loves the relationships with students. 

Clearly, they love her back.

"Really left me speechless. I'm glad I wiped those tears away. I'm really really touched and I'll use the money to give back to my students. I think, really, that's why she nominated me. I just try to support the students with their supplies and their learning needs," said Mrs. Wade.

Classroom Makeover is a partnership between us and Kadlec Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Stewart gets $250 to spend on supplies in her classroom.

If you'd like to nominate a teacher, CLICK HERE

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