Teacher makes change at school and church

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Teacher makes change at school and church

Allison Black

Allison Black

Allison Black

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Jeanie Moore is a sophomore English teacher who is also very involved in her church. She is a dedicated leader at First United Methodist Church where she has volunteered for over 15 years and leads United Club in the mornings. United Club is a student-led bible study that is held on Tuesday mornings in Moore’s classroom. Students feel that Moore is always available to them.

“Mrs. Moore has impacted my life in so many ways,” senior Victoria Gensicke said. “As a teacher she has encouraged me to do my best in all of my classes and is always there to help. As a person she has challenged me to be a blessing to everyone, even when it’s not easy.”

Moore has worked for Broken Arrow for five years and has taught for eleven years total. She says she tries her best to improve Broken Arrow every day by doing anything for her students and making sure they feel valued.

Senior Jessica Prigmore has known Moore for about 7 years and feels she has impacted her life in many ways.

“At church she always volunteers for events and makes sure that everyone feels welcomed and not left out,” Prigmore said. “She always helps people with their problems no matter what and always makes time for them.”

Moore says that connecting with students and working to make a difference in their lives is one of her favorite parts of teaching.

“I love when students come back and tell me stories about things that happened in my classroom,” Moore said. “I really enjoy seeing students out in the community and having them come to me to tell me hello and talk about how their lives have changed since I had them in the classroom.”

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