Episode 36 - Jeff Grossman
The Man. The Myth. The Legend. Jeff Grossman, now beginning his forty-sixth year of teaching welding at the Wilson Talent Center, has also been referred to as the district historian. As the longest standing employee, he has impacted at least 1800 students during his career. He’s seen many changes throughout the years but one thing hasn’t changed, and that is his passion for students. Enjoy learning about the impact he has made in student’s lives. #InghamImpact
Episode 37 - Stacy Lantzy
Teacher, advocate, friend. Stacy Lantzy, in her ninth year of teaching at Heartwood School, consistently strives to help students with disabilities reach their full potential. Parents trust her, colleagues admire her, and she is in touch with her student's needs, always pushing for the best outcomes. She doesn't give up! We hope you will enjoy this video podcast about Stacy's impact on students, families and staff. #InghamImpact
Episode 38 - Denise Lycos
Amazing. Encouraging. A Wealth of Knowledge. These are just some of the words used to describe Denise Lycos. As the Director of Emotionally Impaired & Adjudicated Youth Programs for Ingham ISD, Lycos also serves as Principal of Ingham Academy, Malcolm Williams, Evergreen, Secondary Learning Center and St. Vincent Home for Children. With 42 years of experience in such a wide range of programs, Denise has impacted hundreds of students during her career. She has been the push and the cheerleader that many students needed in their lives to succeed and flourish. She sees abilities in her students that they may not see in themselves, and they appreciate her encouragement.
Thank you, Denise, for your commitment to students! #InghamImpact