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An Education for the Soul By Teresa J. Herbic

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By Teresa J. Herbic

With school starting soon, we realize the importance of spending time with our children more than ever. We are also reminded of the value of an education. Moving from a top-notch Missouri education system to a stellar, award-winning Texas school system, I’m excited about my teenagers attending what I consider some of the best schools in the nation right here in San Antonio.
From Universities presenting regular functions at area high schools, to prestigious scholarships and high standard public school districts, we are fortunate to be surrounded with gifted principals, teachers, counselors, coaches, administration, special education leaders, nurses, cafeteria workers and others to lead our children to a bright, amazing future.
As we reflect upon our own formal learning experiences, we may remember teachers from years past. Maybe a high school favorite who encouraged you to share your talents or a coach who taught you to be a better athlete or an elementary instructor who spoke a good word to you on an unhappy day. Come join me on a journey from year’s past:
From a one-room, multi-grade schoolhouse to an airy classroom filled with tikes. There sat students in bright colored bell-bottoms, knit tops and brown leather vests. As the X-generation ushered in the seventies, I melted into the mix. It was my first day in Kindergarten.
For children, Kindergarten is a vital starting point instilling your views on school and education. For children today, there are all sorts of neat things happening in the classroom. When it comes to technology and innovation, there’s a clear focus on new ideas and initiatives.
Yet, if you are a Gen-Xer like me, the environment of the past remained simple. There was a teacher’s large wooden desk at the center of the room facing students, followed by several rows of vintage school desks. Not much beyond that plain image.
If you are from another era, visualize for a moment yellow metal desks with attached wooden chairs, topped with large red, Big Chief notebooks and number two pencils. A large rectangle, open space appeared underneath for all our school junk including a large pencil box, a metal decorative lunch box and other items. Some kids kept spaces nice and neat, while others stuffed theirs full and had scrunched papers falling out.
If you’re a Gen-Xer or a Baby Boomer, it’s been many years since elementary school. Maybe you weren’t even around in the seventies. Or maybe you are frustrated with the evolving classroom that’s striving to go paperless?
Yet, the state of Texas has designated the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) a “District of Innovation.” The Centers of Applied and Technology will open this fall as a magnet school full of career-venturing possibilities for students from all over the city. Other schools are planned like this, offering thirty college credit hours to its graduates.
North East ISD (NEISD) is offering advanced career and Information Technology Cluster Courses for its students such as Architecture and Construction, Marketing, Manufacturing, Health Science, Hospitality and Tourism and other occupation-focused studies.
Harmony School of Innovation locally is offering a stronger focus on science, technology, engineering and math for K-12 students as well. The school’s STEM Army-sponsored program provides beyond the norm education, as well as internships and competitions even for its Kindergartners.
Again, compared to this, my Kindergarten classroom appeared modest. I remember it like yesterday. The blackboard extended across the front of the room, with long white chalk and giant, powdery erasers. The boys’ trick was to scratch the board with nails to draw annoying complaints or screams from the girls.
The teacher arrived, outfitted in an aqua summer outfit with a graphic floral print, which makes it hard to escape the memory. I appeared in long brunette-snug ponytails dangling from ear-to-ear like an inspired and somewhat awkward girl.
My mom kissed and hugged me good bye as I strolled into the classroom. I felt confident and assured it would be a great day. About twenty children sat lined in rows from front to back. ABCs adorned the blackboard. Yet, an uneasiness overcame me.
Then, my teacher re-appeared. She carried a grim look with evident anger deep in her eyes. She didn’t seem to care for her job or the meandering children scattered nigh in desks throughout the room. She reminds me now of Miss Havisham of the movie “Great Expectations,” arguably the grimmest and most depressing character. This puzzled me. I thought everyone said that teachers are nice, positive and upbeat…they love children, and you will have fun in Kindergarten. Not with this teacher, it seemed.
Regardless, I kept a confident attitude and said “Hi teacher.”
Mrs. Johnson nodded with no noise returning from her crackled, decaying lips.
Okay, I thought, believing she must be having a bad day. We’ve all had those difficult days, haven’t we?
She abruptly marched to the front of the room, grabbed a new white piece of chalk and scratched fiercely across the blackboard—MRS. JOHNSON. She then reported sternly, “My name is Mrs. Johnson, your teacher. You will listen to me and respect me! You will not do anything to disrupt the classroom. Is that understood?”
That’s simple enough, I considered. But what about that sternness?
She began teaching us the alphabet and numbers. Then, to my despair, I noticed my navy blue tennis shoes came untied on my right foot.
Oh my! I can’t let that be. I know I have to fix it! So I began tying away. I heard several children say they still couldn’t tie their own shoes so I felt pleased in my mind. I would show them, and they would be encouraged to learn. Ever felt like that sort of expert?
I tied the laces, rabbit’s ears first. Then, as I finished the final step, I saw Mrs. Johnson’s large, awkward, man-like feet coming toward me. As they arrived in front of my desk, I questioned, what’s wrong?
Ever have that powerful, excruciating reminder of “Oh no! Oh yeah! I forgot! I’m not supposed to disrupt?” That was me; caught in the act undeniably, not realizing at first I was upsetting anyone.
“What on earth are you doing, Teresa?” Mrs. Johnson questioned fiercely. “Tying shoes in class is a disruption. No one’s listening to me. Everyone’s paying attention to you. Go, right this very minute, to the corner and sit in that chair. You will stay there the rest of the day!” Mrs. Johnson insisted.
I teared up, but held it back as much as possible. I wanted to be strong. I didn’t want to be a cry baby, but in disbelief questioned why can’t I tie my own shoes when they need tying?
Yet, I did what she told me and trotted innocently to the front seat in the corner. It was only 8:30 a.m. It’s going to be a long day of sitting and sitting some more, I realized.
I sat there shaking—undeniably upset; how could this happen?—all this for tying my shoes? Then, I began to feel uncomfortable. My bottom shifted, squirming in the seat. I couldn’t take it. I wondered how many people were on my side or if most stared and mocked me. By the end of the day, I felt zoned out—convinced I had the most evil, wicked teacher. I would never return there, I affirmed.
Sprinting to the car, “Mom, Mom, you won’t believe what happened! I’m so sad,” I reported.
“What Teresa? What’s the matter?” Mom inquired so lovingly. I could tell she was quite concerned about my feelings. “Didn’t you have fun in Kindergarten?”
“No way, it was the worst!” I proclaimed. “It was the worst day of my life. The teacher is horrible!”
“That school is out for me! I can’t go back to that terrible place ever!”
She told me, “You have to go back. That’s just the way it is. Everybody has to go to school.”
Yet, the more upset I got, the more sympathetic she became. Then, she said, “I don’t think it would hurt to take a few days off. Then, we’ll try it again. What do you say?”
Relieved I responded, “Yes, yes! Thank you, Mom! I love you, Mom, but Mom, I’m sure I will never go back there.”
Days passed. My mom kept in touch with school officials trying to keep the peace. Soon it became two weeks. Each day I felt more convicted in my decision…I’ll never go back. However, the day came when Mom had to be tough. She dressed me, pulled my hair back into typical ponies, and placed me into the car assertively. As she strapped me in the seat belt, she assured me, “Everything’s going to be okay.”
All I could think of was Mrs. Johnson’s bitter, wrinkle-ridden face full of the angers and disappointments of an ill-placed career. She didn’t belong there or maybe I just didn’t belong there?
We arrived at my quaint little elementary school. “I’m not going in!” I exclaimed. “I can’t!”
“Yes, you can,” Mom pronounced. “We have to do this!”
Then, the principal appeared at the elementary door entry. “I can help you. I’ll get Teresa.”
He arrived at the door, unfastened my seat belt and grabbed me firmly, yet gently and with kindness on his face. “Let’s go inside, Teresa. It’s time!”
I refused. Then, he picked me up and held me securely. He began packing me as my feet slipped and eventually drug in the muddy parking lot. I kicked my legs abruptly. Mud slung camouflaging him. Needless to say, he wasn’t happy. His face grew red with eyebrows tilting awkwardly.
We arrived there inside with Mom following close behind. Mr. Snodgrass talked with my mom for a bit and finally after my mom saying, “We have to do something different here,” he said, “I have an idea. I’ll be right back!” His face lit up like a light bulb went off in his head.
He left for what seemed like forever, returning in a happy demeanor. “I have a solution. I have another Kindergarten teacher. Her name is Mrs. Lovelace, and I’m sure you will like her. Would it be okay to meet her?”
“What do you think, Teresa?” Mom asked. I felt thankful she loved me and wouldn’t force me into something I didn’t feel comfortable doing.
I pondered further: I could say no and wind up with Mrs. Johnson again as my teacher and that would never work… Or I could say yes and see what this lady’s like. What could the harm be?
Such a life-altering decision!
“Alright,” I agreed.
Mr. Snodgrass said to me, “Good! I’ll go get her.”
Then, soon after, a lovely lady approached me with gentle, caring eyes and a bright, beautiful smile. “Hi Teresa, I’m Mrs. Lovelace, it’s very nice to meet you, Honey.”

Mrs Lovelace 1970s

Mrs. Lovelace in 1970s

She called me, ‘Honey,’ I reflected. She’s the total opposite of Mrs. Johnson.
Mrs. Lovelace had beautiful brown hair worn shoulder-length and fashioned around her exquisite face. She wore a knit top with a nifty skirt and scarf. She carried a smile that drew your eyes in pure peace. I could almost see Jesus in her eyes.
“It’s nice to meet you, Mrs. Lovelace,” I returned, considering her sweet ways and reassuring face. Plus, she has a super name that incorporates Love and Lace(s)—for shoelaces, I thought. It must be a sign from God, ‘yes, this is the teacher.’
The year flew by, and I truly loved and still adore my precious Kindergarten teacher who reminded me at a crucial time in my life that we are all humans meant to encourage one another. Simple kindness, helpfulness, hopefulness and love is a gift you can offer another soul. She showed me that in a critical moment when I could have gone astray. I thank God for Mrs. Lovelace and teachers in my kids’ lives today who put others before themselves to make a genuine difference.
Do you have teachers like this from your past or present who have spoken words into your very soul?
I recollect Mrs. Lovelace telling me you can do anything you set your mind to in life if only you believe.
As I sat at my recent book signing, I heard that sweet, gentle voice again, “Teresa…” There, she stood with that same beautiful, gentle, loving face, Mrs. Lovelace. She inspired me all those years ago and continues to motivate me still today.
Since the 70s, there have been many changes and technological upgrades in the classroom, but one virtue withstands the test of time—simple encouragement. It doesn’t matter if your school is based on innovation trends or if it reflects in your mind as a simple, paper-filled environment. A character-rich, kind, supporting and caring role-model like my Mrs. Lovelace makes all the difference.
The Lord says to “love your neighbor as yourself.” This is a great motto for teachers, leaders and everyday people in general. If Mrs. Lovelace hadn’t pronounced positivity, light and love into my life at that essential moment, I wouldn’t be the writer I am today.
Thank you especially to those who care about children like Mrs. Lovelace. Thank you for nurturing souls who reinforce to our young people what they all desire to hear:
“You can do anything you set your mind to if only you believe.”
I believe, Mrs. Lovelace. I believe!

Mrs Lovelace Now

Mrs. Lovelace Now

Author Note:
I believe that every child deserves a champion – a leader in life who teaches them how to become the absolute best they can be. I also ask children to be bold when it’s time to make positive decisions in life. I made an important, clearly affirming decision many years ago and truly benefited from the outcome. May your life and future be happy!
Bio:
Teresa J. Herbic is Advisor and Co-Founder of Families for Adoption. She and her family live in San Antonio. She is the author of two children’s compassion series books, “Dog Tales” and “Cat Tales” including encouraging stories through the eyes of real adopted shelter pets. She will release via Whitaker House a family prayer activity book called “Family Prayer Made Easy” September 6th. She and her husband, Galen, live with their children Meyana and Braxten, both adopted from Asia, and their cat Lolli, adopted from the United States.

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Fearless Readers – Founder Caitlyn Baker and Social Media & Events Director Shannon Ruddell

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Caitlyn Baker

Founder Certified Barton Coach

As the Founder and Lead Coach at Fearless Readers, LLC, I love working together with families and staff to ensure the best possible outcome for the children we serve.  The best part of my day is when I get to work one-on-one with my amazing students.

Formerly a site director for a learning center in San Antonio, I am experienced in implementing and overseeing the administration of programs concerning dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, neurodevelopmental delays, and a variety of other cognitive areas. My passion for dyslexia grew here as I was able to see the direct impact I had on countless students with the help of these programs.

Prior to working as a site director, I achieved my BA in psychology with a focus on biology and neuropsychology and graduated with Highest of Honors. During my time at UTSA I discovered my passion for teaching when I began working for the athletics center tutoring athletes. I have in depth experience working in the dyslexia program we use and have been certified by the program developer herself.  Currently, I am working on my Master’s degree and preparing to welcome my first child into the world!

I have a wealth of experience in working with children of all ages, from kindergarten to college, and am fully aware of the impact and influence a successful coach or mentor can have on a person of any age. I strive in my coaching sessions to not only give the children I work with the skills they need to overcome their weaknesses in reading and spelling, but also the ability to embrace all their talents and strengths. I love to work on skills like self-confidence/self-esteem and critical thinking and am determined to succeed with every student I encounter.

I designed Fearless Readers with your incredible super-powered child in mind. I truly look forward to getting to know you and your child and designing a personalized plan for reading/spelling success.


Shannon Ruddell

Social Media & Events Director

This year blessed me with my second beautiful daughter. As a mom of two, I love spending time with my family. Like most moms, there is nothing I wouldn’t do to help my kids. I love that my work at Fearless Readers allows me to be part of the solution to the worries and struggles other families in my community are facing.

I’ve spent years working in executive administration and event planning and enjoy the creative role I have here where I can help bring ideas to life and plan events and activities that leave the children we serve feeling inspired and empowered.

Dyslexia runs in my family and I am curious to see if either of my two girls will be blessed with it. As such, I love learning about dyslexia and am working towards becoming a dyslexia coach as well. I love this journey I am on with Fearless Readers and am so excited for you to join me.  

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Guest: Kelli G. Rhodes Executive Director At Restore Education

About Restore Education

Restore Education is a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of individuals, their families, and our community through education. We believe that education should be free, flexible, and available to all who are willing to work hard to achieve their dreams. We offer a continuum of services from basic literacy and high school equivalency, to workforce training and college support, all to restore the potential of at-risk students and put them on a pathway to life-sustaining careers. In all we do, we strive to provide the most effective pathway for each student to achieve their goals and realize their full potential.

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Guest: Robo Hawks Robotics Team Harris Middle School

Our robotics team was created 3 years ago with a small group of students. We have a blend of 6th-8th students, but out of the seven students we had in the club, only one was a female when we first started out. Since our first year we have achieved a more balanced group and have an even mix of young men and women. We began participating in First Lego League as a way to get our feet wet with programming and compete with other teams throughout the San Antonio and surrounding areas. FIRST LEGO League challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers. During the INTO ORBIT season, teams will choose and solve a real-world problem in the Project. They will also build, test, and program an autonomous robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology to solve a set of missions in the Robot Game. Throughout their experience, teams will operate under the FIRST signature set of Core Values, celebrating discovery, teamwork, and Gracious Professionalism®.

Our students took this challenge head on and we spoke with an engineer from NASA to talk about the challenges these astronauts face with long term space travel. During their conversation with David Brady they realized they wanted to focus on the social emotional aspect these astronauts are faced with because Scott Kelly stated this would be the biggest concern NASA will face. Scott Kelly said the lack of choices in daily activity and being away from Earth is the hardest part of the mission. So the students solution to this was to send virtual reality googles into space with the astronauts so that when they are required to work out on the treadmill for 2 hours a day, they can feel at home by choosing their own adventure. It would be a way to bring Earth to space in a sense. David was impressed with their idea and forwarded the idea on to a colleague at NASA in the Human Research Project to see if they had considered this idea. I’m happy to report that NASA is looking into something similar and David praised our students ingenuity as they did think of a real-life solution for the issues our astronauts face in long-term space travel.


About Middle School Teacher: Stefanie Fulford

I have been teaching for six years. Four of which have been here at Harris Middle School in NEISD. I have always taught science as it is my first love and I believe there is a place for female in this field of study. This year I was awarded the Trinity Prize and Teacher of the Year for my school. I come from a very challenging background as my mother is mentally handicapped, schizophrenic, and has manic depression. I never knew my real dad and my step-dad was an abusive alcoholic. So I was in and out of foster care and finally went to live in an orphanage at age 12. This was a new battle for me, but it provided stability. I joined the military as a way to pay for my college because I knew education was the key to a better life. I am proud to say I not only have my bachelors in education, but a masters in psychology. I wanted to be a positive influence in others around me so teaching made sense as I would create the most change in the next generation. I take every opportunity to connect with my students so that I can positively influence them.

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