Las Vegas, Nevada 2022-05-03 23:25:27 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — When I met Lori Di Pietro-William K. Moore Elementary School 4th grade teacher. It will be difficult not to laugh. She has influenced her student life in her hometown for 22 years.
“I have been teaching for 22 years.”
Born and raised in Las Vegas, he currently teaches literacy.
“Especially this class has a special bond because I’ve seen them grow up in reading since they were young-and I love them doing great things.”
Her passion for education developed when she was five years old.
“I used to play at school. My dad brought a small desk and brought it to the living room. I took out all the stuffed animals, attended and read, so I always wanted to be a teacher. -And I still love it. “
And her students-worship her.
It was school career day when Lori was interviewed.
When she was called-student-couldn’t stop clapping and cheering for her.
“Mr. Dipietro is my favorite teacher. That’s what you always hear,” said Principal Mackenzie.
Principal Mackenzie says that going to school is a place to learn because the students that make up the school’s demographics are mostly Latin and black, and many students, from homeless to foster parents, face difficulties at home. Not only said it is a safe place.
And that sense of unity helps Lori Deplet provide.
“It’s love, laughter, learning, that’s what I’m trying to promote my family-this is an honest and open place-your secret is safe here and with me and You can trust me and they trust me-they believe me to teach them what they need to know for 4th grade, and I disappoint them I can’t let you. “