Reporting in, August 5th. One week after teachers' departures.

The educators who attended EduKudos pilot programs, July 2018, came  from three states and comprised three diverse groups of professionals, elementary through freshman college…lots of science and math experience.  

It was interesting to observe how quickly they related and reached out to each other, usually within minutes of arrival.  

They connected almost immediately, easily sharing universal issues facing teachers as well as personal backgrounds, challenges, solutions and desire for change in education.  

These unique spirits also shared an obvious dedication to education, true caring for their students and the Planet..

EduKudos “alums” are now discussing how to “grow” the project.   Please STAY TUNED!    Your input and suggestions are appreciated.

Kudos to the following generous and visionary friends of  Your support gave teachers a break.

Douglas Ratliff

 Carl Jenkins

Ellen Bywaters

Angela Smith

Jean Payne

Joe Zupan / AmigosBravos

Ben Mortensen

Martha McLeod

Ann Brown

Beverly Mitchell

 Joanie Berde

Lisa Frederick

Buddy Steele

Jonathan Thron

Laura and David Heflin

Kyle Reimer

Nancy Noel Fechtel

Jeff Barkley

Charlotte and Mike Plantz

Peggy Bennett

Beverly Trifonidis

Kim and Larry Springfield

Clodie Francois

Barbara Tullman-Malisow

Celestyn Brozek

Susan Boeglin

Kathy Steffan

Juan Rodriquez and Nubia Sanchez-Rodriquez

Ray and Kathy Wiley

Cindy Crawford

Susan Plagge

Margie Billups

David Rose

Jim Crusinberry

Embudo Valley Library

Lise Poulsen and Nick Beason   

Karen Cohen 

Elifas Fresquez

Doug Bedell

Sahd's Hardware

Kombucha Marimba Dixon

Kiva Duckworth-Moulton

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.   Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.”— Margaret Mead

Deepest gratitude to brave teachers everywhere and trusting supporters! 

from Blair Brown and crew,