Megan Smith

Trendsetter to Know: Megan Smith of The Brokery

A typical day in my life includes… exercise, walking the dog, showings, and softball!. I was born… in San Antonio, Texas (military brat) My favorite thing about Arizona… Community, active lifestyle and weather!. I’m listening to… Anything with a good beat. My family… is my...
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Megan Smith

Megan Elaine Smith, 34, of Cranberry Township, passed away on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, while under the care of Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. She was born April 30, 1988, in Cranberry Township, the daughter of David Lee Smith and Diana Louise (Fair) Bauer. Megan was a Seneca Valley High School...

W00000000 EARLY COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF: K.G., W/F, 12/05/2012 To: Megan Smith, mother of the above referenced female child born December 5, 2012. To: Unknown Biological …

EARLY COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF: K.G., W/F, 12/05/2012. To: Megan Smith, mother of the above referenced female child born December 5, 2012. To: Unknown Biological Father of the above referenced female child born December 5, 2012. Petitions were filed in this Court by Social Services Director Nikki...
Herald News

Megan Smith, Lexi Yost help rally Case field hockey to win over Seekonk

SWANSEA — When push came to shove, Megan Smith, Lexi Yost and the Case field hockey team said enough is enough. Trailing by a goal heading into the second quarter, the Cardinals' star players turned up the heat. Meet the team:Get to know Swansea's Joseph Case High School Field Hockey...
Post Register

Teacher of the Week: Megan Smith

Megan Smith is a second grade teacher at Jefferson Elementary School, where she has taught for eleven years. She also helps to teach with World Language Immersion Program: Spanish, English Partner Teacher, where she helps to teach her students ELA (reading, writing, grammar, spelling, vocabulary), and a small Math Review. What made you decide to be a teacher? I decided to be a teacher in High School. I was a Cross-Age Tutor and went to Mrs. McMurtry’s First Grade class. She saw a potential in me that I didn’t realize I had. I was able to work with students individually and even teach the whole class at times. I knew then Elementary Education is where I need to be. What do you enjoy about being a teacher? I enjoy learning more about each of my students and helping them learn how to read. I love when the students get to their “ah-ha” moment. That moment when they put all the pieces together and can apply all they have learned. What are some challenges? I feel that a challenge I face as an educator is getting things done during school hours. I take many things home and work at night to make sure I get all the things done to help my students grow. What is an experience you have had as a teacher that stands out to you? I think an experience that stands out to me the most as a teacher is that point in the year when you have developed a safe environment for your students to feel comfortable enough to challenge you, laugh with you, and ultimately love being in your classroom. Why did you decide to teach at the school you are currently at? I decided to teach at Jefferson Elementary because of the great staff and principal. It is a positive and supportive working environment. What is something interesting about you most of your students don’t know? Many of my students don’t know that I was a struggling reader when I was in school. Math was and is my favorite subject. What are some things that are different in the education system now compared to when you first started teaching/when you were a student? I think the biggest change in the Education System is the idea of a Professional Learning Community (PLC). When I first started teaching, I felt like I was my own island teaching alongside other teachers. After a few years PLC’s became a priority in the education system. A PLC is a way that we (teachers) come together to discuss how the students in our grade are doing to meet the standards. Instead of teaching alongside each other we work closer together to meet the needs of all students in our grade.

Megan Smith

Megan Courtney Smith, 33, of Houston, Tex., died June 3, 2021. She was born Feb. 27, 1988, in Slidell, to David Smith and the late Ashley Smith. In addition to her mother she is also preceded in death by her grandfather Jimmy “Big John” Smith; grandmother Jeanette Smith and cousin Catherine Smith.
Evening Star

Megan Smith named Tibbits volunteer of the month

COLDWATER, Michigan — Through the past year, with ever-changing restrictions on the Tibbits Opera House and its events, volunteers have played a crucial role and for her volunteerism, even through the restrictions, Megan Smith has been named Tibbits’ Volunteer of the Month. Smith began volunteering with the Tibbits Young Audiences...