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Prattville Elementary Teacher a Class Act

PRATTVILLE, AL (WSFA) -

Ms. Robin Page knows her math.  She's been in the classroom for more than 30 years, she's spent the last 25 at Prattville Elementary School.   "I had a teacher in elementary school that inspired me to be a teacher," said Ms. Page.

Right now she teaches the 4th grade.  We had to ask her, what keeps you coming back year after year?    "It's always a new experience.   There's always the possibility of inspiring another child, or teaching a new concept, and getting them ready for the next level."

While technology has changed how they do work in the classroom, Ms. Page says one thing will always be the same.   "It always comes back to the person in charge  "The teacher is the number one influence and that's what makes the difference."

She makes a difference at Prattville Elementary School every day.  Ms. Robin Page is a real Class Act.

Copyright 2011 WSFA 12 News.

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