Jamal Hill and the Swim Up Hill Organization Champion Swim Education as Human Right through Air B&B

Jamal Hill swimmer

The crowd was filled with representatives of USA Swimming, AirBnb, LA28, LA84, Nike Swim, Procter & Gamble, Boys & Girls Club of America, City of Carson, City of Lynwood, Culver City, local businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions, as well as coaches and athletes from local high schools and colleges.
The crowd was filled with representatives of USA Swimming, AirBnb, LA28, LA84, Nike Swim, Procter & Gamble, Boys & Girls Club of America, City of Carson, City of Lynwood, Culver City, local businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions, as well as coaches and athletes from local high schools and colleges.
The crowd was filled with representatives of USA Swimming, AirBnb, LA28, LA84, Nike Swim, Procter & Gamble, Boys & Girls Club of America, City of Carson, City of Lynwood, Culver City, local businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions, as well as coaches and athletes from local high schools and colleges.

Los Angeles Aquatics

Los Angeles Aquatics Leaders and Influencers Convene for a Succinct Plan on Serving 2-4x More of the At-Risk Drowning Population Across Los Angeles County during COIVD-19 and Years to Come!
Los Angeles Aquatics Leaders and Influencers Convene for a Succinct Plan on Serving 2-4x More of the At-Risk Drowning Population Across Los Angeles County during COIVD-19 and Years to Come!
Los Angeles Aquatics Leaders and Influencers Convene for a Succinct Plan on Serving 2-4x More of the At-Risk
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Kristi Reinke of Minot’s Jim Hill Middle School named 2021 North Dakota Teacher of the Year | Education

Gov. Doug Burgum and State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler announced Monday, Sept. 21, that Kristi Reinke, a social studies teacher at Jim Hill Middle School in Minot, has been named the 2021 North Dakota Teacher of the Year.

Reinke was chosen from a group of four finalists for the annual honor. The other three were Jana Gudmundson, a technology integration specialist and instructional coach at Park River Area Schools; Dana Kasowski, a Wahpeton Middle School special education teacher; and Cory Volk, a science teacher at Bismarck’s South Central High School.

“Kristi Reinke not only embraces the philosophy that it takes a village to raise a child, she lives it every day in her classroom, creating a sense of community with her students and colleagues and laying the foundation for positive relationships that lead to positive outcomes,” Burgum said. “We’re grateful for Mrs. Reinke and all of these passionate and dedicated

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