WCCUSD teachers praise California Dictionary Project

CALIFORNIA DICTIONARY PROJECT

TEACHER’S SURVEY

WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

DECEMBER 2009


“Thank you! Please continue to bring this essential school material/tool to students.” – Dora L.

Valentin (Lincoln Elementary)


“Thank you very much for your support! We will put our new dictionaries to good use.” —

Jamie Brumfield (Highland Elementary)


“It is very beneficial to the students to receive a dictionary that they can keep at home.” — Leah

Kleinman (Highland Elementary)


“Please continue it. It has been a valuable asset to our children.” — Elizabeth Mooney (Grant

Elementary)


“The dictionary is an integral part of our daily learning activities. Thanks, greatly.” — Kendy

O.S. Nam-Dolgoff (Stege Elementary)


“Every home needs at least one dictionary! No family should be without one for reasons too

innumerable to write here.” — Susan Tuttle (Lincoln Elementary)


“The children are very enthusiastic about receiving the dictionaries!” – Rosalie Stillford (Peres

Elementary)


“I think the program is wonderful. Every year my class has gotten these the students have been

very excited to see them and have them as their own. They love looking up words and all the

extra information.” — Gail Harris (Riverside Elementary)


“High interest level when distributed. We examined it as a group. Noticed students looking

through them the next day during free time.” — Tema Wengell (Sheldon School)


“This is great. Dictionary work is an integral part of our instruction.” — Dan MacDonald (Grant

Elementary)