March Teacher Of The Month: Lori Bramlett

Each month, Marshall ISD celebrates the outstanding contributions of our faculty at our campuses to the overall educational experience of our students. These professionals work countless extra hours at home, on weekends, and over holiday breaks with one focus in mind -- to make MISD and their campus Marshall Proud and Maverick Strong for our students.

The Teacher of the Month for March 2018 at Sam Houston Elementary School, as selected by Principal, Mr. Jerry Hancock, is Lori Bramlett, second-grade teacher.

"Mrs. Bramlett is a master teacher," said Mr. Hancock. "She is able to operate effortlessly in her classroom through the relationships she has built with her students which puts all of her students in position for high levels of success. She does whatever she has to do to help every child and is always willing to help out the campus and anyone on it when needed. I consider it an honor to work with Mrs. Bramlett and depend on her commitment to our kids to care for them and push them toward academic and personal success."


bramlettTeacher: Lori Bramlett

Hometown/High School: Katy, TX/Katy HS

College: Texas State University

Grade Level/Subject(s) Taught: Currently 2nd grade along with 5th grade ELA and Science

Family: "My husband is Jeff Bramlett, tennis coach at East Texas Baptist University. We have been married 30 years. Our children are James (a UT alum) and Kate (an ETBU alum)."

Hobbies/Things I like to do in my spare time: "I love to travel, read, spend time with my family, and play a little tennis."

What made you want to enter a career as a teacher?: "I became a teacher after giving swim lessons as a lifeguard in high school. I loved watching students' smiles when they accomplished a goal they truly didn't think would be possible."

What do you see as your most important role as a teacher?: "As a teacher, I want my students to achieve their dreams. I believe it is my job to give them the tools to continue a life of ongoing learning."

Who were some of the most influential teachers/educators in your life?
"My parents were my first teachers and they continue to teach me life lessons. As for true educators, my coworkers every place I have taught have been influential to me on a daily basis."

What do you enjoy the most about teaching and serving specifically at Sam Houston?: "I enjoy teaching at Sam Houston because it pushes me to learn more in order to present STEM activities . Everyone at our campus is dedicated to our students. They each inspire me to do my best."

What are some things you hope to accomplish in your career? Future plans? "My future goals are to continue to grow as a well rounded educator. I love being in the classroom."
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