It’s not uncommon for Steve and Carolyn Roskamp to arrive at Bradenton’s Sea Breeze Elementary with an arm full of supplies and a heart full of love for the students.
Six-year-old Dariel Gonzalez-Maqueda stares into the laptop camera with brown eyes, wide and eager, and leans his head on the shoulder of his mother, Cristina Maqueda. As he listens, Cristina
An elementary education background and memories of childhood challenges anchors Jane Egasti’s dedication to early learning initiatives. “As a slow reader in childhood, I have a special place in my
The second grader’s blue octopus drawing was replete with eight tentacles, and all eight of those tentacles touched Janet Bowers’ heart. “I thought this was the sweetest thing,” Bowers smiled,