Student speaks on behalf of librarian

Print Article

In this letter I will covey my opinion on why Ms. Craig should have a contract renewal at Whitefish High School and stay on as our librarian.

Ms. Craig has done numerous things for our school and the students that attend it. Besides being super understanding and kind to all who talk to her, she supports many different groups of people.

For example, she is the overseer of the Gay Straight Alliance club at our school. Their club message of acceptance and open-mindedness is very strong. I personally have seen a positive change in my own thoughts towards LGBTQ since the club was developed, and that is very awesome to see.

I am happy to be part of a different club that Ms. Craig organizes — Reader’s Club. Though we don’t have a specific mission to our club, it brings like-minded people together to read and enjoy very interesting literature. I feel very safe when around club mates and when in the library.

What Ms. Craig has brought to the school is very inspirational for me and many other students. I also signed up for a Youth Mental Health First Aid session. These classes did not exist at our school before Ms. Craig began working here. I personally have been able to help people using my training. I believe the training sessions are very important, and have been overlooked for a long time. I respect her very much, and wish to be more like her someday due to her open-mindedness and never ending support. I would be very upset at the loss of such an amazing person within the school.

Libby Jenkins is a sophomore at Whitefish High School.

Print Article

Read More

Burger Battle moved to June 8

May 17, 2019 at 2:12 pm | Whitefish Pilot The third annual Feast Whitefish Battle of the Burgers, which had been scheduled for Saturday, May 18 at the Pine Lodge has been re-scheduled to Saturday, June 8. The change is the result of incleme...

Comments

Read More

Glacier’s Mow looks ahead to busy summer

May 16, 2019 at 5:10 am | Whitefish Pilot As Glacier National Park continues to see changes in areas like visitation and wildfire frequency, Superintendent Jeff Mow says the future requires flexibility and “all hands on deck” to adapt. Mow ...

Comments

Read More

Looking Back for May 15

May 15, 2019 at 6:51 am | Whitefish Pilot A weekly look at past Whitefish Pilot articles, compiled by Daniel McKay. 10 years ago May 14, 2009 Montana had its first swine flu case in Yellowstone County. The swine flu, or H1N1, was spreadin...

Comments

Read More

Police Calls: Driver hits bird leaving ‘fowl’ scene

May 15, 2019 at 6:50 am | Whitefish Pilot Friday, April 26 10:11 a.m. A wallet and its contents were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Ponderosa Court. 10:22 a.m. A camera was stolen on Armory Road. 3:54 p.m. A driver hit a duck or goose...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(406) 862-3505
312 E. Second Street
Whitefish, MT 59937

©2019 Whitefish Pilot Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X
X