Kim Assenso affects change in her community by simply engaging with her students through dedicated service of teaching. Her passion to get it right while pouring into her students not only influence them positively, but builds a solid foundation that can catapult and impact their future success.
Kim Assenso is a true life changer! She has high expectations for her self and students. She is very creative and talented in the way that she inspires and motivates her students to learn despite their many challenges. Her compassion for her students is evident by the organization of her classroom and the positive climate and culture that she has developed to provide students with a safe learning environment. Kim is an asset to the Pontiac School District and is deserving of this honor. Congratulations Kim!
Kim Assenso has been and continues to be a vital asset to the Pontiac School district. She is extremely dedicated to the students, school district and profession. By using her creativity, Kim has the ability to think outside the box when finding innovative ways to teach and reach each student. Congratulations Kim.
Kim Assenso is a student advocate and asset to Pontiac Middle School. She helps students balance personal changes, educational expectations, and societal standards every day. She exemplifies excellence in all she does and is definitely a "real life changer"!
I have had the privelege to learn from and work with Mrs. Assenso for several years now. She is truly a difference maker at Pontiac Middle School and she continues to hold every student to excellence. She makes all her students accountable and they know she cares about them deeply. Thank you for what you do and continue to do for the kids at Pontiac Middle School! Congratulations!
As a colleague of Kim’s I can attest to her dedication to her students. She prides herself on pushing students to be successful despite the many obstacles they may face! Kim is continually attending various profeasional developments in order to gain knowledge into best practices for her students and herself. Congratulations!