Tabitha Alexander was nominated by an anonymous colleague.
"Mrs. Tabitha makes an impression on you that you'll never, ever forget," said her nominator. "From her infectious laughter to her big personality, you'll always be grateful that this woman has supported your child, like she did mine. Children that have cognitive and behavior issues need special people in their life. One should always pray that they are blessed with a Mrs. Tabitha. I can only imagine that she will be greatly missed when she retires at the end of this school year."