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The relationships she builds with her students and the dedication she puts into teaching is phenomenal. Crystal Johnson, SBPS After School Program Coordinator Crystal Johnson is one major reason why the 21st CCLC After School Program is thriving like it is today. Crystal works with DHHS to make sure that every site in our district has the necessary paperwork submitted, she reaches out to our many community partners and schedules activities and speaking engagements to give the students that attend our program an engaging experience. The ASP Program has successfully implemented the Think Make Create trailer that goes from elementary school to elementary school one week at a time to give students wonderful hands on activities. This has been a success because of Crystal’s hard work and dedication to help make sure that the trailer is organized, fully stocked, and accessible each week as students more information have the opportunity to work on many of the activities that this trailer offers. Crystal has also been instrumental with the implementation of a new program this year called The Bay. This wonderful opportunity gives students in 4th and 5th grades an opportunity to work in the areas of photography, making music, and skateboarding. PAWS Paraeducators – Dallas Liptac, Jonathan Shadegg, Melissa Arrelano, Nancy Espino As a team, the PAWS paras work extremely hard to provide vital support students with unique needs and who face many challenges. Our paras are extremely dedicated to students, always eager and excited to help them however they can. It can be difficult working in close quarters with so many other adults and lots of different personalities, but the PAWS staff rises above these challenges to be excellent models of respect, responsibility, and safety at Lincoln Heights. [Insurance]