L to R: Lamar Middle School principal Kristy Casal, English teacher and Teacher of the Month Holly Reynolds, and Rotarian Sally Quezada. Click photo to open full-size image.
 
Rotarian Sally Quezada last week presented the Lewisville Noon Rotary’s Teacher of the Month award to Holly Reynolds, an English teacher at Lamar Middle School, for her dedication to her students and the community at large.
 
Reynolds and her family moved to Flower Mound in 2005 and she has been a part of the Lewisville ISD (LISD) family for the past 17 years. She currently teaches 8th grade GT/Honors English at Lamar Middle School in Flower Mound. Reynolds focuses on building authentic classroom relationships to foster a supportive and connected community in which her students feel valued and encouraged. She takes pride in designing unique learning experiences tailored to her students’ personalities and academic needs, so they acquire valuable skills that extend beyond the classroom.
 
“It’s definitely an honor to be here today, especially with all that you do for the community,” said Reynolds, who is a finalist for Lewisville ISD Teacher of the Year. In addition to her role in the classroom, Reynolds is the campus UIL Coordinator, the UIL Coach for General Math and Maps, Graphs, and Charts, and the campus Spelling Bee Coordinator at Lamar Middle School.
 
Previously, Reynolds has served as an ELAR Department Head, participated as an LISD ELAR Mentor Classroom teacher, and is a three-time nominee for campus Teacher of the Year.
Reynolds spends her free time competing in pickleball leagues and golf tournaments with her husband, and supporting her daughter in nursing school at the University of Oklahoma and her son in his senior year at Marcus High School. She also has been an active member and board position holder with Young Men’s Service League Integrity Chapter of Flower Mound for the past four years.
 
The Lewisville Noon Rotary is delighted to recognize Holly Reynolds for her outstanding accomplishments and her dedication to helping her students and the greater Lewisville community thrive.