Ms. Reis was one of the only reasons I can call myself a high school graduate. Her compassion was unwavering and she cared about the education of each individual student. In this conveyer belt stylized society an educator such as Ms. Reis is a priceless gem. I am saddened to hear that we have lost such a special person. I offer my condolences to her family and pray for their comfort in this moment of sadness. The memory of her kindness and understanding will forever be in my heart.
We were neighors on Hughes street, and
always enjoyed our friendship with your
family. We are very sorry for your loss.
I graduated with Jane in 1968 from MHS. She was always the girl with the cute dimples. She will be remembered at our 45th class reunion in September. Condolences to her family.
I had opportunity to work with Jane for several years prior to her retirement. She was instrumental in starting the evening "credit retrieval" program at MVHS. Jane was a "straight shooter".....firm but fair. I learned a lot from Jane working night school together for three years. She was a wonderful educator and a respected colleague.
Jane was the driving force behind many good things at Magic Valley High School. While I do not think she would take the credit for the things she did. Jane created a food bank for the students and was very instrumental in getting scholarships for the students; one of which is the Magic Valley High School Scholarship. I am proud to have had Jane as a friend and a colleague. Patty Silvers, Teacher at Magic Valley High School.