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January 18, 2019

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December 31, 2018
Eleanor was my practicum teacher at Belle Morris in Knoxville in the 1970's. I just found out that she passed away this morning. I remember her love of dogs and all students! Her kindness and creativity inspired me to become the best teacher I could be throughout my career in Canada.I will always love her for her encouragement and care! I taught in her grade 5 classroom. She made a difference in in my life! Blessings to her beautiful memory and family! Dr. Candice Amber ( formerly Fulmes)
April 18, 2018
Approximately 54 years ago an unkempt little girl arrived in Mrs. Briiton's 5th grade classroom at Belle Morris Elementary School. To her great surprise, Mrs. Britton treated her kindly and spent the year polishing her into a shiny piece of gold. I've never forgotten Mrs. Britton creating an inclusive, caring, and meaningful classroom environment. A spark was lit in that fifth grade classroom and I hope that she would be proud that the little girl went on to become a confident, respected, award winning professional who helps to polish others. Sincerest condolences to the Britton family.