Woman's positive attitude wins her a High 5

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This morning we suprised a Cottonwood Heights woman with a KSL High 5. Michelle Stewart's husband nominated her for making a positive impact on teenagers at her work and in her home.

John Stewart says Michelle demonstrates a very positive attitude during times of transition for her family and in her job as an English teacher for troubled teens at a local facility.

He said, "She's amazing at her job. She's just the nicest person I know. She's a new stepmother to my girls and has taken that role on incredibly. We've been married for a year now and it's been one of the best years of my life."

He added, "She's always just the brightest, happiest person I know. That exudes and helps others around her. I know her students appreciate that."

Michelle said, "I love my job. I love the kids. They've had hard things in their lives and they inspire me because they've come through hard times but a lot of the time they have a positive attitude and it rubs off on me."

If you'd like to nominate someone for a High 5, see the link on this page.

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