Odenville Middle School

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  • It is with profound sadness that we inform you of the loss of an admired and esteemed colleague and friend of the Odenville Middle School family. Mr. Leo Davidovich was a special education teacher who reached his students with his engaging lessons, training, and development of functional life skills. He diligently worked to make his lessons applicable to his students, and he strongly believed students should be able to use the skills from his classroom later in life. Mr. Davidovich was beloved by all his students at OMS because his students knew how much he cared for them and loved them. Each day he was a prompt and punctual member of the faculty who was open to new ideas to better himself as a teacher. He motivated his students to want to come to school and learn, and he was a stable person in their lives.  In the short time Mr. Davidovich was a faculty member at OMS, he enhanced the school atmosphere by bolstering the staff morale with his infectious wit. The Odenville community has truly lost a selfless teacher and human being that will be forever missed.

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