Toby Mykuth, a well-loved teacher for the Albert Gallatin Area School District, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, 23 May 2023 (Evening). He made a significant contribution to the community of Uniontown and the school where he taught kindergarten at Smithfield Elementary School.
Madeline Davis is personally aware of the effect. This year, her son attended his class. They cherished him. “Because just his energy, amazing energy,” Davis said. “Just full of life, and I think he just brought out a joy for learning for the kids.”
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It was unexpected to hear of his untimely passing on Tuesday morning.
“It’s devastating,” Davis said. “My son was so lucky to have him for his first year of school, and I just felt so lucky, and I know he was getting just a wonderful education, and this is just a terrible, terrible loss.”
For almost 20 years, Maykuth was a kindergarten teacher at Smithfield Elementary. He oversaw the high school’s theatrical program and served as its musical director. Along with that, he was employed by the Uniontown State Theatre.
The district superintendent and Andrew Havranek of Channel 11 spoke via phone on Tuesday. He claimed that because Maykuth had worked with so many pupils around the area, it was reasonable to let everyone go early.
It demonstrates how essential Mr. Maykuth was to everyone, commented Davis. There will be no school at Smithfield Elementary on Wednesday, the district announced in a statement on Tuesday afternoon.
Beloved Teacher Toby Mykuth Passes Away Unexpectedly:
*Toby Maykuth – Pennsylvania U.S.A.
*May 23, 2023 – Beloved Kindergarten Teacher
*Cause: “Died Unexpectedly”
— cheri maday (@resilient333) May 24, 2023
They also advise parents to keep an eye out for indications of stress in their kids following this unexpected loss. Additionally, Davis had a message for the locals. “I just, I think we need to learn to appreciate our teachers more than what we do,” she said.
For the remainder of the year, according to the school, all of the schools will have therapists, social workers, and counselors on staff. June 5 is the last day of classes.