“Outstanding Educators” help struggling students succeed
By Alex on May 14th, 2012
Here at Scholastic we work with a lot of amazing teachers—everyday I find myself inspired by the passion educators have for their students and their success. So I was beyond thrilled when I was able to help select the 2012 READ 180 and System 44 Outstanding Educators. This was a fun but very difficult job, there were SO many great nominations!
The Scholastic Outstanding Educator Awards recognize the exceptional commitment of READ 180 and System 44 educators who have helped students overcome their reading challenges, truly turning students’ lives around. These four teachers have helped struggling students turn their lives around by learning to read in READ 180 or System 44 classrooms. This year’s winners have gone above and beyond to ensure struggling students become life long readers and succeed across all subject areas.
So without further ado, (drum roll please) here are the 2012 Outstanding Educators…
The 2012 READ 180 Outstanding Educators are:
High School: Janelle MacLean –Alonso High School, Tampa FL
Middle School: Karen Settles – Oscar Smith Middle School, Chesapeake, VA
Elementary School: Maria Richard – North Street Elementary School, New Iberia, LA
The 2012 System 44 Outstanding Educator is:
Amy Morinville – Floyd Light Middle School, Portland OR
Congratulations to all of our winners!
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