Duluth Schools Name Top Teachers

Announcing Teacher of the Year at each GCPS school the first step in selecting systemwide TOTY.

Each Gwinnett County Public School has named its Teacher of the Year (TOTY). This is the first step in the school system’s search for the 2013 GCPS Teacher of the Year.

Chosen by their colleagues at their local schools, these dedicated educators are known for challenging and motivating their students to reach their full learning potential, according to a GCPS press release announcing the honorees.

The annual Teacher of the Year recognition process begins each fall in GCPS schools.

The 131 local school honorees will move into the next phase of the TOTY process as they are considered for the systemwide honor. This group will be narrowed down to 25 semifinalists later in September. Six finalists will be chosen in mid-October from that group.

The annual Teacher of the Year banquet and the announcement of
the top teacher in Gwinnett County Public Schools is scheduled for Thursday,
Nov. 1, 2012.

Here are the honorees from Duluth Custer schools:

  • Berkeley Lake Elementary – Dr. Candy Steventon, Special Education teacher Learning Disabilities (Grade 5)
  • Chattahoochee Elementary – Anne-Lise Botting, Special Education teacher Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (Grades K-2)
  • Chesney Elementary – Sarah Boyce, Special Education teacher Interrelated Resource (Grades K-5)
  • Duluth High – Erica Millette, Mathematics teacher (Grade 9)
  • Duluth Middle – Erica Parkman, Science teacher (Grade 8)
  • Harris Elementary – Tracy Evans, Science teacher (Grades K-5)
  • Monarch School – Beth Albright, Early Childhood Program teacher (Pre-K)
Tom Wood September 19, 2012 at 10:49 AM
So much more positive to see education news like this, rather than teachers in red t-shirts marching in the streets of Chicago, giving TV reporters idiotic sound bytes. Congratulation to one and all for outstanding devotion to the process of educating our children.


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