2019 Teacher of the Year Winners Scroll down to review criteria
Anna Smith, Dallas Academy; Jhoana Cayme-Mosley, Lakehill Preparatory School; Tim Hagood, Lakehill Preparatory School; Michael Jones, J. L. Long Middle School; Jennifer Edoghotu, L. L. Hotchkiss Elementary School; Jose Delgado – Bryan Adams High School
2019 Winners Jennifer Edoghotu – L. L. Hotchkiss Elementary School Michael Jones – J. L. Long Middle School Jose Delgado – Bryan Adams High School Jhoana Cayme-Mosley Lakehill Preparatory School Anna Smith – Dallas Academy Tim Hagood – Lakehill Preparatory School
Congratulations to the 2019 Finalists Miguel Vazquez Dominguez, Mount Auburn STEAM Academy; Warren Johnson, Eduardo Mata Montessori; Elma Rios, Eduardo Mata Montessori; Jonna Stout, Eduardo Mata Montessori; Aaron Aguilar, WH Gaston; Josh Ault, Robert T. Hill Middle School; Emma Buzas, IGNITE Middle School; Kevin Grimes, Dealey Montessori and International Academy; Caitlin Schmidt, J.L. Long Middle School; Shelly Thibodaux, Robert T. Hill Middle School; Becky Brown, Emmett J. Conrad High School; Brandon Harper, Skyline Career Development Center; Russ Keleman, Woodrow Wilson High School; Blythe Mundlin, Woodrow Wilson High School; Amy Aldrete, St. Patrick Catholic School; Ellen Zimmerman, Dallas Academy; Kathy Carroll, St. John's Episcopal School; Bradley Neyland, Lakehill Preparatory School; Andrew Balettie, Bishop Lynch High School; Randy Becker, Bishop Lynch High School; Jennifer Brock, Dallas Academy; Maggie Morales, Bishop Lynch High School;
Teacher of the Year Nominations
The Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce is soliciting nominations for its annual Teacher of the Year Award. The purpose is to recognize educators who are providing outstanding education for their respective students. Recipients of this award must have made significant contributions toward innovative, unique and novel programs that are serving to improve and promote education.
There will be awards for Elementary School, Middle School and High School for both Public and PrivateSchools in the East Dallas area of Dallas, Texas. A total of six awards will be presented.
Nominations are being solicited from the Education Community, from the Chamber Board of Directors and from Chamber membership. The awards event will be held on Tuesday, November 19th at Lakehill Preparatory Schools Alice and Erle Nye Family Environmental Science Center located at 7401 Ferguson Road (on the northwest quadrant of Ferguson Road and I-30).
All nominations will be submitted online. Below are the criteria for the nominees
For further information, contact the Chamber office at 214-328-4100.
NOMINEE ELIGIBILITY Individuals employed as full-time classroom/laboratory/ teachers and coaches are eligible recipients for this award.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: The nominee demonstrates instructional expertise, creativity, and innovation. The nominee uses a variety of techniques to effectively address students’ different learning styles and needs. The nominee is an instructional leader at the local, state, and/or national level.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: The nominee frequently interacts with community members on substantive education issues. The nominee identifies and helps to bring community resources to students in both formal and informal settings.
LEADERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: The nominee continually engages in experience to improve his or her practice and to gain new skills and knowledge. The nominee shares this new learning with colleagues in a variety of venues. The nominee’s participation in and commitment to professional development has a visible impact on his or her institution, student and community.
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY: The nominee works to provide a learning environment that meets the needs of all students, regardless of differences. The nominee recognizes and explicitly addresses the full array of values, cultures, and experiences represented in our diverse modern society, both through curriculum and instruction and in other interactions with students.