December 8, 2014
Congratulations to this week's Educator of the Week, Ms. Rebecca Harke (pronounced har-key) 6th Grade Math and Science Teacher at the Hartford Central Schools. Ms. Harke really takes the time to make sure her students understand all of their material and isn't afraid to stay late to help even more. She also volunteers her free time to chaperone school field trips and dances.
Again, Congratulations to this weeks Educator of the Week, Ms. Rebecca Harke, 6th Grade Math and Science Teacher at the Hartford Central Schools.
Past Teacher of the Week Winners
Mrs. Cathy Kilby
Granville Junior-Senior High School
December 1st Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Kilby is an amazing Math teacher and really knows how to motivate her students. She also coaches Field Hockey, Bowling and Softball at Granville High School.
Mrs. Robin Bristol
Greenwich Central Schools
November 24th Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Bristol stays at the school everyday after classes to work on maximizing the time with her students the next day. She does an excellent job communicating with parents so they know exactly how their child is doing in her class.
Cambridge Junior-Senior High School
November 17th Teacher of the Week
Mr. White is excellent at identifying and nurturing his students individual strengths. He encourages his students to explore their personal interests through individualized projects and takes and interest in the future success of his students.
Mrs. Michele Bromley
Granville Junior-Senior High School
November 10th Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Bromley is dedicated to helping her students earn the best grades possible. She holds review classes after school around the time of the regents exams and is also the 2016 class advisor.
Mrs. Tiffany Wendel
Fort Edward Elementary
November 3rd Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Wendel is a very dedicated teacher often staying up late to prep for the next days classes and going to school on her day off to work on projects. She works hard to provide every student a quality educational experience in her classroom. Her students and parents appreciate all of Mrs. Wendel's extra efforts.
|Mr. Dan Ladd
Harrison Avenue Elementary School
October 27th Teacher of the Week
Mr. Ladd is famous in school for giving the students "High Fives" when he sees them in the hall. He is always energetic, positive and loves to make the kids smile through their day. Mr. Ladd does a great job at Harrison Avenue Elementary school, parents and staff members appreciate his extra efforts.
Mr. Tim Paris
Hudson Falls Intermediate School
October 20th Teacher of the Week
Mr. Paris always has fun and interesting ways to teach his students. He has found ways to keep his students focused on their lessons during class and they appreciate all of his extra efforts.
Mrs. Theresa Wilcox
Warrensburg Junior-Senior High School
October 13th Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Wilcox is always finding the time to help her students and creates a fun atmosphere in her classroom. She is retiring after this year and Mrs. Wilcox will be missed by everyone at the Warrensburg Junior-Senior High School.
Tanglewood Elementary School
October 6th Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Metivier shares her passion for reading with her students. She has started many fund raising programs in the school to grow the reading program and makes a real difference with her students reading progress.
Mr. Jeremy Bouteiller
Glens Falls Middle & High Schools
September 29th Teacher of the Week
Mr. Bouteiller recently moved up from the Elementary Schools and the fun and motivating way he teachers music is appreciated by students and parents alike. He is always willing to meet with students before or after school to help them prepare for special performances.
Mrs. Jennifer Cornell
Lake George Junior-Senior High School
September 22nd Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Cornell has so many creative ways to teach her lessons. She makes Spanish class fun and exciting and is always willing to give her students extra help when they need it.
Hudson Falls High School
September 15th Teacher of the Week
Mrs. Farrell makes reading and writing fun, and she helps to make the story jump off the page. She is excellent at keeping her students engaged in the classroom and she always takes the time to help her students.