"Teachers of the Week"

February 6, 2017

 

Congratulations to this week's Educator of the Week, Mrs. Amy Weed, 1st Grade Teacher at Schuylerville Elementary School. Mrs. Weed is always positive and loves to do fun things in her class. When her students are struggling with their work, she always puts in the extra effort to help them in any way. Both her students and their parents appreciate how Mrs. Weed goes above and beyond every day.

Again, Congratulations to this weeks Educator of the Week, Mrs. Amy Weed, 1st Grade Teacher at Schuylerville Elementary School.


 

Past Teacher of the Week Winners

 

January 30th - Mrs. Kelli Moore - William H. Barton Intermediate School

Mrs. Moore makes learning fun because she is always so happy. She calls parents at home to update them on their child's progress in class. At the end of each week, she lets her students participate in a special raffle. Mrs. Moore is organized, observant and nurturing.

January 23rd - Mrs. Lisa Birchmore - Granville Jr-Sr High School

Mrs. Birchmore has a true passion for teaching and is extremely dedicated to her students. She started the Junior High School Robotics Club where she helped students build their own robots and took them to Rochester and Syracuse to compete. Mrs. Birchmore encourages her students to think out of the box and allows them to have fun and use their imagination.

January 16th - Mr. William Hogan - Hudson Falls Middle School

Mr. Hogan is a great Math Teacher because he takes his time with every student to make certain they understand how to do the work. He is also very funny and makes learning Math fun, which sometimes is not easy to do. Mr. Hogan makes sure his students can get extra help after school if they need it.

January 9th - Mrs. Laura Pisani - Moreau Elementary School

Mrs. Pisani's students like her because she is nice and when someone is upset, she always finds a way to make them feel better. Mrs. Pisani is great at finding fun and educational activities for her class to do.

January 2nd - Ms. Andrea Palmer, Hadley-Luzerne Junior-Senior High School

Ms. Palmer often takes time out of her busy day to help students one-on-one. Recently Ms. Palmer has been helping a special needs student with their pottery skills. She is also a Soccer Coach at Hadley-Luzerne and for all she does we are thankful.

December 26th - Miss Lisa Ciampa, Greenwich High School.

Miss Ciampa is an amazing teacher with a great sense of humor. She makes learning fun and always shares a laugh with her students. When her students are stressed over work, she always finds a way to help them relax.

December 19th - Mrs. Dorothea Casey, Tanglewood Elementary School

Mrs. Casey has been teaching music for 30 years and whether it is singing or playing instruments, she's done it all! She does a great job instilling the love of music in all of her students and goes out of her way to help them learn all about music. Many thanks to Mrs. Dorthea Casey!

December 12th - Mrs. Nichole Jerzak - Jackson Heights Elementary School

Mrs. Jerzak is a wonderful teacher who works hard to teach academics, but also encourages her students to give back. This holiday season she is helping her students run a fundraiser for the Make A Wish Foundation. Mrs. Jerzak is an excellent role model for her students.

December 5th - Mrs. Amy Maxwell - Salem Central School

Mrs. Maxwell likes to give her students mini projects in her class that are fun to do and help them learn something along the way. In addition to her teaching duties, she is also the FFA and Junior FFA advisor in Salem. Mrs. Maxwell puts in a lot of extra time to plan out and attend field trips that her students love.

November 28th - Mrs. Jonelle Bacon - Warrensburg Elementary School

Mrs. Bacon is not only a School Nurse, but is also an ER Nurse, so her medical knowledge helps gives parents piece of mind. She is able to assess a situation with a students quickly and provide parents with accurate information. Mrs. Bacon understands the parents need to know that their children are safe when they have to go to the school nurse.

November 21st - Miss Alicia Collier - The Oliver W. Winch Middle School

Miss Collier offers her students a lot of extra help with their Math both after school and during their lunch period. She realizes that Math can be difficult at times but helps her students to reach their individual potential. Miss Collier also coaches the South Glens Falls Varsity Girls Volleyball Team. Thanks to Miss Alicia Collier for all her extra efforts!

November 14th - Mr. James Campbell - Cambridge Elementary School

Mr. Campbell is a good teacher because he is always willing to help his students with their homework. He has a great sense of humor and makes learning fun by making everything sound exciting. Mr. Campbell encourages his students to never give up because he knows you can do it.

November 7th - Mrs. Alanna Powers - Fort Ann Elementary School

Mrs. Powers is always working hard to find new and exciting ways to keep her students engaged in their lessons. She is extremely dedicated to her class and she truly creates a fun learning environment for her students. Her students and their parents feel lucky to have Mrs. Alanna Powers as a Teacher at Fort Ann Elementary School.

October 31st - Mrs. Jody Pratt - Abraham Wing Elementary School

Mrs. Pratt is a dedicated teacher, but does so much more. She is the head of the PTA, runs student government and the school store. Mrs. Pratt also is instrumental with the Abraham Wing Student Talent Show and School Fair. She is an amazing teacher and really cares about he children and school. Thanks Mrs. Pratt for all you do!

October 24th - Miss Beth Ellis - Argyle Central Schools

Miss Ellis has had tremendous success working with her students and has helped them make huge strides socially, academically and personally. She works with students of various ages and has to develop specific lesson plans for all of them. Miss Ellis also coaches the Argyle JV Volleyball team.

October 17th - Mrs. Tina Bureau - William H. Barton Intermediate School

Mrs. Bureau always finds a way to make her students smile. She makes learning fun and likes to surprise her class from time to time to keep their attention. Mrs. Bureau teaches her students to be fluent in their reading and writing and inspires them to always work hard. Thank you Mrs. Tina Bureau for being a great teacher!

October 10th - Mr. Andrew Warning - Corinth Middle School

Mr. Waring not only teaches Art, he works on the stage design for the school plays, creates art after school with students, coaches and above all else is always available for 1 to 1 mentoring for students who need just a little more attention. He is always smiling and looking out for his students and for all he does, we're proud to make Mr. Andrew Waring this weeks Teacher of the Week.

October 3rd - Ms. Vicki Perkins - Salem Central Schools

Ms. Perkins has been so much more than a great English Teacher at Salem for over 30 years...she helps the seniors organize their graduation and the Juniors organize the 11th Grade prom every year. All the students and the staff at Salem Central Schools appreciates the extra work that Mrs. Perkins puts in for the school and her students.

September 26th - Mrs. Trisha Crandall - Argyle Central School

Mrs. Crandall does a great job engaging her students and has a lot of fun with them. She works well with the parents to help facilitate active learning, both in the classroom and at home. The Argyle community appreciates all that Mrs. Crandall does to help her students.

September 19th - Mr. Michael Springer - Queensbury Elementary School

Mr. Springer is really good at welcoming the new students coming into kindergarten in September. He does a great job assimilating the boys and girls in their school routine. Mr. Springer is very communicative and has a fun, but firm approach... which is necessary for his young students.

 

 

 

 









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