Roxbury Public Schools, a K-12 district preparing the children of today for tomorrow, announced its Teachers of the Year for the 2013-2014 school year at its June 2 board meeting.
“We have high-quality teachers in our district but these individuals represent the cream of the crop,” said Roxbury Board of Education President Theresa D’Agostino. “It my pleasure to honor these teachers who represent the best of Roxbury.”
The following teachers were recognized:
|Roxbury High School||Denise Tinquist||English|
|Eisenhower Middle School||Mary Stumpf||Math|
|Lincoln-Roosevelt Elementary School||Francine Miller||Grade 6/Math|
|Franklin Elementary School||Toni Gelok||Grade 2|
|Jefferson Elementary School||Kristin Meiser||Grade 4|
|Kennedy Elementary School||Justine Matz||Kindergarten|
|Nixon Elementary School||Kelly Quinty||Grade 2|
Each Teacher of the Year was honored at the board meeting with a speech by her school principal. Each teacher also received a handcrafted red Italian alabaster apple paperweight with gold leaf accent and an honorary certificate from the District.
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