Back To School Teacher Giveaway Winners

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Back To School Teacher Giveaway Winners


Ashley Pugh

Teacher at Russell Middle School

What their Nominator said: “I have seen firsthand how Mrs. Pugh goes way beyond her duties to meet students’ needs. We have found nothing but support from the entire school staff however, Mrs. Pugh has proven to be exceptional in her role.”


Cree Nix

Teacher at Centennial Arts Academy

What their Nominator said: “Cree is one of the most motivated and talented young ladies that has entered the profession in the past 6 years. She is selfless, determined, and gives 100% of herself daily.”


Lorri Turner

Teacher at Lyman Hall Elementary

What their Nominator said: “Mrs. Turner is the kind of teacher that gets to know each and every one of her kids as individuals. She encourages them to join in as she celebrates their uniqueness.”


Valerie Lancaster

Teacher at Westside Middle School

What their Nominator said: “Mrs. Lancaster goes over and beyond to help her students succeed. She arrives early and stays late to support her students as well as her teacher team. She helps find different ways to get students excited to try math.”


Sarah Hamby

Teacher at C.W. Davis Middle School

What their Nominator said: “As the only faculty member in the ESOL department, it is her responsibility to ensure that 100 students are appropriately served and receiving their educational opportunities. She believes in helping the students reach their academic and personal goals.”


Kristen Murphy

Teacher at North Hall High School

What their Nominator said: “Despite the very difficult times teaching in the classroom, especially through Covid mitigation and day-to-day challenges, she produces A+ instruction every day. Additionally, she is always there for her colleagues.”


Lindsey Held

Teacher at Bramlett Elementary School

What their Nominator said: “Mrs. Held and her team play key roles in our children’s lives and they show up every day with a smile and open arms to make a school positive and loving environment for learning. Due to the pandemic, they are having to work endless hours on lesson plans to make sure all children learn and grow and that no child is left behind from in-person learning to digital learning. I am blessed for our school and honored to have my child with these amazing teachers.”


Jennifer McFalls

Teacher at Tadmore Elementary School

What their Nominator said: “She is a self-contained special education teacher and goes above and beyond for her students like they are her own. Because of her, my son has made so many leaps and bounds that seem so impossible because she cares so much and wants him to be successful.”

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