[NHDOE-ETNews] Nominations open for 2019 NH Teacher of the Year
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Tue Feb 13 12:30:51 EST 2018
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ITEM: Nominations open for 2019 NH Teacher of the Year
The NH Department of Education (DOE) is accepting nominations for the 2019 NH Teacher of the Year. Anyone can nominate an outstanding teacher by simply contacting Lori Kincaid, Teacher of the Year Coordinator at (603) 271-6646 or Lori.Kincaid at doe.nh.gov<mailto:Lori.Kincaid at doe.nh.gov>. The nomination should be made no later than February 16, 2018 to ensure that the nominated teacher is given enough time to thoroughly prepare an application that reflects exemplary teaching prior to the application deadline. Teachers may download an application at www.education.nh.gov/recognition/toy.htm<http://www.education.nh.gov/recognition/toy.htm> and submit it to the DOE no later than March 18, 2018.
A Teacher of the Year candidate should be an exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled person from any state-approved or accredited school, pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, who is certified in the State of NH, demonstrates leadership and intends to continue in the teaching profession.
The purpose of the program is to select a teacher who is capable of speaking for and energizing the teaching profession. The NH Teacher of the Year serves as a leader and ambassador for all the outstanding teachers devoted to the highest level of student learning.
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