Thirteenth Annual Celebrating Leadership in Education Awards ...
Fourteenth Annual Celebrating Leadership in Education Awards Ceremony Honoring the: New Hampshire Blue Ribbon Schools New Hampshire Recipients of the Presidential Award for
Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching New Hampshire Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalists, Finalists and the 2016 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year December 17, 2015
Every day a New Hampshire teacher makes a difference in the life of a child. Every year the NH Department of Education honors outstanding educators who make their communities, profession, and the world a better place. Commissioner of Education, Virginia Barry welcomed the group
and read a letter from Governor Hassan Liz Lichtenberg is a Gifted and Talented Enrichment Coordinator and Teacher at the Alton Central School. Along with her teaching duties, she represented New Hampshire as our 2015 Teacher of the Year. She spoke about the profession of learning, her experiences from this last year and how it all
connects to the efforts we wage to affect education in this state. Representatives from Senators Shaheen and Ayottes offices and Congresswoman Ann Kusters office read letters.
Blue Ribbon Schools The Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle, and high schools that are either high performing or have improved student achievement to high levels, especially among disadvantaged students.
State Board Members Cindy Chagnon and Bill Duncan presented the Blue Ribbon School Awards Canaan Elementary School
Gilmanton School Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) The Presidential Awards program, funded by the National Science Foundation, identifies outstanding teachers who serve
as role models for their colleagues. The 2015 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching recognizes 7th through 12th grade teachers who have at least five years of teaching experience in mathematics or science and is a full-time employee of his or her school district.
Donna Dubey and Eric Feldborg of the NH Department of Education presented the PAEMST Awards PAEMST NH Recipients Robin Ellwood, Rye Junior High and Patrick Kaplo, Windham High School
SMART Technologies of Canada sponsors State Teacher of the Year programs through the donation of interactive education technologies and professional development opportunities. Randy Welch spoke on behalf of SMART NH Teacher of the Year
The purpose of the program is to select a teacher who is worthy of speaking for and energizing the teaching profession, and representing the positive contributions of all teachers statewide. Jean-Marie Beauchemin of Hannafords presented these awards. (pictured left to right: Laura LaVallee, Elizabeth Lounder, Ashley Preston, Alan Magnusson, Jennifer Thompson, Bridgette Doucette-Howell, and Jean-Marie)
Semi-Finalists Bridgette Doucettte-Howell, RSEC Academy, Amherst, Social Studies Alan Magnusson, Hampton Academy, Science Finalist
Laura LaVallee, Portsmouth High School, English Finalist Elizabeth Lounder, Winchester School, English Finalist
Jennifer Thompson, Unity Elementary School, Language Arts & Social Studies 2016 NH Teacher of the Year Ashley Preston, Parker Varney Elementary School, Manchester, Preschool
Not pictured Sarah Rosenbleeth, Newfields Elementary School, Fourth Grade Semi-Finalist Christopher Schoff, Portsmouth High School, Mathematics - Finalist
The New Hampshire Department of Education wishes to thank Hannaford Supermarkets for their continued support of the New Hampshire Teacher
of the Year Program SMART Technologies for their generous donation of classroom technology products and services. And the Emcee for the evening Madeline Mullen a Senior at
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