The achievements of area educators were recently brought to the public’s attention.
Several faculty members were recognized at Prince William County Public Schools’ (PWCS) Annual Outstanding Educators event.
It was held at Colgan High School in Manassas on February 25, according to a release.
“While only one teacher and one principal will represent our School Division in “The Washington Post” awards program, the School Board members and the administrative leadership team believe that all nominees are deserving of the awards and that their achievements should be celebrated,” Superintendent Steve Walts told attendees.
The school system honored 30 teachers and 10 principals who have been nominated for Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year.
Twenty-six educators who have been named National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) were acknowledged, as well.
These are the individuals who were honored, according to releases from PWCS:
Teacher of the Year Nominees
Principal of the Year Nominees
National Board Certified Teachers:
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