Many educators choose to go beyond what is expected to help students learn.
A few of them were acknowledged at a celebration on January 30.
Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) recognized more than 50 “outstanding” staff members at Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School in Manassas, according to a release.
“Each person we are honoring this evening is part of the remarkable team that is providing a world-class education to the students of Prince William County Public Schools,” Superintendent Steve Walts said to event attendees.
The ceremony acknowledged 22 educators who have earned National Board Certifications, the highest national achievement they can receive.
PWCS also honored 29 teachers and two principals who were nominated for the school system’s Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year awards.
A committee of parents, staff members and administrators reviewed submissions for the two awards.
Here are the National Board Certified Teachers, and Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year nominees, according to a release:
Teachers Nominated for Teacher of the Year
Principals Nominated for Principal of the Year
National Board Certified Teachers
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