A few Manassas educators are being recognized for their hard work and dedication to their students.
Nine teachers from Manassas City Public Schools (MCPS) are being considered for the Washington Post Teacher of the Year Award.
They were recognized at a school board meeting on January 23.
The annual award seeks to acknowledge excellent teachers and encourage high-quality education in northern Virginia.
Nominees must have five years of teaching experience, and must show “outstanding leadership,” according to a release from MCPS.
They must understand each student’s needs and encourage them to learn, as well.
The nine nominees are:
The winners and finalists will be announced in mid-April.
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