Darlington County School District announce 2015-16 Teachers of the Year

Twenty-three teachers have been chosen by their schools to represent the schools as the 2015-16 School Teachers of the Year. The Darlington County Teacher of the Year Program honors and awards those teachers who exceed expectations to provide meaningful and rewarding learning experiences for the students of Darlington County. It is dedicated to all teachers who work diligently every day for their students.

Teachers can volunteer to apply or be nominated. Each applicant completes an extensive application and is interviewed by a panel of judges from his/her school. From these applications and interviews, a School Teacher of the Year is chosen. School Teachers of the Year receive a cash award and are members of the Teacher Forum and the Superintendent’s Advisory Cabinet.

Teachers of the Year:

• Ashley Rogers, 4TH grade, Brockington Elementary Magnet School

• Summer Craddock, 3rd grade, Brunson-Dargan Elementary School

• Ashley Smith, 1st grade, Cain Elementary School

• Meredith Hall, 2nd grade, Carolina Elementary School

• James Griggs, Machine Tool Technology, Darlington County Institute of Technology

• Anitra Caldwell, Math, Darlington County Intervention School

• Lindsey Cote, English, Darlington High School

• Chenethia Brown, Science, Darlington Middle School

• Jamie Horton, World History & US History, Hartsville High School

• Scott Bullard, Band, Hartsville Middle School

• Cameron Bridgeman, 1st grade, Lamar Elementary School

• Oscar Wright, Band, Lamar High School

• Paulette Lunn, English, Mayo High School for Math, Science & Technology

• Amanda Griggs, 1st grade, North Hartsville Elementary School

• Holly Shirey, 1st grade, Pate Elementary School

• Jacqueline Moore, Kindergarten, Rosenwald Elementary/Middle School

• Anita Goodwin, School Counselor, Southside Early Childhood Center

• Elizabeth Green, 5th grade, Spaulding Elementary School

• Kaywanna Bradley, Science, Spaulding Middle School

• Michelle Baltz, 2nd grade, St. John’s Elementary School

• Stacey Johnson, Art, Thornwell School for the Arts

• Jarriel Jacobs, School Counselor, Washington Street Elementary School

• Tajuana James, 5th grade, West Hartsville Elementary School

These teachers will compete for the Darlington County School District Teacher of the Year.

Author: Duane Childers

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