All award incentives were contributed by
Mrs. Julia Veazey, Assistant Superintendent
by Chateaux Year Published: 2018
This is Ms. Fairchild’s fourth year here at Chateaux School. She has two children who also attended our district and her favorite color is purple. Her partner will say and all of Chateaux will agree that she is an “awesome” teacher! She is caring and loving and treats all of her students as if they were her own. Her partner says that she is the “Robin” to her “Batman” which is always evident as you see them dressing alike on theme days with t-shirts that display motivating or funny quotes just because they want to motivate their students and show great team and school spirit. Ms. Fairchild is a shining example of how motivation and a caring spirit can motivate students to learn!
by Fieldcrest Year Published: 2018
Ms. Millay is new to Fieldcrest School and very excited to join the Fieldcrest family! She has been in preschool for 2 years and grew up knowing she wanted to be a teacher! She is involved in a Girl Scout summer camp where she has worked for the past 10 years teaching girls of all ages many different life and survival skills and helping them boost their confidence. She loves to get her learners involved in their learning and create unique experiences for them. She also loves to see the students enjoying their learning and experiences both in the classroom and out of the classroom!
by Highlands Year Published: 2018
Ms. Olbera, resource teacher, is an invaluable asset to Highlands School. She works diligently with students, and is always willing to lend a helping hand to her colleagues. Ms. Olbera consistently participates in our family nights, and she understands the importance of working as a team. She helps to make Highlands a wonderful place to be with her contributions towards district goals.
by Mae Jemison Year Published: 2018
Mrs. Barry is our November teacher of the month. She is our awesome PE teacher and involves the students in wonderful physical activities as well as leading an RTI group and giving student extra exercise time in order to improve their health. When not at school, Mrs. Barry enjoys doing many kinds of arts and crafts, and spending time with her husband.
by Markham Park Year Published: 2018
Ms. Ritza is a great 2nd grade Teacher here at Markham Park School. She has been in District 144 and at Markham Park Shcool for 10 years. She gives great support and help to her colleagues. She is on the DLT Committee and PBIS Coach.
by Nob Hill Year Published: 2018
Ms. Dearman is a vested teacher to district 144 and our Nob Hill Family. This year, Ms. Dearman took on the challenge of being a fourth grade teacher. Every year Ms. Dearman adapts her lessons and improves her pedagogy to adjust and do what is BEST for our students and TEAM! She is the team leader for our auxiliary staff and ensures they are communicated to continuously. Ms. Dearman is a SWAGG mentor and meet with our young ladies every Tuesday and Thursday to provide them positive guidance and motivation. Ms. Dearman also continued as our school’s Student Council coordinator. Each event we host at Nob Hill she ensures our Student Council represents as escorts and greeters for Nob Hill. Ms. Dearman also worked with our 4th grade students to present at our District’s Board meeting for Nob Hill’s technology presentation. Ms. Dearman continues to ensure our students are prepared academically and emotionally. During our after school program she works with our intermediate students to ensure they are proficient in both reading and math. As a mentor, Ms. Dearman continues to share concepts with her colleagues that will enhance the teacher’s pedagogy and each child’s learning process. Ms. Dearman has a sunshine personality and a selfless heart. Congratulations Ms. Dearman…Nob Hill’s Best!
by PHJH Year Published: 2018
Mrs. H.B. Chipley is one of Prairie-Hills Junior High Social Science Teachers. This is Mrs. H.B. Chipley’s tenth year as a Mustang. She serves the students, staff, and community is multiple fashion. She is the Social Science department chair. She serves as S.K.Y.E.S. mentor, a SWAGG mentor, and new teacher mentor. Mrs. H.B. Chipley has chaperoned both previous 8th grade trips to Washington D.C. She works diligently building positive relationships with students, teachers, and parents. You can always hear her positively challengingly her co-workers to have great attendance. Mrs. H.B. Chipley is an asset to the entire PHJH community and is very deserving to be selected as teacher of the month for November 2018.