MC2 STEM High School
Student and Parent Weekly Notes: 11/13/2017
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Award-winning teachers to serve as role models
Ten award-winning CMSD teachers are reaping well-deserved congratulations. They also are planning ways to share their methods with peers across the District.
Recipients of the second annual Excellence in Teaching Awards were honored Thursday with a gala in the Ballroom at Park Lane.
Excellence in Teaching is a partnership between CMSD, the Cleveland Teachers Union and the Cleveland and George Gund foundations. In addition to the award, the winning teachers each get $5,000.
The winners, who were announced in early October, are:
Dean Bryson, ninth-grade physical science, New Tech Collinwood
Mary deVille, fourth-grade math, Euclid Park School
Tonya Dunlap, first- and second-grade special education, Buhrer Dual Language Academy
Catherine Duplisea, kindergarten, Orchard School
Kirsten Fischer, sixth- through eight-grade English language arts, Scranton School
Andrea Kitchen, kindergarten, Louisa May Alcott School
Jason Levy, fourth- through eighth-grade music, Campus International K-8
Rita Mikita, ninth-grade science, MC²STEM High School
Alexis Pohlman, sixth- through eighth-grade math, Louis Agassiz School
Jordan Siegler, fourth- through eighth-grade English language arts and science, Charles Dickens School
The program is designed to recognize outstanding teachers and inspire others to f