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June 18, 2014

Beavercreek City Schools recently recognized nine individuals with 2013-14 Outstanding Educator Awards.

Beavercreek City Schools recently recognized nine individuals with 2013-14 Outstanding Educator Awards.

Educators may be nominated for this honor by students, parents, fellow staff members or members of the school district community.  A committee of parents, teachers and administrators evaluates candidates based on guidelines established by Phi Delta Kappa, an international professional fraternity for men and women in education, and selects one winner from each school building.  Instructional ability, educational accomplishment, professional attributes, community involvement and consideration for student needs and morale are chief considerations.
Honorees must be licensed educators, and may serve the district as teachers, librarians, counselors, school nurses, speech pathologists or administrators.  Recipients of the 2013-14 award include:

·         Beavercreek High School – Paige Rizzotte, Special Education Language Arts and Social Studies

·         Ankeney Middle School – Kristine Montague, 8th grade Intervention Specialist

·         Coy Middle School – Sheri Steeber, 7th grade Math teacher

·         Fairbrook Elementary School – Courtney Youngs, Kindergarten teacher

·         Main Elementary School – Tracy Moorhead, 4th grade teacher

·         Parkwood Elementary School – Leah Mosser, Preschool teacher

·         Shaw Elementary School – Kristen Sines, 1st grade teacher

·         Trebein Elementary School – Kelly Rice, 1st grade teacher

·         Valley Elementary School – Bonita Cochran, 3rd grade teacher

These outstanding educators will be recognized by the Beavercreek Board of Education at its June 19 meeting.  Beavercreek Schools began its Outstanding Educator recognition program in 1979. 

Fairbrook Kindergarten Teacher Courtney Youngs

Fairbrook Kindergarten Teacher Courtney Youngs

Valley Third Grade Teacher Bonita Cochran

Valley Third Grade Teacher Bonita Cochran