The Gloucester County Public Schools Educational Foundation honored the county’s 2018-2019 Teachers of the Year with an awards dinner on May 9 at the T.C. Walker Education Center Café.
Chosen by their respective schools, the elementary teachers of the year included Sarah Clements, an instructional technology resource teacher at Achilles Elementary; Christina Deyoung, a physical education teacher at Bethel; Kimberly Roark, a reading specialist at Botetourt, and Carla Williams, a fifth grade teacher at Petsworth.
The middle school winners included Diana Chapman, a sixth grade English teacher at Peasley. Gloucester High School winners included Jackie Outten, who teaches economics, personal finance and entrepreneurship.
These teachers received $300 and a certificate from the educational foundation and a set of wireless headphones from Honeywell.
The overall elementary winner was Abingdon first grade teacher Kelly Dalton, the overall middle school winner w...
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