Coral Springs Teachers Make the Grade as Caliber Award Nominees

Broward Schools School

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By: Jen Russon

Teachers who demonstrate remarkable abilities as educators both inside and outside the classroom are recognized as nominees for the 2021 Teacher of the Year award.

A wide range of full-time educators in Broward County schools are eligible for the award, from classroom teachers to guidance counselors and vocational instructors.

Finalists for the 2021 Caliber Award include 18 teachers from Coral Springs schools, whose digitally recorded classroom presentations are being submitted through November 20 to Carolyn Stewart at the Office of Communications.

Stewart’s staff confirmed a district screening committee would view the presentations and interview finalists in early December.

The following teachers were nominated by faculty and staff at their schools and may be headed to the Teacher of Year roundtable soon.

Coral Glades High
Ashley Exterkamp

Coral Park Elementary
Donna Casanas

Coral Springs High
Derrick Burgess

Coral Springs Middle
Rachel Kuryl-Champine

Coral Springs Pre-K-8 School
Jennifer Alfred

Country Hills Elementary
Caryn Cuadra

Eagle Ridge Elementary
Kimberly McCarthy

Forest Glen Middle
Wendy Greenburg

Forest Hills Elementary
Emily Ann Conrad

James S. Hunt Elementary
Latonya Coldros

Maplewood Elementary
Anne Marie Johnson

Parkside Elementary
Noelle Russow

Park Springs Elementary

Sarah Callahan

Ramblewood Elementary
David Mankes

Ramblewood Middle School
Patricia Wagner

Riverside Elementary
Vonda Allen

Sawgrass Springs Middle
Frances McMahon

J.P. Taravella High
Antionette Mattei

Westchester Elementary
Alison Fox

One Teacher of the Year, selected from hundreds of nominees throughout the county, will be awarded the title for 2021 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in January or February.

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