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Teachers Who Make A Difference

One teacher from each Nevada County School that was selected by their peers and students were honored at Miner’s Foundry Thursday evening. The local chapter of Association of California School Administrators hosted the annual Teacher Who Makes a Difference Awards banquet. Chapter president, Grass Valley School District Superintendent, Eric Fredrickson says the event recognizes exceptional teachers throughout the county.
Click here to listen to Eric Fredrickson

The principals at each school spoke about the teacher’s accomplishments and dedication to their students. Fredrickson was the MC of the event and would like to see this type of event occur more often.
Click here to listen to Eric Fredrickson

Twenty-one teachers were honored and presentations were inspirational as well as entertaining at times including one Principal literally singing the praise for her teacher that makes a difference.

Chicago Park School- Mary Alice Colwell
Clear Creek School- Jen Lubarskey
Bell Hill Academy-  Lindsey Wagner
Grass Valley Charter- Lisa Jarvis
Lyman Gilmore Middle School- Walter Webb
Scotten School- Meaghan Gammelgard
Deer Creek School- Tracy Green
Forest Charter- Sarah Quine
Nevada City School of the Arts- Cathy Harmon
Twin Rdges Home Study- Gale Welch
Yuba Rver Charter- Erik Bell
Bear river high School- Jennofer Weir
Nevada Union High School- Louise McFadden
Nevada Union High School- Pauli Simas
Park Avenue Alternative Learning Site- Tamara Haas
Alta Sierra School- Maria Sinisi
Cottage Hill School- Stacey Welch
Magnolia Intermediate School- Cherise Kennedy
Williams Ranch-Susan Lima
Ready Springs School- Sheela Edlund
Union Hill School- Sarah Parker


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