SCCPSS Announces Its Top Three Finalists for District Teacher of the Year



SCCPSS announced its top three finalists for District Teacher of the Year during a reception hosted by Savannah Morning News and WSAV to honor each school’s Teacher of the Year.

Rosalyn L. Martin, a third-grade teacher at Gadsden Elementary School, Daniel Snope, an advanced placement calculus and math teacher at Savannah Arts Academy and Richard Clifton, an advanced placement and honors English teacher at Windsor Forest High School, were the three finalists chosen among the 52 teachers nominated as their schools’ Teacher of the Year.

The Teacher of the Year serves as an educational ambassador for the district. He/she will act as a representative for all SCCPSS teachers and serve as an advocate for the school system.

These three finalists will move forward to compete for the honor of SCCPSS’ District Teacher of the Year. Over the next few weeks, these teachers will be observed in the classroom and interviewed by a panel judges comprised of educators and community leaders. The panel will compile their findings and the SCCPSS’ Top Teacher will be announced at a banquet in February to honor each of our school’s Teachers of the Year.

The SCCPSS District Teacher of the Year will go on to compete at the state level. The Georgia Teacher of the Year finalists is expected to be announced mid- February.

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