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Teachers and Paraprofessionals of the Year honored

Jun 06, 2017 | Community Relations

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Jennifer Brewer                                             Dr. Janie Head and LCTA President Victoria Stuckman

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Susan Evans                                                    Nichol Agner

The Lamar Classroom Teachers Association honored outstanding teachers and paraprofessionals at its annual Teacher of the Year Banquet, May 25.

Huggins Elementary School’s Jennifer Brewer is the Elementary Teacher of the Year and Meyer Elementary School’s Susan Evans is the Elementary Paraprofessional of the Year.

Fulshear High School’s Janie Head is the Secondary Teacher of the Year and George Ranch High School’s Nichol Agner is the Secondary Paraprofessional of the Year.

 Also nominated for Elementary Paraprofessional of the Year were: Nikola Humble, Adolphus; Amanda Rayome, ALC; Julie Chapa, Arredondo; Cathy Planka, Austin; Mary Zuniga, Beasley; Kelsey Hopkins, Bentley; Veronica Gutierrez, Bowie; Sally Foster, Campbell; Deborah Alford, Dickinson; Vicki Rigsby, Frost; Kesley Humphrey, Hubenak; Judy Beckworth, Huggins; Marcus Tejeda, Hutchison; Violanda Mata, Jackson; Joyce Thomas, Long; Mindy Gonzalez, McNeill; Melissa Cantu, Pink; Gloria Daniels, Ray; Rebeca Schafer, Seguin; Diana Gutierrez, Smith; Tonya Head, Thomas; Mark Mata, Travis; Christi Muniz, Velasquez; and Wanda Polk, Williams.

 Also nominated for Secondary Paraprofessional of the Year were: Lucy Gutierrez, ALC; Janelle Tatum, Briscoe; Bobby Yates, Foster; Shelley Ward, Fulshear; Lydia Rosilez, George Jr.; Yosa Hernandez, Lamar Consolidated; Elsa Resendez, Lamar Jr.; Jennifer Leslie, Leaman; Margie Rios, Navarro; Melissa Rodriguez, Reading; Kay Zellers, Ryon; Anna Lopez, Terry; Patrice Harrison, Wertheimer; and Clarita Cantrell, Wessendorff.

Nominees for Elementary Teacher of the Year were: Alicia Roberts, Adolphus; Julie Barber, ALC; Ann Stockton, Arredondo; Jana Simoneaux, Austin; Amy Jones, Beasley; Mallory Wheeler, Bentley; Esmeralda Rocha, Bowie; Amy Shepard, Campbell; Amanda Dickson, Dickinson; Shirley Smith, Frost; Jennifer Perry, Hubenak; Ginger Williams, Hutchison; Christine Nevarez, Jackson; Kristen Cruikshank, Long; Stacy Schneider, McNeill; Cheryl Brimhall, Meyer; Wanda Oliphant, Pink; Kyndra Gurbach, Ray; Erica Trevino, Seguin; Violeta Mejia, Smith; Jo Ellen Michalec, Thomas; Anna Christopoulos, Travis;  Denise Hlavaty, Velasquez; and Pam Seid, Williams.

Nominees for Secondary Teacher of the Year included: Tamra Oliver, ALC; Rebecca Pustejovsky, Briscoe; Jocelyn A. Aventurado, Foster; Jeannine Hillis, George Jr.; Lindsey Vela, George Ranch; Kristin Rausch, Lamar Consolidated; Richard Bailey, Lamar Jr.; Margaret Valles, Leaman; Theodore Baines, Navarro; Ismael Rangel, Reading; Dana Watts, Ryon; Keenan Landrum, Terry; Michele Broom, Wertheimer; and Rachel Salazar, Wessendorff.