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RESOLUTIONS COMMENDING THE 1999-2000 ALABAMA DISTRICT TEACHERS OF THE YEAR

WHEREAS, the Alabama State Board of Education seeks to recognize and encourage excellence in education, both in teaching and learning; and
 
WHEREAS, the Alabama State Teacher of the Year Program is a means of identifying and rewarding some of the state’s outstanding teachers each year; and
 
WHEREAS, well-trained, dedicated, caring, enthusiastic and innovative teachers are among the ingredients essential to achieving excellence and preparing Alabama’s children and youth to become capable adults; and
 
WHEREAS, the following honorees in the 1999-2000 Alabama State Teacher of the Year Program exhibit these qualities and more:
 

District I Elementary Teacher of the Year — Vicki McGinty, Daphne Elementary School, Baldwin County Schools;

District I Secondary Teacher of the Year — Frank Joseph Trione, Daphne High School, Baldwin County Schools;

District II Elementary Teacher of the Year — Charlotte A. Eager, Thompkins Early Childhood Center, Ozark City Schools;

District II Secondary Teacher of the Year — Michael M. Spain, Opelika High School, Opelika City Schools;

District III Elementary Teacher of the Year — Cheryl D. Dobson, Mountainview School, Sylacauga City Schools;

District III Secondary Teacher of the Year — Sandra Sims, Jemison High School; Chilton County Schools;

District IV Secondary Teacher of the Year — William J. Helf, Homewood High School, Homewood City Schools;

District V Elementary Teacher of the Year — Barbara H. Waite, Chatom Elementary School, Washington County Schools;

District V Secondary Teacher of the Year — Jane Ellen Stritzinger, Demopolis High School, Demopolis City Schools;

District VI Elementary Teacher of the Year — Shelly Hurt Chumley, John E. Bryan Elementary School, Jefferson County Schools;

Teacher of the Year At-Large —Lisa A. Williamson, Ashville Middle School, St. Clair County Schools;

District VI Secondary Teacher of the Year — Patricia T. Yates, Thompson High School, Shelby County Schools;

District VII Elementary Teacher of the Year — Patricia A. Neighbors, Skyland Elementary School, Tuscaloosa City Schools;

District VIII Elementary Teacher of the Year — Lesa H. Roberts, Farley Elementary School, Huntsville City Schools;

District VIII Secondary Teacher of the Year — Dawn R. Beavers, Cory Advanced Technology Center, Gadsden City Schools:


 
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Alabama State Board of Education commends these teachers and expresses its gratitude to each of them for the hard work, sacrifice, dedication and service to the children and youth of Alabama that have earned them the distinction of District Teachers of the Year.