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Do  you know a teacher who really reaches out and makes a difference with students?  Do you know a teacher who has an innovative way of teaching, or, who simply inspires students to learn?

21 WFMJ & Giant Eagle would like to know about the teacher in your school or community who is doing exemplary work in the field of education!

As part of an ongoing effort to promote education in our Valley, WFMJ Today will profile outstanding teachers in the weekly segment. Giant Eagle Class Act.

Students, parents or colleagues can nominate teachers by completing the nomination form provided on this page (The form is a PDF file and can be found on the left side of this page.).  The nomination form has additional requirements. 

If your nominee is selected, we will surprise them at school with their award.  The Giant Class Act segment airs Wednesday mornings on WFMJ Today during the 6:00-7:00 a.m. hour.

 

Class Act Recipients 2013-2014

12/11/13 - Mrs. Vratkovich, 4th Grade, Campbell Elementary

11/27/13 - Mrs. Molly Piper, 8th Grade, Boardman Glenwood Middle School

11/20/13 - Miss. Beth Stiver, Kindergarten, Hubbard Elementary

11/13/13 - Linda Davenport, 3rd Grade, Southington Elementary

11/06/13 - Mrs. Mandy Sinchak, Kindergarten, Holy Family

10/30/13 - Deanne Wiesen, 1st Grade, Case Avenue Elementary

10/23/13 - Nancy Birch, 3rd Grade, Struthers Elementary

10/16/13 - Mrs. Cydney Biddlestone, 1st Grade, Niles Primary School

10/9/13 - Mr. Kerensky, 7th Grade Social Studies, Canfield Village Middle School

10/2/13 - Mr. Bill Ryser, Principal Girard High School

 

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