Excellence in Education Foundation Accepting Nominations for Linda Brown Fellows Awards & Star Award
April 10, 2017
The Tahoe Truckee Excellence in Education Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2017/2018 Linda Brown Fellows Awards and the Star Awards. Linda Brown Fellows Award recipients each receive $2,000 to be used to enhance educational work in the classroom. In addition, both Linda Brown Fellows awards recipients and Star Award recipients receive $1,000 for their personal use.
The Fellows Program was created to help promote and acknowledge excellence in education. It was named in honor of Linda Brown, a long-time teacher in the school district and a past president of the Excellence in Education Foundation. The honor is presented to outstanding teachers and staff members who demonstrate originality, innovation, and dedication to the teaching profession.
The Star Award recognizes classified employees who positively impact the lives of the students by providing outstanding support in their positions. All certificated and classified employees in the TTUSD who are employed for at least 80% of the school year are eligible for the awards.
The Foundation is asking the community to help identify and celebrate more of these wonderful educators. Award nominations may come from parents and community members, as well as any TTUSD faculty or staff member. Self-nominations or nominations from Excellence in Education board members will not be accepted. Nomination forms can be found at all district schools, the district office, or online at http://www.exined.org, and must be postmarked or hand delivered to the Excellence in Education office at 11071 Donner Pass Road in Truckee by Friday, May 5, 2017. The 2017/2018 recipients will be announced in the fall.
Article submitted by Excellence for Education. For more information, please call 530-550-7984 or visit exined.org.
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