Anyone who has ever attended school can recall at least one particular instructor. More than 60 such teachers will be recognized this week by the Macomb Intermediate School District for their exceptional dedication to their charges and the Macomb County community.
“The positive impact teachers have in the lives of our students is demonstrated everyday through their standards-based lessons and the nurturing environment they create for all students,” According to Alesia Flye, MISD’s chief academic officer, the 2023 Outstanding Teachers of the Year were announced in a news release.
“They truly make a difference.”
The 2023 Outstanding Teachers of the Year were revealed in a news release, according to Alesia Flye, MISD’s chief academic officer.
“We want to congratulate these educators who have devoted their lives to making a positive difference,” said MISD superintendent Michael DeVault.
“We are very fortunate to have dedicated and caring teachers throughout Macomb County and we thank all our educators for making a significant contribution to the profession.”
The main speaker for the event, which provides family, friends, school board members, superintendents, and curriculum managers a chance to publicly celebrate exceptional teachers, will be WDIV-TV (Channel 4) reporter Darnell Blackburn.
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Three teachers were selected to receive special recognition from this impressive group of professionals nominated by their peers, including Tiffany Saigh from Clintondale who teaches at Rainbow Elementary.
Shawn Moore from Warren Consolidated Schools teaches math, science, and technology, and Kathleen Campau from Richmond Middle School teaches sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.
“I think it’s awesome,” said Jennifer Marella, principal of Richmond Middle School referring to the event for outstanding teachers. “It’s always a great time, when we can honor our well-deserving teachers.
Among the classes taught by Campau is computer science.”
“She’s a wonderful teacher,” Marella said. “She is so inventive and so passionate about technology that she insights excitement in her students — to the point where they just love going to her classroom.”
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