Arizona Teacher of the Year 2011
Jan. 25, 2011
Eight celebrates excellence in teaching. The Arizona Teacher of the Year program is the only statewide program that spotlights the outstanding contributions of all Arizona teachers. Poignant profiles of the five finalists include students, administrators and colleagues sharing insights into what they believe makes their nominee so remarkable. Arizona Teacher of the Year 2011 airs Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. on Eight.
The 2011 nominees include:
Pam Barrier 12th Grade Economics & Free enterprise Boulder Creek High School, Anthem
Deer Valley Unified School district
Brandi Dignum Kindergarten – 6th Grade Music Richardson Elementary School, Tucson
Flowing Wells School District
Amanda McAdams (Teacher of the Year) 10th Grade English Apollo High School, Glendale
Glendale Union High School district
Josh Tabor 9th – 12th Grade Mathematics Canyon del Oro High School Oro Valley
Amphitheater Public Schools
Andy Townsend 5th Grade Elvira Elementary School, Tucson Sunnyside Unified School district
An Eight original production made possible by the Arizona Educational Foundation.
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