EPS Announces Teacher of the Year Candidates
Enid Public Schools is proud to announce its 2017-18 building-level teachers of the year.
The honorees, selected by their colleagues, now will be considered for EPS Teacher of the Year, which will be revealed during the EPS Foundation Education Celebration, December 13 from 5-6 p.m. at Prairie View Elementary School.
This event also will include the EPS Support Professional of the Year announcement. The public is invited to attend, and the celebration will be broadcast live on Youtube by EPS*tv.
“We are pleased to celebrate these teachers and the difference they make each and every day for their students,” Superintendent Dr. Darrell Floyd said. “They exemplify the qualities of a highly effective and caring educator, and they are excellent ambassadors for their schools, for this district and for our profession.”
The EPS Teacher of the Year winner, selected by a community committee, will represent the district at the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year competition next fall.
This year’s building-level honorees include:
Hayley Goodman Pre-Kindergarten Carver Early Childhood
Richele Irwin 4th Grade Adams Elementary
Laurie Bushman Special Education Coolidge Elementary
Leann Oatman Special Education Eisenhower Elementary
Debbie Turner Title I Math Garfield Elementary
Caroline Thornton 3rd Grade Glenwood Elementary
Katie Smith 4th Grade Hayes Elementary
Martha Bittle 5th Grade Hoover Elementary
Shea Pulis 4th Grade McKinley Elementary
Misty White Special Education Monroe Elementary
Dana Misner Kindergarten Prairie View Elementary
Annie Gladden 5th Grade Taft Elementary
Andrea Curry Science Emerson Middle
Kendon Mulanax Social Studies Longfellow Middle
James Nickels Science Waller Middle
Erin Loschinskey English Enid High
Ann Allen Science Lincoln