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February 23, 2018

County schools nominate 19 for teacher of the year

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One of 19 teachers from Fauquier County Public Schools will be chosen to represent the county in The Washington Post’s Teacher of the Year competition.
Fauquier County Public Schools has nominated 19 teachers for “Teacher of the Year.”

A panel will choose one of the 19 instructors as Fauquier County’s top teacher, who will be entered in the Washington Post’s Teacher of the Year competition.

The top Fauquier nominee will be announced in March.

Last year, Cedar Lee agriculture teacher Kim Matthias earned Fauquier’s teacher of the year award.

Each teacher nominee received a glass apple award during the school board meeting on Feb. 12.

The following teachers have been nominated:

• Stacey Babish, reading specialist at Greenville Elementary.

• Deborah Burrow, second grade at Thompson Elementary.

• Christine Dorsey, French teacher at Liberty High.

• Tina Ference, Instructional Technology Resource teacher at Warrenton Middle.

• Kellie Green, kindergarten teacher at Coleman Elementary.

• Sheila Jones, health and physical education teacher, Cedar Lee Middle.

• David Kuzma, history teacher at Kettle Run.

• Christine Madison, sixth grade teacher at Taylor Middle.

• Mary Jane Nary, fourth grade M.M. Pierce Elementary.

• Amanda Osburn, special education teacher at Brumfield Elementary.

• Jayne Phillips, third grade teacher at Grace Miller Elementary.

• Bernie Piszczor, technology education teacher and athletic director at Auburn Middle.

• Kelly Roach, fifth grade teacher, P.B. Smith Elementary.

• Leys Rodriguez, English as a second language teacher, Fauquier High.

• Eve Seymour, second grade teacher at Pearson Elementary.

• Sue Simpson, fifth grade teacher at Mary Walter Elementary.

• Debbie Studley, math teacher, Marshall Middle.

• Kim Succop, special education teacher at Bradley Elementary.

• Kristie Warren, early childhood special education teacher at Ritchie Elementary.

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