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Teacher Impact Awards

HOMEWOOD
The 2017 Teacher Impact Award

The Homewood City Schools system has so many exceptional teachers. Each year, the Foundation recognizes one teacher from each HCS school who has made a significant impact on the lives of students with the presentation of the Teacher Impact Award.

We appreciate all those who submitted nominations for our 2017 award. Award recipients will be announced during a special presentation at Homewood Grownand each will receive $500 to go towards classroom materials or professional development. We will also post the announcement here so stay tuned!

We are so proud of our past award recipients and the impact that they have made on our students. Please take a moment to view the videos from our 2016 recipients below.

2016

Edgewood Elementary – Laura Kapp
Hall-Kent Elementary – Emily Strickland
Shades Cahaba Elementary – Carnetta Kennedy
Homewood Middle School – Lisa Gaines
Homewood High School –  Mark Hellmers

2015

Edgewood Elementary – Theresa McKibben
Hall-Kent Elementary – Jerome Isley
Shades Cahaba Elementary – Stefanie Fort
Homewood Middle School – Steve Sills
Homewood High School –  Mindy McBride

2014

Edgewood Elementary – Kim Virciglio
Hall-Kent Elementary – Lisa Littlejohn
Shades Cahaba Elementary – Lisa Lorino
Homewood Middle School – Chris Cooper
Homewood High School – Nivada Spurlock

Our 2016 Teacher Impact Award Recipients

Edgewood Elementary – Laura Kapp

 

Hall-Kent Elementary – Emily Strickland

Shades Cahaba Elementary – Carnetta Kennedy

Homewood Middle School – Lisa Gaines

Homewood High School –  Mark Hellmers