2012 Excellence in Teaching Award Nominations Open

Posted on November 18th, 2011

The 2012 Excellence in Teaching Award nomination form is officially on our website! At AAF we are so appreciative of the teachers that go above and beyond in our Adventist school system to achieve and instill excellence in their students.  Each year at AAF, we select 10 teachers that amaze and inspire us, and provide them with an Excellence in Teaching Award and $2,000 gift.  Below I have detailed how you can get involved in this fulfilling program by nominating or sponsoring a teacher.

How to Nominate a Teacher
Anyone can participate in nominating a teacher. We ask that you take a moment to reflect on the teachers in your community. Does one stand out? Can you think of a teacher that always goes the extra mile? If so, download the nomination form from our website, fill it out and mail it in by February 15, 2012!

How to Sponsor a Teacher
Did you know that the Excellence in Teaching Awards are made possible by generous donors? Our supporters keep the Excellence in Teaching Awards going by fully sponsoring a teacher or giving partial sponsorships. When you sponsor a teacher, 100 percent of your donation goes directly into their deserving hands. By sponsoring a teacher award you are giving someone a life-changing, rewarding experience. We make sure each award recipient is celebrated in their local community, featured in their local newspaper and Adventist magazines. If you or your company would like to sponsor a teacher award contact Kaleigh Benge at 423-308-1855 or kbenge@alumniawards.org.

Read about last year’s Excellent Teachers

Steven Atkins, Andrews Academy

Sonia Barrett, Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist School

Steve Baughman, Highland Academy

Vivian Beierle, Mission Hills Christian School

David Goymer, Paradise Adventist Academy

James Marxmiller, Mountain View Academy

Gordon Miller, Shenandoah Valley Adventist Elementary

Mark Smith, Portland Adventist Academy

Keren Taccone, West Palm Beach Junior Academy

Wendie Warren, Bermuda Institute of Seventh-day Adventists

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