For its sixth consecutive year, Port Huron Schools launches its district-wide staff award campaign and is requesting nominations for Advocator, Innovator and Educator of the Year. Anyone in the Port Huron community can complete the brief nomination form on their website <HERE> and specify the particular area of excellence for the individual they are recognizing.
Port Huron Schools Superintendent Jamie Cain encourages parents, students and
fellow educators to nominate someone they feel is deserving of this accolade and who
exhibits the best in our district’s mission actions. He noted: “This year is obviously
unique and it is more crucial than ever to recognize our dedicated staff of wonderful
professionals who continue to positively impact their students amidst a global pandemic. Our staff puts students first and this crisis has really highlighted what an amazing job they do no matter the challenges.”
The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, May 20. Winners will be surprised in their
classrooms in the early fall of the 2020-21 school year.
Port Huron Schools has proudly partnered in this endeavor since it began with
DoubleTree by Hilton Port Huron. The hotel has generously provided prizes for the
winners including a one-night stay at the hotel and Freighters Eatery & Taproom has
provided a gift certificate.
2019 Winners Were:
Advocator – Rayna Palmer, Secretary, Central Middle School
Innovator – Tracee Blake, Administrator, Early Childhood Center
Educator – Judy Fiedler, 5th Grade Teacher, Crull Elementary School
Submitted by Port Huron Schools