Annapolis Middle Educator Nominated for Teacher of the Year
The public school system and the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce is honoring the educators, then will pick the county's top teacher.
Emily Miller, an art teacher at Annapolis Middle School, is among 50 educators nominated to be honored as Teachers of the Year in the Anne Arundel County at an upcoming banquet.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce selected 47 public school teachers and three private school teachers to appear at the Excellence in Education event on April 16.
“I look forward to this process every year because it gives us all a chance to celebrate the great teaching that goes on throughout our school system,” Superintendent Kevin Maxwell said in an email. “Every day in our classrooms, our teachers are creating brighter futures not just for our children, but for all of us. It is thrilling to be able to spotlight that in this way.”
One public school teacher and one private school teacher will be selected as the top in the county, with the public school winner eligible for Maryland Teacher of the Year honors.
Last year's public school winner was Laura Groo of Southern Middle School, who went on to be a Maryland Teacher of the Year finalist.