After teaching for two decades, Stacey Adam says she understands the mind of an 11 year old and finds it exciting. As a sixth grade teacher at Noble Middle School, Ms. Adam says her students are energetic and exciting and eager to learn and that is why she loves coming to work every day.
Our Teacher of the Week majored in History, and then worked in sales along with coaching sports. But that wasn’t enough for David Eason, he wanted something more.
Having a good time and learning is the atmosphere that Hannah Jennings strives for in her South Brunswick High School choral class.
It’s all about perspective according to Ruth Bomhan. The seventh grade teacher says if there's anything she hopes her students take away from her class, it’s to see the world in new ways.
Cathy Edmonds says a little laughter, a little sarcasm, and the hard work of every teacher is what it takes to make successful students. The Teacher of the Week is beloved by current and former students who describe her as someone that makes a lifelong impression.
Our Teacher of the Week considers her classroom her second home and aims to make her students feel the same through her inviting and fun-loving personality.
Our Teacher of the Week is a self-proclaimed "Momma-Bear" who is very protective and passionate about her students and their education.
Sarah Gould has been a teacher for 14 years and knows how important the first year of learning is to both students and nervous parents. As a kindergarten teacher at Ogden Elementary School she helps her little learners blossom into students who are eager to learn and soak up knowledge.
Chorus and Drama Teacher Kaitlin Baden says she often forgets and tells people she has 260 students. As a teacher at Myrtle Grove Middle School she is known for her humor and her work ethic and her students love her.