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Rules and Guidelines
- Teacher of the Week nominations will be accepted from the following public schools in the following counties: Brunswick, Bladen, Columbus, New Hanover and Pender.
- Employees of WWAY, any co-sponsoring entities, their parent, subsidiary, and affiliated companies, and their immediate families or members of the same households of such individuals are not eligible.
- Teachers can only be awarded “Teacher of the Week” once per fiscal year.
- There is no limit to the number of nominations that one teacher can receive during the yearlong promotion for Teacher of the Week.
- DATES of Giveaways: Tuesdays throughout the traditional school year.
- The gift card to Staples that the Teacher of the Week receives MUST be spent on educational materials only.
- Applications must be filled out in their entirety in order to be reviewed by the Teacher of the Week voting committee.
- No purchase necessary. MAKING A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. All federal, state, and local regulations apply
Riley Higgins enjoys talking with her fourth-grade students about the books they read.
Recently, we learned about an exceptional children's teacher who works hard to make sure her students stay on track with their academic goals.
In some schools, disciplinary problems can inhibit learning, but in this week's Teacher of the Week, WWAY's Jeff Rivenbark visited a Brunswick County School where there's a strong emphasis on 'character building' and little room for disruptive behavior.
For many middle school students, formulas and theorems can be difficult to master but one Pender County teacher uses real-life problems to help her students understand the importance of learning math skills.
Dr. Renee Steele teaches World History to 7th graders at Elizabethtown Middle School. On this day, they're learning about Johannes Gutenberg's printing press.
With floor hockey, there's no ice or puck, just hockey sticks, a ball and the hardwood.
Christopher Walker has only been in the classroom for a short time as a teacher but he's making quite an impact on his students.