BOARD RECOGNITION FOR MCS TEACHERS
Board Recognition — September 20, 2016
Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
On Tuesday, September 20th the Marietta City Schools and the Marietta Schools Foundation acknowledged and congratulated MCS teachers Teresa Hutto, Julie Pinto, Susie Throop, and Stormi Johnson for being selected as state-level finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
- Teresa Hutto is a Science Teacher at MSGA (selected in 2016)
- Julie Pinto is a Math Teacher at MHS (selected in 2015)
- Susie Throop was a fourth grade science teacher at MCAA and is now a District Digital Learning Specialist for the Office of Digital Learning (selected in 2014 for Science)
- Stormi Johnson is a third grade math and science teacher at MCAA (selected in 2014 For Math)
The National Science Foundation governs the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching on behalf of The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. It is the United States government’s highest honors given to K-12 mathematics and science teachers. Awardees are esteemed as peer role models for other teachers and academic leaders within their schools and communities.
As such, the Marietta Schools Foundation gave an award of $1,000 to each of these distinguished educators. It is with pride that the Board of Education of the City of Marietta, the Marietta Schools Foundation, and the Superintendent extend its gratitude to these educators for their commitment to excellence in math and science education.
Pictured left to right: MSF Pres Rob Schnatmeier, Susie Throop, Julie Pinto, Teresa Hutto, Dr. Emily Lembeck, Stormi Johnson and MSF Exec Dir Joe Kinstle