We are thrilled to announce that K-64 awarded a total of $14,000 to 28 Catawba County Schools teachers for being named a "2021 Tech-Savvy Innovative Educator" for "embracing, adapting, engaging, collaborating, developing, and succeeding in the spirit of a "Tech-Savvy Educator" during the academic year:"
K-64 Executive Director, Chris Reese, presented Superintendent Matt Stover with a $14,000 check last week.
Each of the following winners is receiving $500 toward their classroom.
- Maggie Rees - Arndt Middle
- Sarah Akers - Balls Creek Elementary
- Allison Andrews - Bandys High
- Barbara Hall - Banoak Elementary
- Amanda Lemaire - Blackburn Elementary
- Jason Kennedy - Bunker Hill High
- Ashan Spillman - Catawba Elementary
- Paige Richards - Challenger High
- Deanna Albertino - Claremont Elementary
- Diane Bennett - Clyde Campbell Elementary
- Brandy Thurman - Catawba Rosenwald Education Center
- Whitney Shuffler - Fred T. Foard High
- Katina Peck - Jacobs Fork Middle
- Lisa Brittain - Lyle Creek Elementary
- Elisha James - Maiden Elementary
- Monica Smith - Maiden High
- Karen Harris - Maiden Middle
- Paige Bagshaw - Mill Creek Middle
- Deena Whitener - Mountain View Elementary
- Kelly Drum - Murray Elementary
- Kellie White - Oxford Elementary
- Karen Squiric - River Bend Middle
- Selena Teague - Snow Creek Elementary
- Jeremy Whitener - Sherrills Ford Elementary
- Vanessa Perry - St. Stephens Elementary
- Tammy Cordeiro - St. Stephens High
- Karen Brown - Startown Elementary
- Julie Young - Tuttle Elementary
Congratulations to all of the winners and thank you, K-64!
Chris Reese, Executive Director of K-64, presents Superintendent Matt Stover with a check.
Superintendent Matt Stover and K-64 Executive Director stand with several of the 28 Catawba County Schools teachers who were awarded K-64's Tech-Savvy Innovative Educator Award for 2021.