Math Teacher from Tuckers Crossroads Recognized as “Educator of the Month” by the Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce
Carol Melvin is the kind of math teacher most of us probably wish we would have had growing up. Everyone knows that once you get behind in a subject like math, it’s hard to catch up. That’s why Melvin uses her own brand of “outside the box” methods to reach those students who may have difficulty learning by traditional teaching methods.No Headlines to display
Special Education teacher at Lebanon High School is being recognized by the Lebanon-Wilson Chamber as "Educator of the Month"
It’s no secret that good special education teachers are hard to come by. Those who are successful must be organized, compassionate, driven, patient, and most of all… have an unwavering desire to help students succeed, and there’s no better example of that, than Lebanon High School’s April Harris. That’s why the Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce is recognizing her as September’s “Educator of the Month”.No Headlines to display
Over the summer, Bonnie Holman, who also leads the school’s FFA chapter, applied for the national organization’s yearlong “Living to Serve” grant, in hopes of expanding the school’s apiary.No Headlines to display
Lori Sharp was recently named Educator of the Month, by the Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce.No Headlines to display