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Nomination Deadline for Neosho Gold STAR Teacher Awards Next Tuesday, April 30th, 2014

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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE NEOSHO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Education Committee of the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the nomination deadline for the 2014 Gold STAR Award for Superior Teaching Achievements and Recognition is Tuesday, April 30th, 2014.

Anyone may nominate a teacher by completing a nomination form. Nomination forms are available at all R-5 Schools, Crowder College, Neosho Christian Schools, and the Chamber Office.

A nominee must be a certified teacher, who instructs students on a daily basis. He or she must be teaching during the current school year in a public or private school in the Neosho School District. The nominee must not be a previous winner of the Gold STAR Award.

The nomination form should simply state why you feel the teacher should be a candidate for the Gold STAR Award. It might include how the teacher has affected a particular student or situation, the teacher's professionalism, the teacher's ability to instill in his or her students the challenge to do their best and to reach their full potential.

Our Chamber has long recognized the great contributions good teachers make in the lives of our youth and the fostering of future leaders in our communities, state and nation. Most successful people have been strongly influenced by the dedication, wisdom, and enthusiasm of one or more teachers in their lives. It is for this reason that the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce annually recognizes teachers who exemplify the highest standards of the teaching profession.

The completed nomination form must be delivered or mailed to the Chamber no later than Tuesday, April 30, 2014. One Elementary Teacher (PK-4), one Middle School Teacher (5-7), one Jr. High Teacher (8), and one High School Teacher (9-12) from the Neosho R-5 School District, one teacher from a Private School, and one teacher from Crowder College will be selected for the award.

Previous years’ recipients include:

Neosho R-5 School District Rosemary Ward 1982

Betty Hyde 1983

Margaret Sale 1984

James Kelso 1985

Peggy Payne 1986

Robin Montz 1987

Betty Ball 1988

Paul Hunter 1989

Ron Paden 1990

Shari Janss 1991

Darlene Clanton 1992

Sharon Powell 1993

Diane Stephens 1994

Jerry Gorham 1995

Russell Hively 1996

Al Potter 1997

Terry Freese 1998

David Watkins 1999

Sandra Cantwell 2000

Cindy Norman 2001

Connie Dickinson 2002

Loretta Bales 2003

Cathy Myers 2004

Sonia Edwards 2004

Marilyn Daniel 2005

Steve Haupt 2005

Susan Lineberry 2006

Mike Aldrich 2006

Phyllis Chancellor 2007

Christy Clark 2007

Dolores Henton 2008

Ray Godfrey 2008

Judy Leighninger 2009

Pamela Marta 2009

Caroline Perigo 2010

Ann Hamlet 2010

Katherine Diaz 2010

Susan Boyer 2011

Brandice Garren 2011

Mickey Sandford 2011

Madaline Ketcham 2012

Sandy Haupt 2012

Greg Capps 2012

Keith Patterson 2012

Yvonne McClintock 2013

Beth Hunt 2013

Sherry Hoover 2013

Cindy Aldrich 2013

Private Schools Rita Murray 2002 Neosho Christian Schools

Shannon Deffenbaugh 2003 Neosho Christian Schools

Kelli Wilson 2004 Neosho Christian Schools

Eric Wilson 2005 Neosho Christian Schools

Jessica Boggs 2006 Neosho Christian Schools

Terry Lankford 2010 Neosho Christian Schools

Belinda Pope 2011 Neosho Christian Schools

Dan Lazure 2012 Neosho Christian Schools

Tye Zola 2013 Neosho Christian Schools

Crowder College Eldon Schnakenberg 1991

Jim Rhoades 1992

Clarence Whitehead 1993

Russ Walker 1994

Gene Andrews 1995

Gene Hilgenberg 1996

Jack Divine 1998

Sherry McCormack 1999

Jan Austin 2000

Cheryl Ingram 2001

Rachael Kennedy 2002

Tammy Holder 2003

Marianne Schumaker 2004

Nina Beaver 2005

Eli Bryant 2006

Leasa Evans 2007

Dr. Herbert Schade 2008

Cheryl Hedrick 2009

Jeff Garrett 2010

Kristin Spencer 2011

Kali Bard 2012

Katie Strohl 2013

For more information, contact the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce at 451-1925 or info@neoshocc.com.

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