CTAE Announces Its Teachers of the Year

CTAE Announces Its Teachers of the Year

2013 CTAE Performance Recognition

The 2013 Career, Technical and Agricultural Education “High School Teacher of the Year” distinction was recently awarded to Linda Hassan-Randle of Crim Open Campus.   The Middle School Teacher of the Year honors went to Kameelah Chase of Sutton Middle School.  Ms. Chase was also the APS district Middle School Teacher of the year.   Finalist honors went to Lorraine Bowen of North Atlanta High School and Alisha Foots of B.E.S.T Academy.   The awards were announced at the 5th Annual CTAE End-of-Year Performance Recognition Event honoring outstanding CTAE teachers and local business partners.   Additional awards were given to teachers who worked to prepare students for state and national competitive events, who excelled in placing students in work-based learning opportunities, and those who helped to plan and implement CTAE professional development workshops.   Schools also nominated business partners for special awards in recognition of their outstanding service to the students of APS.  CTAE Advisory Board members were recognized for their service during the 2013 school year.   CTAE Advisory Board members were instrumental in recruiting hundreds of guest speakers for this year’s College and Career Motivation Week.

Dr. Michael Maze, CTAE Director with Kameelah Chase, Middle School CTAE Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Michael Maze, CTAE Director with Kameelah Chase, Middle School CTAE Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Michael Maze, CTAE Director with Linda Hassan-Randle, High School CTAE Teacher of the Year
Dr. Michael Maze, CTAE Director with Linda Hassan-Randle, High School CTAE Teacher of the Year

Teacher Awardees

Dr. Connie Duncan, Mays High School

Dr. James Dunton, Grady High School

Melissa Edwards, Therrell Law, Gov & Public Policy

Richard Elder, Crim Open Campus High School

Michelle Espinoza, Washington Health Sciences & Nutrition

Terry Foster, Carver Health Sciences & Research Dwionne Freeman, North Atlanta High School

Dion Harper-Jones, Therrell Health Sciences & Research

Linda Hassan-Randle, Crim Open Campus High School

Vikki Harmon, Washington Banking, Finance & Investment

Sandra Jackson, Therrell Health Sciences & Research

Patricia Kendall, Grady High School

Phyllis Lucy, Crim Open Campus High School

Rosie McCoy, West-End Academy

Leola McNeil, Grady High School

LaRhonda Palmer, Carver Health Sciences & Research

Tonia Schofield, Grady High School

Melanie Smith, Carver Health Sciences & Research

Jimmy Stapp, South Atlanta Computer Animation & Design

Dr. Theo Smith, Benjamin Mays High School

Angela Turner-Williams, So. Atlanta Health & Medical Sciences

 

Business and Community Partner Awardees

Barbara Campbell, Century 21

Peta Gay-Major, Price Waterhouse Coopers

Monty Green, MVM Agency

Christine Harden, Piedmont College

Prescott Miller, Round Hill Capital, LLC

Douglas N. Palfrey, J. P. Morgan Securities

Darrell Stallings, H. J. Russell & Company

Nikki Thornton, Project Restore

CTAE Advisory Board Honorees

Ruth Alvarez-Moon, Atlanta Workforce

Rhonda Bailey, EPA

Roni Bell, Georgia DOL

Mary Blake, Retired Educator

Robert Bonner, New York Life

Niambi Brown, Jr. Achievement

Greg Clay, Atlanta Speaks

Velma Cooper, Retired Educator

Odie Donald, The Donald Group

Cynthia Evers, Atlanta Metro College

Mark Galvin, Piedmont Hospital

Juli Gilyard, Atlanta Technical College

Joe Jackson, Grtr. ATL Econ. Alliance

Leonard McReynolds, Primerica

Dr. Sheryl Neely, Atlanta Public Schools

Angie Neely Penn, Neesan Grp

Felicia Taylor, Georgia Power

Asziree Thompson, Citizens Trust Bank

 

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