ENID, OK – Enid Public Schools revealed its 2018-19 Teacher of the Year at the EPS Foundation Education Celebration on December 5 at Prairie View Elementary School.
The event also included the EPS Support Professional of the Year announcement. Family, friends and the public were invited to attend, and the venue was standing room only.
“We are honored to have such fantastic educators in our schools,” Superintendent Dr. Darrell Floyd said. “These educators truly exemplify the level of excellence we see in all of our classrooms. I congratulate them on this achievement and thank them for their service to EPS, public education and their students.”
Glenwood Elementary School music teacher Ashley Hunnicutt was named the EPS Teacher of the Year winner. Selected by a community committee, she will now represent the district at the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year competition next fall.
This year’s building-level honorees included:
Angela Shepard Pre-Kindergarten Carver -Early Childhood Center
Misty Owings 2nd & 3rd Grade Special Ed -Adams Elementary
Kendra Smith 1st Grade -Coolidge Elementary
Jamie Smith Kindergarten- Eisenhower Elementary
Jennie Scott 4th Grade -Garfield Elementary
Ashley Hunnicutt Music -Glenwood Elementary
Elizabeth Kinnard Kindergarten -Hayes Elementary
Ashley Currier 3rd Grade -Hoover Elementary
Loura Cantrell LD Lab -McKinley Elementary
Pamela Seigel Library Media Specialist -Monroe Elementary
Dena McEachern Special Education -Prairie View Elementary
Paige Klemme Physical Education -Taft Elementary
Amy Allen 8th Grade Language Arts -Emerson Middle
Brenda Garcia ELL/Spanish -Longfellow Middle
Katy Baker Social Studies/History -Waller Middle
Denise Lavoie Special Education -Enid High
David Powell Math -Lincoln
Gayla Jones of Enid High School was selected winner of the Support Professional of the Year award. Bus mechanic Brian Frazer and Cindy Presa, secretary at Lincoln Academy, were the other two support professional nominees.