Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Eleven SCCPSS High School Teachers Named Most Inspirational

Published on: 6/15/2020

​​​​​SCCPSS graduations were extra special for eleven of the district's high school teachers.  That's because for the fourth year, the Educate Chatham Foundation awarded grants to one teacher from each high school to further their work in the classroom. The educators, selected by the senior class at each of the public high schools as the “most inspirational," were awarded $500 each.

The following Savannah-Chatham County Public School teachers were recognized:

  • Brianna Brooker  (Jenkins)
  • Kathryn Ryan  (Woodville Tompkins)
  • Lindsay Norcross (Islands)
  • Tabitha Stanley  (Windsor Forest)
  • Patrick O'Conner (New Hampstead)
  • Anitra Williams  (Johnson)
  • Latoya Kelly-Murray  (Savannah High)
  • Janet McCray  (Early College)
  • Victoria Vermillion  (Groves)
  • Kristen LeClair Phillips  (Beach)
  • Dr. Aimee Taylor (Savannah Arts)

ABOUT EDUCATE CHATHAM FOUNDATION:

More than 38,000 students with diverse backgrounds are served by the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System. With a dedicated community and talented employees, our children receive exceptional educational opportunities that are preparing them to embrace the future and fulfill their dreams. The nonprofit Educate Chatham Foundation enables individuals and organizations to support extraordinary student achievement at all levels in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System through tax-deductible donations. With your help, we have the potential to unite our community in support of children's education, linking generations of alumni, community leaders and businesses in establishing a legacy of support and commitment to the continued success of the thousands of children who attend Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.


 

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