Henrico's Top Teachers - 2012

Henrico’s Top Teachers – 2012

Profiles of 20 teachers who make a difference
Teachers do not seek out publicity or acclaim for what they do, but we believe they deserve to be recognized for their efforts. In our second annual ‘Henrico’s Top Teachers’ issue, we tell the stories of 20 outstanding Henrico County teachers.

This year’s class includes teachers from throughout Henrico County who teach grade levels from preschool through high school and GED. They were nominated – along with more than 200 others – by readers during the month of November.

The volume of nominations received for this section – more than double the number received for last year’s inaugural issue – was overwhelming. Nominations came from parents, grandparents, colleagues, administrators – even students and former students. Paring the number of candidates to just 20 was no easy task.

We’re proud to present profiles of these teachers, who were selected for inclusion in this issue based on their professional successes and their personal touches. Each one has, in his or her own unique way, touched hundreds of lives and helped mold the future of Henrico County.

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Allison Bartholomay

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Krista Hodges

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Karen Bowles

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Tyler Hart

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Robert Rice

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Shahidah Jackson

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Nancy Niedermayer

Henrico’s Top Teachers – Lynne Norris

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