Upstate Parent’s Educators Who Make a Difference
A special feature of the January 2017 issue of Upstate Parent Magazine.
Do you know a teacher, coach, guidance counselor or school administrator who goes above and beyond to help students succeed? Maybe it's a math teacher who is always available before or after school to help struggling students. Or a coach who spends weekends and evenings working with competitors. Or a school administrator who goes the extra mile to support students and teachers. Upstate Parent wants to know about these top educators.
In the January 2017 issue of Upstate Parent magazine, we will profile a number of the Upstate educators who are making a difference in our children's lives, and we want your input! Nominate an outstanding educator today! Nominees may be from Greenville, Spartanburg or Pickens counties only, and MUST work in a public or private elementary, middle or high school. YOU MAY NOMINATE MORE THAN ONE PERSON, but please DO NOT personally nominate the same person more than once.
Please note: We may use your name in our article unless you specify otherwise below.
» Remember, the nominee must work in a public or private elementary, middle or high school. «
This is the name of the educator (teacher, coach, administrator, counselor) who you wish to nominate for this honor.
The school at which the educator is based. The school must be in Greenville, Spartanburg or Pickens county, and be a public or private elementary, middle or high school.
City where school is located
In what town is the school at which the nominee works located? Must be in Greenville, Spartanburg or Pickens county.
What does the nominee teach? Or is the nominee a coach or counselor?
In 200 words or less, why are you nominating this educator?
What does this educator do that is noteworthy? Why is this educator deserving of this honor?
We need your name — you are the person nominating this educator.
Your contact phone number
In case we have a question about your nominee, we would like to be able to contact you. We also may contact you for a quote about your nominee.
Your contact email
In case we have a question about your nominee, we would like to be able to email you.
Is it OK to use your name if we run an article?
For example, we may say, "Ms. Smith was nominated by .... because of her dedication and hard work."
YES - It is OK to use my name in print and on the Web
NO - Please do NOT use my name
Notes or comments?
Is there anything else you wish to add to this nomination?
The fine print
The information supplied here is, to the best of my knowledge, true, and I give Upstate Parent magazine the right to use this information in conjunction with the 2017 Educators Who Make a Difference feature. This feature will appear in print and online at UpstateParent.com.
I do not agree (this will disqualify this entry)
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