John C. McManus Distinguished Teacher Award
Nomination Form and Instructions:

Nominations accepted from June 1 - November 1

This award is to honor those with a life-time of service to music education with a highly distinguished record of professional accomplishment. John C. McManus defined the standard of service for music educators through a life of selfless service to his students and colleagues. He inspired his students to achieve the highest of performance standards and a comprehensive music education teaching instrumental, vocal, and general music, to students of all ages. He served OMEA in positions including President, Historian, Directory Editor, Retired Newsletter Editor, and Chairman of the Retired Oregon Music Educators, as well as providing leadership to MENC at the regional and national level. John was awarded the Oregon Teacher of the Year award in 1965, the Distinguished Music Educator Award by the Northwest Bandmasters Association in 1966, the Distinguished Service award by OBDA in 1986, the OMEA Outstanding Music Educator Award in 1989, the MENC Distinguished Service award in 1989 and the OMEA Distinguished Service Award in 1996.

 A lifetime of exemplary service to Oregon music education, characterized by the highest professional standards.
 A distinguished record of leadership and teaching.
 Record of significant and notable honors and influence.

By completing this form you indicate that you would like to nominate the following nominee to the Oregon Music Education Association's Award Selection Committee:

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Nominee Information: Include the following information - Nominee's name, Position, Address, City, Email, Place of Employment, Phone Number, and Award Level (Elementary, Middle/Jr. High, High School, College/University). *
Nominator Information: Include the following information - Your name, Phone Number, Address, City, and Place of Employment. *
Nomination Procedure: 1. Provide a letter of support for the nominee addressing your relationship with the candidate, as well as the nominee's career accomplishments and contributions to music education. 2. Solicit additional letters of support from colleagues, administrators, and/or other relevant reviewers of the nominee's work (at least 2 letters). The award winner will be recognized at the OMEA conference banquet in January. --> Type your name below to acknowledge understanding of these procedures. *
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