Excellent Educator Certificates
Each year, the Berlin/Boylston SEPAC gives families* a chance to recognize a teacher, assistant or other staff member who has made a difference for their child.

If you would like to shine a spotlight on a teacher, administrator or other staff, please complete the form below, including a statement about why that person is an Excellent Educator!

During Teacher Appreciation Week (May 1-5, 2017), a member of the SEPAC and the Principal of each school will present each Excellent Educator Award recipient with a certificate, a letter of appreciation and a copy of the statement provided by you (it can be anonymous if you wish). A copy of the recognition letter will also be placed in each professional's file.

You can request certificates for as many educators or professionals as you wish, but PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL CERTIFICATE.

******Deadline for submissions is April 21, 2017*****

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kerry Lavallee, Coordinator: certificates@sepac-berlin-boylston.org

*Open to all families with students on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), or 504 Education Plans, as well as those who have received Speech/Language, Physical or Occupational Therapy services.

I want my nomination to be anonymous
We must have your name and email address below in case we need to contact you, but check the box if you want your nomination to be anonymous and your name will NOT appear on the certificate
First Name *
First Name
Your answer
Last Name *
Last Name
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Educator/Administrator's Name *
Please enter the teacher or administrator's name below.
Your answer
Location *
Where does the recipient work (if they work in multiple locations in the district, choose the one where you would like the presentation to be made)? Please check ONE .
Required
Why should this person receive an Excellent Educator Certificate? *
This statement can be as long or as short as you like. As simple as a "thank you" or a more detailed response.
Your answer
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