California Educator

December/January 2019

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F O R T H E P A S T nine years, Provident Credit Union has part- n ered with NBC Spor ts Bay Area to sponsor th e All-Star Tea ch er Award — awardin g o v er $200,000 to Cali for ni a schools. Each year, the winner receives $20,000 for their school, and runners-up receive $2,000. e award recognizes five teachers from Northern and Cen- tral California at the middle and high school levels for their extraordinary dedication to their students and significant pres- ence within their communities. A panel of judges selected this year's finalists in four categories: overall commitment; excel- lence in teaching; rapport with students; and level of distinction. Finalists are featured in video vignettes that air on NBC Sports Bay Area and are interviewed on select Giants and A's pregame live shows. Members of the public then vote online for their favorite. is year the finalists, selected from over 150 nominations, were honored at a ceremony at Oracle Park in San Francisco. Provident and NBC Sports Bay Area announced Brentwood Teachers Association member Katie Humann (above, center) of Adams Middle School in Brentwood as the winner of the 2019 All-Star Teacher Award. Finalists included Bill Schrier of Carmel High School (Asso- ciation of Carmel Teachers), Awele Makeba of Skyline High (Oakland Education Association), Marquel Coats of Greenleaf TK-8 (Oakland Education Association), and Matt Tate of Sierra High (Manteca Educators Association). K e e p a n e y e o u t f o r y o u r 2 0 2 0 o p p o r t u n i t y t o h i g h - light a t each er in y our area . Your nominations and v ot es d e t e r m i n e th e w i n n i n g e du c a t o r. Vi sit for more information. We See Stars 57 D E C E M B E R 2 019 / J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 0 C Kristen Walker M.A. in Educational Leadership (805) 493-3325 Financial Aid and Scholarships Available • Preliminary Administrative Services Credential • M.A. in Educational Leadership • M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership • Doctorate in Educational Leadership (K-12 or Higher Ed) DON'T JUST ADVANCE YOUR CAREER AS AN EDUCATOR. ADVANCE EDUCATION.

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