Cannon County Schools Announce School-Level Teachers of the Year

Saturday, 26 January 2019

Cannon County Schools take pleasure in honoring the school-level teachers of the year for the 2018-2019 School Year.  Each teacher was selected to represent their respective school in three categories:  PreK-4th Grade; 5th Grade – 8th Grade; 9th Grade – 12th Grade.  One Teacher in each category will be selected by a committee to represent Cannon County as the District Teacher of the Year in the Upper Cumberland CORE Region. A special announcement and ceremony will take place on Friday, February 1st, 2019 – 8:00 AM at Woodbury Grammar School during In-Service Activities to honor these teachers and announce the School District winners in each category.  The following teachers were selected to represent their schools:
 
Auburn School:
PreK – 4th: Lisa Vickers
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Regan Higgs
 
East Side School:
PreK – 4th: Kim Nichols
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Connie Phillips
 
Short Mountain School:
PreK – 4th: Jessica Bryson
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Tonya Melton
 
West Side School:
PreK – 4th:  LaKeisha Bryson
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Roger Haley
 
Woodbury Grammar School:
PreK – 4th:  Tracy Foster
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Melissa Killian
 
Woodland School:
PreK – 4th:  Mitzie Bush
5th Grade – 8th Grade: Cory Steffes
 
Cannon County High School:
9th Grade – 12th Grade: Rena House
 
Director of Cannon County Schools William F. Curtis stated, “We are tremendously proud of each one of these outstanding educators.  Teachers work incredibly hard to serve their students, communicate with parents/guardians, and strive to improve their craft.  Each one of these deserving teachers exemplify the MISSION of Cannon County Schools – ‘Preparing ALL Students for Their Future’ through our VISION –‘The New E3 –Engaged in Excellence Every Day.’  These individuals live the Mission and Vision every moment of every day, and we salute them for their distinguished efforts!  Congratulations!  I look forward to announcing the District
Teachers of the year on Friday, February 1st, 2019 – 8 AM at Woodbury Grammar School.”