Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Liberty-Eylau Independent School District Teachers of the Year.

 

Kara Lindy - Secondary School Teacher of the Year

Kara Lindy - LEISD High School Teacher of the Year
Kara Lindy - LEISD High School Teacher of the Year
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Kara Lindy has been chosen as the Liberty Eylau Secondary School Teacher of the Year for 2022. Kara has been teaching for a total of 11 years, ten of those have been spent at Liberty Eylau High School. During her time there she has served as the Rotary Interact Club Sponsor and has been selected as a member of the ECET2 Executive Committee, which is a grant designed to celebrate effective teachers and teaching. Ms Lindy's teaching philosophy is that all students, regardless of their background, deserve access to quality, student-driven education. She ensures her classroom is a safe and respectful environment and models the traits necessary to promote student success outside of the classroom.

Shauna Denson - Elementary School Teacher of the Year

Shauna Denson - LEISD
Shauna Denson - LEISD
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Shauna Denson has been chosen as the Elementary School Teacher of the Year for 2022. She says she is proud to be a part of the Liberty-Eylau ISD family. Ms Denson is from Hot Springs, Arkansas, and received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Henderson State University, and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M.

Shauna has spent the last 24 years in education, with periods teaching in Hot Springs and Texarkana with students in 2nd - 6th grade in general studies, and 1st - 4th grade in music. She is currently a 4th-grade teacher at Liberty-Eylau Elementary.

Campus Teachers of the Year

The LE Campus Teachers of the Year were also announced:

  • LE Early Childhood Center – Candice Murray
  • Elementary – Melinda Wisenbaker
  • Middle School – Jeanette Ransaw
  • High School – Juanita Ross

This is the 29th year that Texarkana Rotary Clubs have distributed Teacher of the Year plaques and certificates.

Congratulations to all.


 

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