Friday, February 11, 2011

Congratulations Mrs. Singleton:
Outstanding Educator - Teacher as Leader

Congratulations to our own Beth Singleton, G/T Resource Teacher at Murray Hill Middle School has been recognized in the "Outstanding Educator - Teacher as Leader" category.

Mrs. Singleton will be honored at the reception in Annapolis on the evening of Feb. 16th, to celebrate February as Gifted and Talented Education Month in Maryland.

From a press release that was sent out by MSDE:

"The Maryland State Advisory Council on Gifted and Talented Education appointed by State Superintendent of Schools Nancy S. Grasmick will celebrate the Governor’s Proclamation of February as Gifted and Talented Education month at a reception on February 16, 2011 from 5:00 pm. – 8:00 p.m. at the Miller Senate Building in Annapolis. The proclamation affirms that Maryland, recognized as having the number one school system in the nation, now aims to reach world-class standards and must identify and nurture those gifted and talented students in all cultural groups who have the potential to perform at remarkably high levels. Approximately 300 persons are expected to attend the celebration, including legislators, educators, parents, students, and community members. An awards ceremony will recognize outstanding accomplishments of schools, educators, students, and community members representing school systems across the state."

Congratulations Mrs. Singleton - We're so proud of you!!

2 comments:

L Zinger said...

Congratulations - a well-deserved honor!

Kathy said...

Way to go, Beth!!! You are awesome!!!