July 21, 2018

Heard County School System Teacher of The Year

Pictured above (L-R) are Mike Crockett, Ashley Awbrey (HCSS Board Members), Liz Cosper (Teacher of the Year), Dawn Bennett (CES Principal), and Roger Harrod (HCSS Board Chairman)

(Franklin, GA) — Heard County School system held a recognition reception to honor it’s Teachers of the year and Support persons of the year on April 17 at the Heard County High School cafeteria.

Heard County Superintendent Rodney Kay welcomed everyone and gave the invocation.

Those voted by their peers  and honored as Teacher of the Year at their schools were Ephesus Elementary School – Liz Cosper, Centralhatchee Elementary School – Liz Cosper, Heard County Elementary School – Carol Barno, Heard County Middle School – Jaime Barnard, and Heard County High School – Molly Engle.

Those voted by their peers and honored as support person of the year at their school were Ephesus Elementary School – Megan Holtzclaw, Centralhatchee Elementary School – Pam Bonner, Heard County Elementary School – Dawne Mock, Heard County Middle School – Jennifer Hale, and Heard County High School – Lori Cabe.

Pictured L-R are Mike Crockett, Ashley Awbrey (HCSS Board Members), Dawne Mock (Support Person of the Year) Carol Barno-HCES Teacher of the Year, Paul Mixon-HCES Principal, and Roger Harrod (HCSS Board Chairman)

The District Winner of the Heard County School System Support Person of the Year was Data Clerk, Dawne Mock from Heard County Elementary School!

Liz Cosper was awarded the honor of Teacher of the Year at the Heard County School System at the reception. Liz is a Media Specialist for the Heard County School System and serves Centralhatchee Elementary and Ephesus Elementary.

She was voted by her peers at Centralhatchee Elementary School and Ephesus Elementary School as a Teacher of the Year.

Liz was then chosen as the Heard County School System Teacher of the Year and will represent the Heard County School System at the Georgia Teacher of the Year Competition.

Congratulations to all the nominees and the entire school system for a job well done!

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