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Five Holliston Educators Recognized for Excellence in the Classroom

by Heidi Gibson
June 7, 2018


The Holliston Education Foundation Honors Educators with “Spotlight on Educators” Awards

The Holliston Education Foundation (HEF) announced the winners of the 2018 Spotlight on Educators awards this month in a reception held on May 23rd in the Miller School Library.

This year’s recipients of the “Spotlight on Educators” awards are:

Mary Beth Numbers, 2nd grade teacher at Placentino Elementary School
Erin Acker, 3rd grade teacher at Miller Elementary School
Jamie Cutone, 8th grade science teacher at Adams Middle School
Marie Reggio, speech/language specialist at Adams and Placentino schools; and
Kim Buturlia, Spanish teacher at Holliston High School.

“The Holliston Education Foundation Spotlight awards are given in appreciation of the many ways that these wonderful educators foster confidence in our children - not only academically, but also socially by making each child feel valued and special on their journey through life,” said Heidi Schreuder-Gibson, Treasurer of the Holliston Education Foundation.

Teachers and staff nominated their peers in recognition of their commitment to excellence in education. Through their boundless enthusiasm and exceptional efforts to help their students, families and colleagues throughout the school year, these teachers were recognized for their excellence and dedication. Each winner received a commendation and a gift for their classrooms from the Holliston Education Foundation.

About Holliston Education Foundation
The mission of the Holliston Education Foundation (HEF) is to invest in programs that enhance, enrich and promote educational excellence while fostering innovation in the Holliston Public Schools. HEF exists to support educators by partnering with the community to provide opportunities that offer unsurpassed best practices in the classroom and support district and school improvement goals. Ultimately, HEF strives to impact and advance the future education of each Holliston student. For more information, please visit www.hollistonedfoundation.org.



CAPTION: Spotlight on Educators award recipients and participants, from the left: Mary Beth Numbers, Kim Buturlia, Heidi Schreuder-Gibson (HEF Treasurer), Erin Acker, Marie Reggio, and Jaime Cutone.

 

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Holliston Education Foundation is seeking enthusiastic new board members for 2018-19. Our first meeting of the next school year will be in Sept. Please contact us if you are interested in serving on our board (1 one-hour meeting each month). Email: info@hollistonedfoundation.org

- Heidi Gibson | 6/8/18 9:38 AM

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