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ACPS to Select Among Nominees for Outstanding Teacher Award

Eight ACPS teachers nominated for award.

ACPS will choose one of the teachers nominated for the 2014 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award. ACPS logo
ACPS will choose one of the teachers nominated for the 2014 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award. ACPS logo

The Washington Post annually presents 21 outstanding teacher awards representing local school systems in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Alexandria City Public Schools will select one teacher from the nominees listed below to be named the division's nominee and award recipient.

The following teachers were nominated by their peers, parents, and students for consideration for the distinction of the 2014 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award. The Washington Post announces the winners prior to the awards ceremony in May. 

Cathleen M. Chamberlain
Douglas MacArthur Elementary School 
Kindergarten Teacher

Mary Chukwu 
Juvenile Detention Center 
Science Teacher

Jonathan R. Jones 
George Washington Middle School 
Orchestra Teacher

Aja Roberts 
Patrick Henry Elementary School 
Pre-kindergarten Teacher

Deborah Schaffer 
Patrick Henry Elementary School 
English Language Learning Teacher

Lori Shabazz 
Patrick Henry Elementary School 
Kindergarten Teacher

Leslie Robin Spencer-Shepperson 
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy 
Health and Physical Education Teacher

Kimberly Wilson 
T.C. Williams High School 
Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator

A total of 21 awards will be presented – one representing the private schools of the Washington metropolitan area, one representing the District of Columbia Public Charter Schools and 19 representing public schools in the metro area.

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