William Dahlgren Teacher of Excellence Award
The William Dahlgren Award recognizes outstanding K-12 teachers for inspiring students in math, science, and engineering fields, particularly classes directed towards learning the field of plastics and general entrepreneurship activities/efforts with a prize of $500.
The next Dahlgren Award winner will be announced during the SAMPE 2020. Recipients need not attend. Applications were due by March 31, 2020.
We are looking for teachers who consistently demonstrate:
Excellence: Motivating students to achieve their best.
Integrity: Consistently thinking, sometimes doing more than what is required.
Respect: Treating each student as valuable and full of potential.
Innovation: Inspiring students to explore and create on their own from what is taught.
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2017 Dahlgren Award Recipients
Michelle Fishman, Neuberger Holocaust Center
Dantelle Starkman, White Haven
Dave Young, Sedro-Woodley HS
Stephanie Dunkle, Springboro HS
Owen Minnick, Granite Technical Institue
Steve Hoell, Ridgewood Elementary
Leila Volkmann, St Mary's School
Nancy Qushair, St Mary's School
Shaye Whitmer, Evergreen School
Jim Weber, Capital High School
Demetrius Anthony, Hollenstein C & T Center
Dan Folmar, Kennett HS
"I would like to thank the SAMPE Foundation for recognizing all of the work that I do in my role as a teacher. It is exciting to be able to impart knowledge and encourage intellectual growth of young minds, especially in the area of math and science."
"I want to extend my deepest gratitude and sincere appreciation for receiving the 2017 William Dahlgren Teacher of Excellence Award. It is an absolute honour to be recognized for teaching, motivating and inspiring students and younger generations."
From left to right: Walt Linaweaver, Head of Middle School. Nancy Qushair and Leila Volkmann, Dahlgren Award Winners. J.M.Ingalls, SAMPE Foundation