Honoring an Educator Event April 20
Program Recognizes Educators, Funds Scholarships for Future Teachers
April 15, 2013
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Education is hosting its eighth annual Honor an Educator awards reception April 20 to recognize educators who have made a difference in the lives of others and to raise funds for student scholarships.
Saturday, April 20
Cal State Fullerton
Titan Student Union’s Portola Pavilion
800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, 92831
The local K-12 teachers, Cal State Fullerton faculty members and other educators who make up the honorees have made outstanding contributions to education and student learning, and include retired teacher Cynthia Miller, who taught for 39 years, and was nominated by Ruth May-Siegrist, CSUF emeritus professor of reading, and the Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center Committee, whose members are raising funds for the center.
For the first time, an alumna and former teacher, Rachelle Cracchiolo (B.A. psychology '71, M.S. education '76), founder of Teacher Created Materials of Huntington Beach, is the event's presenting sponsor. Cracchiolo is a Vision & Visionaries award recipient. Event proceeds support scholarships for teacher preparation candidates and graduate education students.
The College of Education has the list of nominees.
Visionary Educator — This year’s Visionary Leader Award honoree is Mildred Donoghue , emeritus professor of elementary and bilingual education and a longtime campus donor whose projects include Pollak Library's Donoghue Children’s Literature Center.
Education Excellence — will be presented to the Brea-Olinda Unified School District and the City of Maywood.
National Board Teachers — 28 local educators will be recognized for achieving National Board certification, the highest symbol of professional teaching excellence.
To donate to College of Education student scholarships, contact Jane Hansen at 657-278-7485 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Debra Cano Ramos, 657-278-4027