Top Teacher

  Top Teacher: Kamaria Shaw

This week’s WTOC Top Teacher comes from a long line of educators and wants her students to feel just like family.

  Top Teacher: Abby Foster, St. Vincent’s Academy

Top Teacher: Deonnah Davis, Southwest Elementary School

Top Teacher: La’Shunda Posey, Rincon Elementary School

Top Teacher: Haywood Ellison, Memorial Day School

Top Teacher: Laura Todd, Long County High School

Top Teacher: Yoko Parker, Midway Middle School

Continued Top Teacher Coverage

  Top Teacher: Anna Swint, Silson Elementary

Top Teacher: Dr. Regina Meeler, Windsor Forest Elementary

Top Teacher: Rebecca Hamilton, Veritas Academy

Top Teacher: Terri Foote, Blessed Sacrament

Top Teacher: Jill Elton, Savannah Christian

Top Teacher: Anna Kate Mahany, Marshpoint Elementary School

  Top Teacher: Maggie Taylor, Bryan County Elementary

It takes patience and a positive attitude to be an effective teacher, and Maggie Taylor has the right amount of both.

Top Teacher: Diane Lyle, Frank Long Elementary School

Every child is a diamond in the rough, and the right teacher can help make them shine.

  Top Teacher: Maria Blair, Coosa Elementary School

It’s never too late to change your career path, and for this week’s WTOC Top Teacher, that meant changing jobs to do what she always wanted.

Top Teacher: La’Keitha Morris, West Chatham Elementary School

The power of positive thinking can be contagious. This week’s WTOC Top Teacher hopes her students will catch it.

  Top Teacher: Drew Schwalbe, Benedictine Military School

Top Teacher: Anne Bishop, Coastal Middle School

Top Teacher Submission Form

Top Teacher: Heather Moore

Top Teacher: Kaidy English, Mattie Lively Elementary School

Top Teacher: Lisa Tuttle, Richmond Hill Elementary School

Top Teacher: Meagan Beasley

Teachers are meant to inspire great things in their students, and for some students, that means growing up to become a teacher themselves.

Top Teacher: Cindy Hatala

Hatala is currently getting a 5th-grade class at George Washington Carver Elementary prepared to move on to the next big thing.

Top Teacher: Estella Newkirt

All kids need to succeed is a little help, a little hope, and someone who believes in them.