Wicomico County’s 25 Teacher of the Year Semi-finalists

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Twenty-five educators from Wicomico County have been named semi-finalists for the 2018-19 Wicomico Teacher of the Year.  They now will go through extensive judging – with the Wicomico Teacher of the Year named on Thursday, March 22 during the annual banquet at Salisbury University.

ALL THE SEMI-FINALISTS:
Beaver Run Elementary: Valerie Folsom, 2nd Grade
Bennett Middle: Mary Laurenzano, Math
Charles H. Chipman Elementary: Danielle Thompson, Kindergarten
Choices Academy: Kesha Cook, Middle School Math
Delmar Elementary: Amy Hudson, 3rd Grade
East Salisbury Elementary: Jessica Lowe, 5th Grade English Language Arts
Fruitland Intermediate: Kathryn Wight, 5th Grade
Fruitland Primary: Barbara Karsnitz, 2nd Grade
Glen Avenue Elementary: Kristen DiGiammo, 5th Grade Math
James M. Bennett High: Dana Hetzler, English Language Learners
Mardela Middle and High: Dion Johnson, Business Education
North Salisbury Elementary: Mary Kinnamon, 3rd Grade Magnet
Northwestern Elementary: Joann Evans, 5th Grade
Parkside High: Lisa Nicholson McKinnon, Math
Pemberton Elementary: Melissa Koerner, Prekindergarten
Pinehurst Elementary: Ashley Mallory, 3rd Grade
Pittsville Elementary and Middle: Jamie Jones, 4th Grade English Language Arts
Prince Street Elementary: John “Chris” McLaughlin, Reading Intervention
Salisbury Middle: Jennifer Mudd, Physical Education
Westside Intermediate: Alicia Campbell, 5th Grade
Westside Primary: Marianne Noelte, Physical Education
Wicomico Early Learning Center: Freda Morris, Prekindergarten
Wicomico High: Erin Crissman, Spanish
Wicomico Middle: Laura Allen, Math
Willards Elementary: Nicole Rittling, Physical Education