Bethel Ed Foundation Looking for Excellence in Education

Bethel Education Foundation is seeking nominees for their annual Excellence in Education Award.

The Bethel Education Foundation is accepting nominations for their 2014 Excellence in Education Award.

The annual award recognizes and honors superior educators whose creativity and innovation within the classroom, school or district have had a significant impact on student performance and achievement and provide an ongoing model of excellence in encouraging all learners and educators to excel.
Nominate a Bethel educator.

Educators may be nominated by school administrators, teachers, colleagues, parents, students and community members via an online nomination form available through Feb. 14, 2014 at www.betheledfoundation.org.

(Nominees must be current employees of a public, private or parochial school in Bethel.)

The educator selected for this award will be recognized at Bethel Education Foundation’s Annual Barnum Ball on March 22 and presented with a commemorative plaque and a $500 grant.

The Barnum Ball is the Foundation’s largest fundraiser of the year. The event takes place at the Ethan Allen Hotel and features a 2-hour open bar, dinner, dancing and live and silent auctions.

Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased online. All proceeds directly support the Foundation’s mission.

Rockwell School Second Grade teacher Tony Liberiti was awarded the 2013 Excellence in Education Award.

“Mr. Liberati is by far one of the best teachers we have come across,” a parent wrote in nominating him. “He has a unique way of capturing the children’s attention and keeping them engaged and eager to learn.”

Based off a release from the Bethel Education Foundation.


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