Dunwoody Chamber Celebrates Local Teachers of the Year

The Dunwoody Chamber celebrated our public school teachers by announcing Teachers of the Year from each of the schools in the Dunwoody cluster.

The honorees were hosted at the auditorium lobby of Dunwoody High School on March 7 where they enjoyed breakfast and well-wishes from Dunwoody officials.    Each honored teacher received a personalized parking place sign (courtesy of Custom Signs Today) and unlimited oil changes for their car from Ed Voyles Kia.  

Many of the city government and Chamber representatives have children in Dunwoody-area public schools.  School quality and teacher support are personal to Dunwoody leaders.

 

Left:  Noel Maloof, Principal of Dunwoody High School

Right:  Heyward Wescott, owner of Custom Signs Today; Chamber of Commerce Board Member and chair of the Chamber's Education Initiative; and father of two children in local public schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Dunwoody Teachers of the Year

 

Gypsy Savage

Vanderlyn Elementary 

3rd Grade

Natalie Lisco

Hightower Elementary

3rd Grade

Tamara Hoyem

Austin Elementary

Kindergarten

Melissa Genthert

Kingsley Charter Elementary

Pre-Kindergarten

Toni Hunter

Chesnut Charter Elementary

Music

Maria Reynolds

Dunwoody Elementary

Health & Physical Education

Bryan Boucher

Dunwoody High

Social Studies

Michele Cygnarowicz

Peachtree Charter Middle

Art