CLICK HERE to recommend another member for the spotlight! April’s spotlight member is Kevin Moylan, an English teacher at University Park Campus School. Mr. Moylan has taught for 22 years in middle and high school, has two children, and lives in Worcester with his wife, another teacher in the system. His nominator said: There aren’t enough kind phrases that I can say about Mr. Moylan. He goes above and beyond to teach the students of our school and holds them to a high standard. His engaging teaching methods inspire students to rise to the occasion. In addition, he is always willing to help out a fellow teacher in need, covering [ Read More ]Welcome to April! We’re getting ever closer to those wonderful summer months, but we still have time to highlight and celebrate some talented and hard-working educators before our well-deserved break. If you have someone in mind for May or June,
Cecelia was nominated by a colleague – if you want to nominate someone, just click through and fill out this form! Her nominator said: Cecilia always meets students with a calm, cool, and friendly attitude. She models good citizenship as well as care and concern for the world. She is innovative in her lesson planning, a true team-player, and always willing to share materials. We are so thankful to have Cici at Sullivan! An Interview with Ms. Spencer How’d It All Start? I’ve always liked working with kids – I grew up with three brothers, so it was always second nature to me. I was also lucky enough to have some wonderful teachers in middle school and high school. I remember one [ Read More ]Spring is here! (Technically…) As we’re springing into something new, it’s fitting that our spotlight member for march is Cecelia Spencer, a first-year teacher at Sullivan Middle School.
nominate a member for the spotlight by clicking this form. Hopefully you also had time to enjoy some freedom, enjoy good company, and get ready for the second half of our school year. As the temperature finally drops into real Winter levels, we are shining our January spotlight on James Kobialka for his work! James graduated from Clark University and has been teaching in Worcester since 2010. He’s taught science and english to middle and high school students. He currently teaches at University Park Campus School and lives in Worcester with his fiancè. The colleague who recommended James said: “James, better known as ‘Mr. K’, is a powerfully engaging, dynamic and empathetic educator. He balances boundless energy and passion for teaching with an accessible, straight-from-the-heart approach that is inspirational for [ Read More ]Welcome to 2016! It’s been a busy year already, and we hope that you all have had time to
if you know someone, fill out our form! For November, we are shining a spotlight on Miriam Davila for her work! Miriam has been a paraeducator in Worcester for over 30 years. She currently works at Norrback Avenue Elementary School. The colleague who recommended Miriam said: “She is an amazing individual who is great with students and staff alike. She goes out of her way to help make sure our students have what they need to succeed and also helps implement lessons. She’s very cared for by our school and always willing to go that extra mile to get things done. Mrs. [ Read More ]We’ve had a busy season and some technical difficulties at the EAW, but here, better late than never, is our Member Spotlight for November! Remember that the Member Spotlight series shines a light on one member every month who does exceptional work. Any EAW member is eligible –