Mission Moment: Prize Patrol celebrates Teacher and Principals of the Year

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Owings Mills Elementary’s Rebecca Eig, the 2017-18 BCPS Teacher of the Year, is shown with her Grade 2 students and her gift baskets made possible by the Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public School’s community partners.

Can you imagine …

You have just started your morning as a teacher with bright-eyed Grade 2 students.

Or….

You are entering the conference room, ready to meet with your assistant principals to review top priority agenda.

Or….

You are in the middle of an end-of-year review and … who walks in? 

The Prize Patrol with balloons, gifts and bright smiling faces, there to celebrate you as 2017-18 Teacher or Principal of the Year.  That’s what happened to Rebecca Eig teacher at Owings Mills Elementary, Aubrey Brown, Principal of Randallstown High School and Cheryl Brooks, Principal of Berkshire Elementary, on May 31.

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Laura Lemon and Debbie Phelps, from the Education Foundation, and Keith Siegle from iFly, surprise Randallstown High Principal Aubrey Brown as part of the BCPS Prize Patrol.

The Prize Patrol Caravan was joined by two new ambassadors of the foundation, Brandon McMann, General Manager, and Keith Siegle, Sales Manager of iFly Indoor Skydiving. In addition, Brandon Oland, Communications Specialist, BCPS, Debbie Phelps, Executive Director and Laura Lemon Associate Director of The Education Foundation, joined in the fun.

Let’s just say Eig, Brown, and Brooks were surprised.

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The BCPS Prize Patrol surprises Berkshire Elementary Principal Cheryl Brooks with a gift basket and 43-inch television as part of the BCPS Prize Patrol.

There are several people and companies we would like to thank for their contributions.  These members of TEAM BCPS help ensure our recipients are rewarded for their ongoing efforts. Our partners in the community are the ones who made this day special through their generous bequests.

Our thanks goes out to the following community partners for their contributions:

  • American College of Education
  • Baltimore in a Box
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
  • Barnes & Noble
  • BCPS Department of Information Technology
  • BCPS Office of Innovative Learning Projects
  • BCPS-Office of Organizational Effectiveness
  • BOSCOV’s – White Marsh Mall
  • Bread & Circuses Bistro
  • Capstone Interactive
  • Creative Strategies for Special Education
  • Crystal Kuykendall, Author
  • Defined Learning, LLC
  • FastPark
  • Farrell Maddox, Author
  • Federal Realty (The Avenue)
  • Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center
  • Heinemann
  • Hilton Baltimore
  • Hilary Corna, Author
  • iFly Indoor Skydiving
  • Kobe Japanese Steakhouse
  • Lakeshore Learning Materials
  • Loyola University of MD
  • National Aquarium
  • Nelson Coleman Jewelers
  • NTA Life
  • Open Door Before & After Care
  • Red Brick Station
  • Santoni’s Marketplace and Catering
  • Shake Shack
  • Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel
  • Spa on the Avenue
  • Towson Tavern
  • Under Armour
  • Workbench Project Based Learning

The BCPS Teacher of the Year and BCPS Principal of the Year program is an exciting recognition opportunity within our school district. Prior to the delivery of gifts from the Prize Patrol Caravan, a recognition ceremony and reception event was held that recognized all teachers and administrators who were nominated. The event showcased the teacher/administrative talent we have in Baltimore County Public Schools.

Join us for next year’s celebration as we invite current and future community partners to champion our schools.

 

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