2022 Caliber Awards

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  • Congratulations to the Teacher of the Year Finalists!

    The Teacher of the Year (TOY) Award honors outstanding classroom teachers who inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to excel. Through their contributions, we have made significant progress in student achievement. You are encouraged to join us in honoring these educators by participating in this prestigious recognition program.

    Esther Charles
    Esther Charles 
    Sheridan Technical College & High School


    Elizabeth Fahy
    Elizabeth Fahy
    New River Middle School


    Brandon Forbes
    Brandon Forbes 
    Hallandale High School



    Jeannie Krouch
    Jeannie Krouch
    Westchester Elementary School 


    Seema Naik
    Seema Naik 
    Eagle Ridge Elementary School



    Teacher of the Year Semifinalists
    Teacher of the Year Nominees

  • Congratulations to the Principal of the Year Finalists!

    The Principal of the Year (POY) Award recognizes outstanding school administrators for their exemplary contributions to students, schools and communities. Through their innovative leadership and dedication to academic excellence, they have increased student and school performance and have established safe learning environments for our children. These individuals have utilized teamwork and leadership skills to increase student performance, and promote safe learning environments, often through establishing partnerships with parents and community members.  

    Mitshuca Moreau
    Mitshuca Moreau
    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Montessori Academy



    Heilange Porcena
    Heilange Porcena
    North Side Elementary School


    Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year Semifinalists
    Principal of the Year Nominees

  • Congratulations to the Assistant Principal of the Year Finalists!

    The Assistant Principal of the Year (APOY) Award recognizes outstanding school administrators for their exemplary contributions to students, schools and communities. Through their innovative leadership and dedication to academic excellence, they have increased student and school performance and have established safe learning environments for our children. These individuals have utilized teamwork and leadership skills to increase student performance, and promote safe learning environments, often through establishing partnerships with parents and community members.

    Derek Gordon
    Derek Gordon
    Western High School 


    Anthony Smith
    Anthony Smith 
    Everglades High School


    Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year Semifinalists
    Assistant Principal of the Year Nominees

  • Congratulations to the School-Related Employee of the Year Finalists!

    The School-Related Employee of the Year (SREOY) Award recognizes outstanding non-instructional support personnel for the significant contributions to our schools, District and communities. The award honors individuals who have demonstrated exceptional skill and dedication in the performance of their jobs, thereby earning the respect and admiration of students, teachers, administrators, co-workers and parents.

    Kimberly Kummler
    Kimberly Kummler
    Manatee Bay Elementary School



    Dawn Michaud
    Dawn Michaud
    Pasadena Lakes Elementary School



    Matilda Padilla
    Matilde Padilla
    Silver Lakes Middle School


    Rachel Siber
    Rachel Kelly Silber
    Hollywood Hills High School



    Danielle St. Leon
    Danielle St. Leon
    Hollywood Central Elementary School


    School-Related Employee of the Year Semifinalists

    School-Related Employee of the Year Nominees

     

  • Presenting

    BrightStar Credit Union

  • Platinum


    Aetna logo
     BTU

    NSU

  • Silver

    BPA

    Bank of America
    Jet Blue logo

  • Bronze

    Herff JonesPNCBank

    Royal Caribbean International

2021/22 PROGRAM

  • As the first fully accredited School District in Florida, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) continues to be a leader in delivering excellence in education to every student, every school, every day. With more than 30,000 employees, BCPS is proud of those individuals who have dedicated themselves to ensuring the future success of our more than 261,000 students and 110,000 adult learners. The Caliber Awards program provides the opportunity for the District to recognize employees who have excelled as teachers, principals, assistant principals and school-related employees.

    New this year, the process for nominating principals and assistant principals begins earlier as seen on the Schedule of Activities. With this change, schools have an extended period to select their teachers and school-related employees of the year, and may begin the nomination process early. The updated Caliber Awards Nomination Process Guidelines provides details to assist schools and departments.

    For more information regarding the Caliber Awards program, contact Dr. Carolyn Stewart, District Community Relations Coordinator, at carolyn.stewart@browardschools.com or 754-321-2300.

     

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