Oklahoma Teacher Of The Year Nominees Announced

Jul 16, 2014

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has named the 12 finalists for the annual Teacher of the Year award.

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State Superintendent Janet Barresi made the announcement Wednesday. The winner will be announced this fall.

The finalists are: Tonya Lynn Boyle, a fifth-grade teacher in Broken Arrow; Cynthia Brown, an English teacher in Piedmont; Roger Clement, a science teacher in Noble; Amber Elder, a first- and second-grade teacher in Putnam City Schools; Adam Forester, a chemistry teacher in Bethany; Monica Hodgden, a pre-kindergarten teacher in Woodward; James LeGrand, a history teacher in Altus; Jennifer Luttmer, a second-grade teacher in Sallisaw; Romney Nesbitt, an art teacher in Jenks; Jason Scott Proctor, a math teacher in Tahlequah; Diane Walker, a history teacher in Muskogee and LeaAnn Wyrick, a geography teacher in Atoka.


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