Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union and the Delaware County Daily Times are happy to announce this year’s recipients of the Delaware County Excellence in Teaching Award. Outstanding educators are nominated by peers, students, parents, family, etc. A panel of Education professionals selected one teacher from each of the Delaware County School Districts, the Delaware County Intermediate Unit, and one each from a private elementary, middle, and high school. Each awardee will receive $500, a commemorative plaque, and $1,000 for their school.

These teachers will be recognized at the annual Partners in Education Celebration, April 19, 2018. Click here for ticket information.

Britney Sherie Abner
Main Street Elementary School
Connie Allison
Prospect Park School
Gemma Amoroso
Media Elementary School
Megan Cini
Leedom Elementary
Melisa Civitella
Radnor High School
Patricia Commale
Cardinal O’Hara High School
Mike Cruice
The County Alternative High School
Stephanie Gaffney
Boothwyn Elementary
Anne Marie Helmke
Saint Pius X
Riccardo Latrano
Haverford High School
Matthew Lindeman
Penn Wood High School
Peg Makela
Russell Elementary School
Marycharolette Petras
Swarthmore-Rutledge School
Nicholas Pignataro
Parkside Elementary
Cheryl Scartozzi
St. James Regional Catholic School
Cassandra Skursha
Darby Township Elementary
Fran Trefz
Garnet Valley Middle School
Bernadette Udovich
Garrettford Elementary School
Michael Zubert
Springfield High School
YOU can congratulate these dedicated teachers with a Shout Out in the 2018 Partners in Education Celebration Keepsake! Click here to download the form. Proceeds benefit Partners in Education, a non-profit organization that supports education and financial literacy.
Anyone can nominate a deserving teacher for the annual Delaware County Excellence in Teaching Award. The 2019 nomination period begins September 10, 2018 and runs through January 4, 2019. Check back for details.