Cato Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Award

The Cato Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Awards recognize exceptionally creative teachers who have a distinguished career teaching the arts, sciences or history or who have demonstrated creative infusion of the arts, sciences or history into the core curriculum.

Three $5,000 awards will be presented every three years through the support of ASC’s Cato Excellence in Teaching Endowment. The 2015-2016 ASC Honors were presented during a special ceremony in April 2016.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Eligible teachers must be a Pre-K through 12th grade teacher working for a public or independent school in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln or Union counties in North Carolina or Lancaster or York counties in SC.
  • Nominees should exhibit a career marked by innovation and excellence in teaching focused on the arts, sciences or history or creative infusion of the arts, sciences or history into the core curriculum; school and community leadership; and dedication to the field of education.

Recipients include:

2016

Windy Fullagar (Arts)

Ann Jacob (History)

Julie McConnell (Science)

 

2012

Bryon Baldwin (Arts)

Andrew West (History)

Elizabeth Withrow (Science)

 

For more information on the Cato Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Award, contact Erin Elliott at erin.elliott@artsandscience.org or 704-335-3058.

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