Name: Robert L. Foor-Hogue
Honored by The Carroll County Sun for:Winning the Class Act Award from WBAL-TV, Channel 11. The station makes the award, based on nominations from students, to teachers and principals who have made a positive contribution in the class room. Foor-Hogue is the science department head at South Carroll High
Residence; hometown: Manchester; Columbus, Ohio
Education: Bachelor's degree in zoology from University of Maryland, College Park; master's equivalency in science and education from the Johns Hopkins University
Family: Wife: Nancy Lee, social worker withthe Carroll County Department of Social Services; daughter: Sarah, 10; son: Joshua, 6
Activities/hobbies: Breeds and trains horses andmaintains aquatic gardens on his farm; also built his own solar-heated home, where he is adding a sun room
Accomplishments: Maryland Science Teachers Association "Teacher of the Year" in 1986; finalist for 1990 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science
Recipient's comments: "Teaching is a hard job. I am always flattered and honored when my efforts are recognized by students and colleagues."
Nominations: Call 876-8771, 857-0550 or (800) 829-8000 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays; you also can FAX your information to 876-0233.