16 teachers win awards BALTIMORE COUNTY

April 27, 1993|By Staff Report

Sixteen Baltimore County teachers were named outstanding teachers in the seventh annual Awards for Excellence in Education given by the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.

The winners were chosen from more than 130 teachers nominated earlier this year by colleagues, students and parents of students. Each of the 16 finalists received a plaque and a stipend for professional study during an awards banquet last night at Martin's West.

There were five winners each from elementary, middle and high schools and one from among the county's special-education teachers.

The elementary winners are: Mary McConnell, Hampton; Shirley Cotton, Essex and Logan; Terri Jackson, Franklin; Sheldon Lebowitz, Johnnycake; and Helen Duryea, Hawthorne.

The middle school winners are: Daniel Shaner, Johnnycake; Mary Louise Kleman, Stemmers Run; Paul Leimbach, Sparrows Point; Regina Massella, Deer Park; and Christine Goldman, Dumbarton.

The high school winners are: Betty Edwards, Patapsco; Beverly Hickman, Catonsville; Dave Phoebus, Dulaney; Barbara Whitman, Franklin; and Walt Klevinsky, Kenwood.

April Tripp of the Ridge School is the special-education winner.

The chamber created the awards to let teachers know the business community appreciates their contribution to the county. The awards are co-sponsored by Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Maryland and Maryland National Bank.

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