21 teachers earn 'master teacher' designation
Twenty-one Dublin City School teachers have earned the "master teacher" designation, bringing the district's total to 94.
To become a master teacher in Ohio, teachers must write a 10-12 page narrative on how they demonstrate consistent leadership, focused collaboration, distinguished teaching and continued professional growth.
"I commend these staff members for putting the time and effort into becoming a master teacher," Superintendent David Axner said in a news release from the district.
"We can all be proud of their dedication to their profession and our students will benefit from their expertise."
Teachers who received the master teacher designation recently include: Melody Allen and Beth Campanale, Thomas Elementary School; Samantha Althouse, Davis Middle School; Mary Jo Armstrong, Scioto High School and Karrer Middle School; Kimberly Bahr, Sharon Dechert, Larry Hohman, April Lucas and Jaclyn Baumann, Grizzell Middle School, Matthew Berner, Shon Holland and Gretchen Taylor, Sells Middle School; Jodi Bisher and Jaymie Obney, Wright Elementary School; Bethany Cybak and Heidi Muirhead, Jerome High School; Erika Fields, Allison Scott and Michelle Hubert, Scottish Corners Elementary School; and Katherine O'Neal and Meghan Sparks, Karrer Middle School.