Teachers Of The Year Named At Each Escambia County School

November 18, 2020

The Escambia County School District has named  Teachers of the Year from each school in the county.

An overall Teacher of the Year for the school district will be named later.

The 2020 Teachers of the Year are:

Jim Allen Elementary — Emily West
Bellview Elementary — Turkessa Dale
Beulah Elementary — Cathy Ciccone
Blue Angels Elementary — Jennifer Langford
Bratt Elementary — Frances Emmons
Brentwood Elementary — Vera Wiley
Byrneville Elementary — Tamesha Dunsford
Hellen Caro Elementary — Brittney Goldthwaite
N. B. Cook Elementary — Carla Joy McKinley Matthews
Cordova Park Elementary — Vicki Crawford
Ensley Elementary — Stephanie Norman
Ferry Pass Elementary — Ian Waldron
Global Learning Academy — Diana W. Isert
Reinhardt Holm Elementary — Etter Wright
Kingsfield Elementary School — Stephanie Harris
Lincoln Park Elementary — Charles Crosby
R. C. Lipscomb Elementary — Kristina Golloher
Longleaf Elementary — Tammy Pitman
L. D. McArthur Elementary — Deborah Keslar
Molino Park Elementary — Rachel Venable
Montclair Elementary School — Briana McCreary
Myrtle Grove Elementary — Aurora Paul
Navy Point Elementary — Brenda Parker
Oakcrest Elementary — Peggie Bosso
Pine Meadow Elementary — Kristen Whiddon
Pleasant Grove Elementary — Matt Blackburn
Scenic Heights Elementary — Ashlee Kinser
O. J. Semmes Elementary — Jennifer Willem
Sherwood Elementary — Kerrie Mills
A. K. Suter Elementary — Heather McWethy
Warrington Elementary — Paula Sides
C. A. Weis Elementary — Gabrielle Merritt
West Pensacola Elementary — Madeline Pisani
Escambia High — John Fuller
Northview High — Ashley Salter
Pensacola High — Suzanna Ryals
Pine Forest High — Veronica McCants
J. M. Tate High — Janice Courson
Booker T. Washington High — Stephanie Connors
West Florida High — Marjorie Stradley
George Stone Technical College — Derrick Beaird
Jim C. Bailey Middle — Jamie Harris
Bellview Middle — Delia Smith
Beulah Academy of Science — Chrystale Gilley
Beulah Middle School — James Seigle
Brown-Barge Middle — Rashena McWhite
Ferry Pass Middle — Maureen Humphrey
Ransom Middle — Janie Walker
Ernest Ward Middle — Ashley Long
Warrington Middle — Brenda Arlene Coleman
J. H. Workman Middle School — Rochelle Carmichael
Alternative Education — Mercedes Musto
Camelot Academy — Charles Allen
Escambia Westgate — Jennifer Holman
Exceptional Student Education — Kassandra Goble
Lakeview School — Sherry King


7 Responses to “Teachers Of The Year Named At Each Escambia County School”

  1. Aunt on November 20th, 2020 10:31 pm

    Congratulations Frances Emmons! We are so proud of you!

  2. Tammy Bates on November 20th, 2020 4:10 pm

    Haley and I would like to give a shout out to coach Waldron, teacher of the year at ferry pass elementary! You have been there a long time and I can’t think of anyone more deserving to receive such an honorable award. Haley’s older sister attended ferry pass so I myself have been visiting the school for many years and I can’t recall not 1 time of ever seeing you interact with parents, students and staff as none other than a teacher whom any parent would love to have teaching their child. You’re a great role model for these children and I hope you can continue to teach for many years to come!

  3. Kevin Bonfardine on November 20th, 2020 6:21 am

    Congrats Mercedes Musto….. Happy to see your name up there… Keep up the good work here at ERDC… We’re happy to have you here with us…..

  4. John on November 19th, 2020 9:51 am

    Congratulations to Ashlee Kinser of S.H.E., she had our boy for two years, teaching 3rd and 4th consecutively. Having children of her own in grade school, I don’t know how she does it.

    Very effectively I might add, well deserved!

  5. Shay Lo on November 18th, 2020 11:31 am

    Congratulations ladies on a job well done!

  6. Mom on November 18th, 2020 9:59 am

    Ashley Long, I doubt if anyone realizes how much you care about your students other than your family. You have worked hard and we could not be more proud of you!! Love you sweetie! As far as the other teachers…thank God our kids have you! Being a teacher is a stressful, exhausting, sometimes thankless job that teachers do for the love of their students and the hope that somehow they can help that person be the best that they can be. Congratulations to all!!

  7. Jlb on November 18th, 2020 8:31 am

    Congratulations to all chosen. Teachers deserve so much respect for all they do. Congratulations Mrs. Harris. Not only are you a superior teacher, you a Beautiful person.. The love an dedication you have for students is quite obvious. Congratulations again.

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