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2 Parkville-area Teachers Among 19 Honored by Chamber

The Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce will honor 19 county educators this week.

Two Parkville-area educators are among 19 county teachers to be honored by the Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce at the chamber's awards and installation dinner Thursday at Martin's East.

The 19 Baltimore County Public Schools teachers were selected by the chamber's education committee based on nominations from chamber members. Honorees are selected based on service, leadership, extra-curricular involvement and respect from students and fellow teachers.

Superintendent S. Dallas Dance will be on hand to congratulate the educators.

Here are this year's honorees from the Parkville area:

  • Kathleen Wiles, Carney Elementary School
  • Kathryn Knight, Parkville Middle School     

Other honorees from Baltimore County schools include:

  • Kristy Curran, Chesapeake High School
  • Jessica Nies, Deep Creek Elementary School  
  • Nakia Younger, Deep Creek Magnet Middle School  
  • Jilian Krause, Eastern Technical High School 
  • Crystal Collins, Essex Elementary School      
  • Christina Decker, Glenmar Elementary School 
  • Tammy Jackson, Kenwood High School        
  • Harri Mullenax, Mars Estates Elementary School
  • Ashley Morin, Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Matthew Clifford, Middle River Middle School        
  • Amanda Cochran, Orems Elementary School 
  • Brittany Driscoll, Sandalwood Elementary School
  • Lisa Bennett, Stemmers Run Middle School
  • Lawrence Ramsey, Golden Ring Middle School
  • Micki Buckingham, Joppa View Elementary School  
  • Alyssa Verdugo, McCormick Elementary School       
  • Erin Renner, Perry Hall High School 

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One Big Day January 10, 2013 at 02:27 AM
When you enter the Parkville Middle School link they list the school principal. This should be updated as it is incorrect. Erin O'Toole-Trivas is the school principal.

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