The form can be submitted online by accessing the form above and attaching the required narrative and support letters as files (scanned documents or e-copies of the documents). This requires a Google account. Alternatively, you can download the PDF version of the Nomination Form from the right and submit the required documentation my mail.

Educator of the Year Program 

Our annual program developed to recognize and honor exemplary educators in the Snoqualmie Valley School District

Four educators are honored each year, including one from each of the following categories:  

 

-       Preschool through 5th grade certified staff (teacher, counselor, principal, librarian, etc.)

-       6th grade through 8th grade certified staff

-       9th grade through 12th grade certified staff 

-       Classified staff (custodian, food services, transportation, maintenance, office, paraeducators, tech support etc.)

 

Nomination Process

 

An educator can be nominated by students, parents, educators or other members of the community. The nominee must be a staff member employed by the Snoqualmie Valley School District in at least their third year with the district. Candidates are educators who inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn, have the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues, lead by example and play an active and useful role in the scholastic environment. Please include 2 letters of support, one by a student and the second from a colleague (but not a supervisor), parent, community member or other knowing individuals. The nomination narrative may be used as one of the letters of support. Support from a variety of sources provides the selection committee with a broad picture of the candidate! 

Nominations are due February 7th 2020. An independent selection committee comprised of community leaders will review applications. Winners will be notified by the first week of March and honored on March 19th, 2020 at the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation’s annual spring luncheon

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