Reeves selected JDC Teacher of the Year
Published 12:09 pm Wednesday, February 15, 2017
As part of School Board Appreciation Week, a reception was held prior to the monthly school board meeting honoring the Jefferson Davis County school board. Each school in the county adopted a school board member and presented them with a gift at the beginning of the meeting.
The Jefferson Davis County Teacher of the Year was awarded to Michal Reeves. Reeves is in her third year at Carver and teaches second grade. “I am honored to have been chosen by my peers,” said Reeves.
“I literally have to run her out of the school every afternoon. She works tirelessly. When you walk into her classroom, it is an environment of learning,” said Carver principal Dr. Crystal Haynes.
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The district teacher of the year is chosen between the teachers of the year from each of the four county schools and will represent JDC at the state level.
The J.E. Johnson teacher of the year is kindergarten teacher, Susan Blackburn.
English teacher Felicia Walker was selected as the Prentiss High School teacher of the year. Marisa Hall teaches biology at Bassfield High School and was their teacher of the year.
“There are a lot of places you could be, and you chose us, so thank you,” said board president Von Norwood.