• 2015 Blackboard Awards For Teachers Honorees

    Fifteen teachers from around the city were honored and recognized for their excellence in education.

    By New York Family

    IMG_9869On Monday, June 8, the 2015 the Blackboard Awards For Teachers honored 15 of the finest educators in the city at a special ceremony at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) Auditorium on Broadway. Jennifer Senior, a New York magazine contributing editor and the author of All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood, was the emcee. In addition to NYIT, the sponsors included the United Federation Of Teachers (UFT), the Yorkville Youth Athletic Association, and Amtrak.

    The longest-running and most prestigious celebration of excellence in local education, the Blackboard Awards honors educators and schools from all sectors (public, private, charter, and parochial) and grade levels (nursery through high school). The ceremony for schools and principals takes place in early winter.

    Please Note: We welcome and encourage parent nominations all year long; and to nominate a school, principal, teacher, or guidance counselor visit blackboardawards.com.

    And the 2015-2015 Blackboard Awards for Teachers Honorees are:

    Jennifer Buck
    The Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem

    Marvin Cadornigara
    NEST+m

    Diane Ditonno-Gilhuley
    P.S. 107

    Laurie Engle
    The Neighborhood School—P.S. 363

    Yann Gaboriau
    New York French American Charter School

    Debra Goodstone
    Manhattan Day School/Yeshiva Ohr Torah

    Rallou M. Hamshaw
    Rudolf Steiner School

    Bill LaMonte
    Millennium High School

    Ashley Mendolia
    P.S. 15 M

    Kevin Miller
    Manhattan East School for Arts and Academics—M.S. 224

    Janeen Nelson
    James Weldon Johnson Leadership Academy—P.S. 57 M

    Debra Rabinowitz
    The Cathedral School

    Nicole Rachel
    Manhattan School For Children—P.S. 333

    Jonathan Sabol
    The Hewitt School

    Saray Elena Whittaker
    The Sarah Anderson School—P.S. 9

    See More Related Articles

    • Current Issue

      Current Issue
    • New York Family Magazine
    • New York Family Guides

      New York Family Guides