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Dublin Rotary honors local teachers with inaugural Educator of the Year

Honorees were chosen for their 'exemplary contributions to education'

A dozen of Dublin's most esteemed public school teachers were recently honored as the inaugural winners of the Rotary Club of Dublin's Educator of the Year awards.

The awards are given "to those who demonstrate exemplary contributions to education during the school year" and have an active involvement in student success.

Each educator was chosen by staff from each of Dublin Unified School District's 12 campuses for embodying the Rotary motto of "Service Above Self" and DUSD's mission to create lifelong learners. Dublin Rotary President Michael Prilutsky congratulated the winners and expressed his gratitude to them for "shaping our world."

“It’s hard to imagine a more critical role in society than that of our educators,” Prilutsky said. “Educators are one of our community’s most vital resources because they are literally molding our future leaders."

The 2019-20 Educators of the Year are:

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Nandini “Nina” Nulman - Amador Elementary School

Kate Berglund - Cottonwood Creek School

Shawna Lettau - Dougherty Elementary School

Glady Diaz - Dublin Elementary School

Michael D’Ambrosio - Dublin High School

Nicole Richards - Fallon Middle School

Lilia Tsui - Frederiksen Elementary School

Trisha Hahn - Green Elementary School

Kathy Ng - Kolb Elementary School

Christan Daniels - Murray Elementary School

Stephanie Sbranti - Valley High School

Delores “Dee” Michetti - Wells Middle School

Each winner will receive an honorarium of $100 and a Certificate of Recognition from the Rotary, along with Certificates of Recognition from the Dublin City Council and Supervisor Scott Haggerty. Personalized congratulatory lawn signs will also be delivered to each winner by Rotary members. Plaques to commemorate the honor will be delivered to each school once they reopen.

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Dublin Rotary honors local teachers with inaugural Educator of the Year

Honorees were chosen for their 'exemplary contributions to education'

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Uploaded: Mon, Jun 1, 2020, 2:12 pm

A dozen of Dublin's most esteemed public school teachers were recently honored as the inaugural winners of the Rotary Club of Dublin's Educator of the Year awards.

The awards are given "to those who demonstrate exemplary contributions to education during the school year" and have an active involvement in student success.

Each educator was chosen by staff from each of Dublin Unified School District's 12 campuses for embodying the Rotary motto of "Service Above Self" and DUSD's mission to create lifelong learners. Dublin Rotary President Michael Prilutsky congratulated the winners and expressed his gratitude to them for "shaping our world."

“It’s hard to imagine a more critical role in society than that of our educators,” Prilutsky said. “Educators are one of our community’s most vital resources because they are literally molding our future leaders."

The 2019-20 Educators of the Year are:

Nandini “Nina” Nulman - Amador Elementary School

Kate Berglund - Cottonwood Creek School

Shawna Lettau - Dougherty Elementary School

Glady Diaz - Dublin Elementary School

Michael D’Ambrosio - Dublin High School

Nicole Richards - Fallon Middle School

Lilia Tsui - Frederiksen Elementary School

Trisha Hahn - Green Elementary School

Kathy Ng - Kolb Elementary School

Christan Daniels - Murray Elementary School

Stephanie Sbranti - Valley High School

Delores “Dee” Michetti - Wells Middle School

Each winner will receive an honorarium of $100 and a Certificate of Recognition from the Rotary, along with Certificates of Recognition from the Dublin City Council and Supervisor Scott Haggerty. Personalized congratulatory lawn signs will also be delivered to each winner by Rotary members. Plaques to commemorate the honor will be delivered to each school once they reopen.

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