A great teacher can make the greatest difference.
Please tell us who your favorite teacher is for our September issue of Make It Better magazine. This could be a lovely thank-you for the teacher and inspiration for other teachers everywhere.
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”
— Henry Brooks Adams
Thank you Northbrook Court for affecting eternity too, by honoring and paying it forward to a great teacher:
Pictured left to right are Stacy Kolios, marketing manager for Northbrook Court; Glenbrook North High School Principal Paul Pryma, Instructional Supervisor Robin Sheperd, Celebrate Teachers winner Emily Horvath and Glenbrook High School District 225 Superintendent Mike Riggle.
In recognition of National Teacher’s Day on May 7, Northbrook Court awarded Emily Horvath a $500 Northbrook Court Shop, Etc. gift card. Horvath received the most votes on the mall’s Facebook page from April 16 – 28. She teaches social studies at Glenbrook North High School and was nominated by one of her students, Samantha Bernsen, a senior.
“I am thrilled to present Mrs. Horvath with this award,” said Stacy Kolios, marketing manager at Northbrook Court. “On behalf of everyone at Northbrook Court, I want to extend a huge thank you to her and all the other nominees for all the hard work they put into making our schools and communities as great as they are.”
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Loved the Grammy Awards — particularly Mumford & Sons, Fun and Carrie Underwood’s electric dress. But the true winner of the evening is music education, because the Grammys Music Educator Award was launched.
I love, love, love this idea! Great teachers need great recognition.
Please nominate your favorite music teacher, and let me know about it. Make It Better and I will do all we can to amplify your nomination.
Learn more, or submit your nomination here.
Singer Carrie Underwood