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LPS Announces Teacher of the Year Nominees

Liberty Public Schools would like to congratulate the nineteen teachers that make up the 2019 - 2020 LPS Teacher of the Year class.  Each nominee was selected by the respective building peers, and were recognized at the annual Teacher of the Year Luncheon on Tuesday, March 12, 2019.  Below is a listing of this years nominees:

Stephanie Buck - Early Childhood Special Education Teacher - Early Childhood Center

Cara O'Riley - School Counselor - Alexander Doniphan Elementary

Deb Caywood - 5th Grade Teacher - EPiC Elementary

Katie Fisher - Library Media Specialist - Franklin Elementary

Michelle Akright - School Counselor - Kellybrook Elementary

Traci Pierson - Art Teacher - Lewis and Clark Elementary

Aleesa Pierret - 3rd Grade Teacher - Liberty Oaks Elementary

Abby Crossett - 5th Grade Teacher - Lillian Schumacher Elementary

Annette Tracy - Music Teacher - Manor Hill Elementary

Cassandra Hopkins - 5th Grade Teacher - Ridgeview Elementary

Becky Carr - Special Education Teacher - Shoal Creek Elementary

Sadie Heusi - 4th Grade Teacher - Warren Hills Elementary

Bob Willis - Gateway to Technology Teacher/Athletic Director - Discover Middle School

Michael Kallal - Math Teacher - Heritage Middle School

Heather Larkin-Boone - Special Education Teacher - Liberty Middle School

Ashley Brown - 7th/8th Grade Science Teacher - South Valley MS

Doug Winkler - Social Studies Teacher - Liberty High School

Doug Davis - Social Studies Teacher (AP Psychology) - Liberty North High School

Chad Brinkmeyer - Alternative Education Teacher - Liberty Academy

In addition, videos were produced to introduce each of this years nominees.  To view the presentations, click the link provided below:

Early Childhood Center and Elementary School Nominees

Secondary School Nominees

The LPS Teacher of the Year that will represent the district at the state level will be announced later this spring.  Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!