Education Awards 2012

Just two days before school was to start last summer, Dalewood Middle School teacher Tracy Davis realized she didn’t have the supplies for the new class to which she was assigned.

Books about shiny vampire love and post-apocalyptic teenage gladiators are all the rage right now for the under-18 crowd, but Jessica Holloway wants more than that for her students.

Randy Hale and a class of Red Bank High Schoolers helped save lives this semester.

Shattuck gives back to his high school

The 1953 Soddy-Daisy High School graduate is an active alum at high school

Clarence Shattuck credits his education at Soddy-Daisy High School to landing the job he has today — a Hamilton County Sessions Court judge.

George Ricks didn’t graduate from Howard School of Academics and Technology, although he did attend the South Chattanooga school during two years of middle school.

Few Hamilton County educators have touched more lives than Catherine Neely.

Patrick Smiley wakes up at 4:30 each morning and arrives to do his daily duties at East Ridge Elementary School.

Typically, Tracey Freeman’s classroom wouldn’t be a place most students at Lookout Valley High School would want to find themselves.

John Champagne may never have thought about his last name, but the Signal Mountain school bus driver lives up to it.

Ooltewah High School Principal Mark Bean was far from his office the day he came up with his school’s slogan.

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