Meet Gwinnett County’s 2018 Teacher of the Year

Sunday, 12 November 2017, 05:21:46 AM. Doug Doblar, of Head Elementary School, is Teacher of the Year for 2018. Doblar was selected out of an initial pool of 134.
An elementary school science teacher has earned Gwinnett County Public Schools’ top honor. Doug Doblar, of Head Elementary School, is Teacher of the Year for 2018. Doblar was selected out of an initial pool of 138 that was narrowed down to six finalists. Of those finalists, Cheri Nations, a North Gwinnett Middle School STEM teacher, was named Middle School Teacher of the Year, and Amy Crisp, a Norcross High School English to Speakers of Other Languages teacher, was named High School Teacher of the Year. Doblar also received the honor of Elementary School Teacher of the Year. See the top ranked teachers in Gwinnett County Public Schools Here are the teachers of the year at every Gwinnett school Gwinnett schools names 25 teacher of the year semifinalists Gwinnett schools announce top 6 teacher of the year finalists Doblar will receive an annual award of $1,000 for as long as he is employed with the district, as well as the use of a new car for a year, a crystal peach, a $500 grocery store gift card, a commemorative ring, a laptop and a gift basket. Crisp and Nations will receive $750 annual awards for the rest of their time working in the district. The three other finalists —Ebony Flott, John Chvatal and Michelle E. Jones — will receive one-time awards of $500.  All five finalists will receive $250 grocery store gift cards in addition to their monetary awards. The 132 local winners will receive $200 each. Doblar has been an educator for 15 years and has taught at levels from...Read more
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