The Coppell ISD educator recognition program called “Super Teacher” recognizes campus educators as designers of engaging and innovative learning experiences that ignite the interests of learners. We want to recognize educators whose learning environments, learning designs, curriculum implementation and assessments model the CISD Learning Framework and transform teaching and learning.
Members of the CISD staff have the chance to nominate educators with supporting evidence that may include, but is not limited to, photos, videos and/or written descriptions. Evidence supporting the nomination can be submitted on the form linked below. Nominations will be accepted online throughout the year, and the superintendent will personally acknowledge the best of the best during a special lunch!
Spring 2020 Super Teachers
Congratulations to the following mid-year group of SuperTeachers who were named earlier this month, then celebrated during a special luncheon with Superintendent Dr. Brad Hunt. Kristin Zamarripa and Stepanie Deskin/Canyon Ranch, Stacey Harris/Cottonwood Creek, Claudia Barrera/Wilson, Sarah Grover/CMS East, Lucy Grimmett, William Harrington, and Gunjan Jan/CHS9, as well as Mark Granado and Kristin Petrunin/NTH@C.
Fall 2019 Super Teachers
Congratulations to the following Super Teachers who are leading the way in creating innovative and engaging lessons for students in their classrooms: Julie Bowles and Kristen Schliewe from Canyon Ranch Elementary, Julia Flores from Cottonwood Creek Elementary, Linda Hoffman from Richard J. Lee Elementary, Marcus Green from CMS East, Sandy Stubblefield from CMS North, John Kelder and Sanela Pjetrovic from CMS West, Kim Porter from CHS9, and Janelle Bence, Eric Hill and Justin Merchant from New Tech High @ Coppell.