Madison's King Road School Announces Teacher of the Year

Principal Kathy Koop (left) with Kathy Goodbread (right)

MADISON, NJ - Second grade teacher Mrs. Kathy Goodbread has been selected as the Kings Road School Teacher of the Year.

Goodbread was selected after carefully reviewing many nominations submitted by both teachers and parents for the 2015-16 school year.

"Mrs. Goodbread encompasses all the qualities that every child and parent looks for in a teacher. She takes the time to know every one of her students academically, socially, and emotionally. She conveys a strong belief that her students can succeed in any endeavor and she supports the students so that they accomplish their goals.She is an active member of the community and contributes consistently to the positive culture of our school and district. We are very fortunate to have her as a talented, committed, educator at Kings Road School," said Kathy Koop Kings Road School Principal.
Goodbread will be honored at Success/Curriculum Night at Kings Road School as well as recognized at a Madison Board of Education meeting in June.


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