Hartshorn, Quigley and Walsh Named Rotary Teachers of the Year
The Watchung Warren Rotary Club announced its 2013 Teacher of the Year Awards. The winners were Robert Hartshorn, a social studies teacher in the Warren Middle School; Bonnie Quigley, a special education teacher in the Watchung Hills Regional High School; and Susan Walsh, who teaches language arts in the Valley View Middle School.
The awards were based on the recommendations of colleagues, parents and students, and further evaluated by a select Rotary Committee. The Committee noted the teachers' use of innovative and flexible teaching styles, their ability to motivate students, their excellent inter-personal relations with parents and their commitment to further study to enhance their own teaching skills.
The awards were made on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at the Twin Brooks Country Club, Watchung, NJ. The awardees will each receive a $500 gift which they will use to enhance learning in their own classrooms.
The Rotary Club Foundation supports numerous world-wide and local charities. On Monday, July 22nd, it will hold its 16th Annual Golf Classic at the Beaver Brook Country Club, Annandale. Proceeds from the event will go to support Rotary’s local, national and international charities.
From the left, Sarah Bilotti (Director of Special Services, Watchung Hills Regional High School), Robert Comba (Principal, Warren Middle School), Bonnie Quigley, Susan Walsh, Robert Hartshorn, Tami Crader (Superintendent, Warren School District), Fran Stromsland (retiring Superintendant, Watchung Hills Regional High School), Barbara Resko (Superintendant, Watchung School District), Mary Nunn (Watchung District principal), George Alexis (Principal, Watchung Hills Regional High School).
From the left, Rotary Club President Mark Spinelli, Robert Hartshorn, Warren Middle School honoree; Susan Walsh, Valley View Middle School honoree; Bonnie Quigley, Watchung Hills Regional High School honoree; and Rotarians Linda Pregenzer and Pamela Singh, who made the awards.
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