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Join us as we consistently celebrate greatness in Arizona’s schools. Do you have a colleague who is an absolute rock star teacher? Maybe you’re a student, parent, administrator, or community member looking for a unique way to spotlight one of the greats in your school or district.In an effort to ho

May 08, 2017

Join us as we consistently celebrate greatness in Arizona’s schools.


Do you have a colleague who is an absolute rock star teacher? Maybe you’re a student, parent, administrator, or community member looking for a unique way to spotlight one of the greats in your school or district.

In an effort to honor educators owning their craft, we’ve created the Tap a Teacher campaign. Beginning June 1, a simple, online form will be available on the Homeroom homepage. This is your chance to nominate an individual worthy of a feature article — whether they’re a veteran teacher or a first-year technology specialist.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your notebook or cell phone and start generating a list of amazing teachers you’d like to see honored on Homeroom.

Please note, individuals must be willing to speak with our staff writer for about 30 minutes, have their photo taken, and agree to the final article being shared on our Arizona K12 Center website and social media spaces. (Follow us here!) Can’t wait until June 1? Email our staff writer now!

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