Now, more than ever, we need to honor and recognize the great work of Maine teachers!
Whether you’re a student who’s learned from a great teacher, a colleague, a parent, or an interested member of the community, here’s your chance to recognize an exemplary Maine teacher.
Nominations will be accepted from students, parents, school administrators, colleagues, college faculty members, and associations (self-nominations, and nominations from family members are not accepted).
You have been nominated for County Teacher of the Year...Congratulations!
Click here to learn more about the process, what is required, key deadlines, and what to expect.
To be considered for the award and continue on with the TOY process, teacher candidates must submit written material that is reviewed by County Selection Panels.
Check out this video with the 2021 County Teachers of the Year. (5 minutes in they talk about their nominations and why they accepted the nominations).
Nominations are closed. Nominations will be accepted starting on January 1, 2023. Check back with us then. In the meantime, be thinking of the Maine Teacher you will nominate!
Who will you nominate?
To be considered for the County and Maine Teacher of the Year award, a person must:
Is an expert in their field who guides students of all backgrounds and abilities to achieve excellence;
Collaborates with colleagues, students, and families to create a school culture of respect and success;
Deliberately connects the classroom and key stakeholders to foster a strong community at large;
Demonstrates leadership and innovation in and outside of the classroom walls that embodies lifelong learning;
Expresses themselves in a clear and engaging way.