Rotary Club Of Chattanooga Hamilton Place Holds Influential Educator Awards Event

Friday, April 20, 2018
Pictured, from left to right, are teachers and students:
Front row:  Alex Ford (East Hamilton HS); Taylor Flynn (Ooltewah HS); Ryan Thomason (Silverdale Baptist Academy); Julie Foster (Collegedale Academy); and Diane Hoilman (Boyd Buchanan School
Second row:  Pressley Wilson, student East Hamilton HS; Allie Chernak, student Ooltewah HS; Nate Hampton, student Silverdale Baptist Academy; Hannah Moody, student Collegedale Academy; and Kohl Henke, student Boyd Buchanan School
Third row:  Todd Gaither, Chattanooga Hamilton Place Rotary Club president and Stephen Pike and Brigette Thurman, Chattanooga HP Rotary Club members and coordinators of the event
Pictured, from left to right, are teachers and students: Front row: Alex Ford (East Hamilton HS); Taylor Flynn (Ooltewah HS); Ryan Thomason (Silverdale Baptist Academy); Julie Foster (Collegedale Academy); and Diane Hoilman (Boyd Buchanan School Second row: Pressley Wilson, student East Hamilton HS; Allie Chernak, student Ooltewah HS; Nate Hampton, student Silverdale Baptist Academy; Hannah Moody, student Collegedale Academy; and Kohl Henke, student Boyd Buchanan School Third row: Todd Gaither, Chattanooga Hamilton Place Rotary Club president and Stephen Pike and Brigette Thurman, Chattanooga HP Rotary Club members and coordinators of the event

The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place honored a group of teachers at their annual Influential Educator Awards event. 

Teachers from five area schools were recognized  and introduced by the students who nominated them.  The schools and teachers honored were: Boyd Buchanan School (Diane Hoilman), Collegedale Academy (Julie Foster), East Hamilton High School (Alex Ford), Ooltewah High School (Taylor Flynn) and Silverdale Baptist Academy (Ryan Thomason).  

"Our teachers are on the front lines daily, passionately fighting for our youth while inspiring and shaping students' lives," officials said.



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