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Six Greensboro Day School Teachers Recognized as Inspirational Educators

Greensboro Day School is proud to have six teachers recognized by the University of North Carolina - Greenboro's School of Education for the inaugural Inspirational Educators initiative. These teachers were nominated for making a significant impact in the lives of students.

Congratulations to Judy Arnette, Maude Caudle, Kathy Davis, Trish Morris, Lee Roane, and Nancy Teague for this receiving this honor. These teachers participated in a ceremony on Sunday, April 14, 2019. Read the full list of recipients here: https://bit.ly/2ICFRhD.

This group of teachers has an average of 37 years of teaching experience. Nominations include words such as "magical, enthusiasm, love of learning, dedicated, passionate, and creative." 

Judy Arnette served as the Upper School Latin teacher from 1973 - 2013, Maude Caudle worked as the Lower School Technology Specialist with nearly 35 years experience, Kathy Davis retired after 43 years as an Upper School Math teacher, Trish Morris currently teaches Upper School Math and has been in that role for more than 35 years, Lee Roane was a 1st grade teacher with 37 years of experience, and Nancy Teague was a Lower School Math Specialist for 31 years.

Thank you to all of the Greensboro Day School teachers for making a difference in the lives of students and congratulations to these six educators for this special honor and recognition. 
Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.