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MTHS Selects 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year


Recently, a committee of individuals met to discuss the significant number of nominations received  regarding the MTHS Teacher of the Year. Based on much discussion and deliberation amongst the  members of that committee, it is my distinct honor to announce the Montville Township High  School Teacher of the Year for 2020-2021—Mrs. Evangelia (Angela) Kalavrezos. While I can speak  of her tremendous commitment to students and their education, it is the words of her peers that I  feel capture, most effectively, her impact on the MTHS community: 

[Excerpt from nominations] 

On behalf of Mrs. Angela Kalavrezos… 

“She has the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues, demonstrates poise,  eloquence and the ability to maintain a demanding schedule.” 

“Angela is an exceptionally skilled and dedicated licensed classroom teacher (pre-K through grade  12) in a public or charter school; 

· has teaching as the primary responsibility rather than administrative or supervisory  responsibilities; 

· Is a dedicated and skilled teacher leader who is planning to actively continue his/her  teaching career for at least five (5) more years; 

· Is an expert in the field who inspires students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn; · Actively collaborates with colleagues, students, and families to create a strong culture of  respect and success; 

· Demonstrates leadership and innovation in educational activities at the school, district,  and/or state and national level that take place both within or out of the school setting; · Has the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues; and · Demonstrates poise, eloquence and the ability to maintain a demanding schedule.”

Mrs. Kalavrezos will continue in the process to select the county and state Teacher of the Year. We  know that she will represent Montville Township High School well.

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