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2013 Santa Rosa Rookie of the Year Nominees

The Santa Rosa Education Foundation, together with its partner in education Santa Rosa Medical Center, invited every school in the Santa Rosa School District to nominate one teacher for the Santa Rosa Rookie of the Year award.  All full-time classroom teachers in their third year or less of teaching were eligible for this award.  This included total teaching experience, not just in Santa Rosa public schools.


The following school nominees will be recognized at our Eighteenth Annual Rookie of the Year Reception on April 24, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. at B.C. Russell Elementary School. Santa Rosa’s Rookie of the Year 2013 will be announced during the awards presentation and awarded a Sara Caudell Scholarship by the Gulf Breeze Area Chamber of Commerce.


2013 Santa Rosa Rookie of the Year Nominees:


Avalon Middle, David Bohannon; Bagdad Elementary, Laura Rader; Berryhill Administrative Complex, Marla Randall; Berryhill Elementary, Ashley Korn; Chumuckla Elementary, Jessica Strickland; S.S. Dixon Intermediate, Kristie Rodriguez; S.S. Dixon Primary, Tess Scott; East Milton Elementary, Erin Jones; Gulf Breeze Elementary, Erica Leeds; Gulf Breeze High, Tessa Grabas; Gulf Breeze Middle, Karen Gilbreath; Hobbs Middle, Rick Miller; Holley Navarre Intermediate, Samantha Paul; Holley Navarre Middle, Gene Benvenutti; Holley Navarre Primary, Tiffany Lindsey; T.R. Jackson Pre-K, Marcia Mayo; Jay Elementary, Rhonda Adams; Jay High, Paul Grover; King Middle, Sidney Ware; Locklin Technical Center, Joe Peirce; Milton High, Michael Schultz; Navarre High, Jenna Hughes; Oriole Beach Elementary, Katie Gibbs; Pace High, John Baker; Pea Ridge Elementary, Tiffany Langham; W.H. Rhodes Elementary, Cindy Simpson; B.C. Russell Elementary, Melanie Williams; Santa Rosa High/Adult, Afsaneh Penton; T.L. Sims Middle, Will Bain; West Navarre Intermediate, Brigette Walters; West Navarre Primary, Emily Simon; Woodlawn Beach Middle, Jennifer Hensley

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