Charter Computer Science Expansion Awards

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January 29, 2019 - Fayette County Public Schools was recognized by Charter Communications and AdvanceKentucky for their commitment to the expansion of computer science throughout the district at the Academies at Bryan Station in Lexington on January 15, 2019.  Ten (10) Computer Science teachers were recognized for their commitment to offering computer science courses in their schools by participating in the AdvanceKentucky Professional Learning Program, in cooperation with Code.org.  The teachers will receive a $300 cash award and a certificate.

The teachers recognized are: 

Year in Program

Course

Name

School

2017-18

CS Discoveries

Crystal Estes

Lexington Traditional Magnet School

2017-18

CS Principles

Kaci Cohn

Bryan Station High School

2018-19

CS Discoveries

Art Hardin

Edythe J. Hayes Middle School

2018-19

CS Discoveries

David Lane

Bryan Station High School

2018-19

CS Discoveries

Lydia MacKenzie

Winburn Middle School

2018-19

CS Discoveries

Lucy MacKenzie

Beaumont Middle School

2018-19

CS Discoveries

Rebecca Tandy

Edythe J. Hayes Middle School

2018-19

CS Principles

Scott Diamond

The Learning Center

2018-19

CS Principles

Caroline Morales

STEAM Academy

2018-19

CS Principles

Angela Outland

Tates Creek High School

 

Charter Communications presented AdvanceKentucky a check for $15,000 to administer the awards and to sponsor a number of teachers for the AdvanceKentucky Professional Learning Program 2019-20.

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