NCVPS is pleased to announce its top four candidates for the 2017 E-learning Advisor (ELA) of the Year Award. NCVPS teachers and staff members nominated educators at the school and district level who have had a positive impact on their NCVPS students. Nominated ELAs employ innovative practices that can serve as a model for other schools or districts. Their practices improve the overall effectiveness of online learning and contribute to the success of students taking NCVPS courses.
Nominations included individuals working in various roles such as the e-learning advisor, lab facilitator, EC coordinator, data manager, principal, and the district e-learning coordinator. Nominees were then invited to submit a portfolio that showcases their e-learning program.
Here are the four finalists for the 2017 award:
Robin Lamb – Cedar Ridge High School, Orange County Schools
Neal Dorow – Eugene Ashley High School, New Hanover County School
Nartarshia Sharpe – Crossroads Flex, Wake County Schools
Amanda Housand – Union Academy Charter School
NCVPS will now conduct phone interviews with each finalist to conclude the award process. A winner will be announced in two to three weeks.
We would like to congratulate all thirteen candidates who were nominated for this year’s award. See the full list of nominees at this link: https://ncvps.org/archives/7814 . NCVPS could not have achieved the success that it has achieved without the fantastic ELAs at the school and district level.