Ms. Guignon has 13 years teaching experience and has taught in DoDEA schools since 1997. In addition to her present assignment, she has had assignments in DoDEA schools as a Gifted Resource Teacher at Berkeley Manor Elementary School at Camp Lejeune, N.C. and again at Seoul American Elementary School as a Gifted Resource Teacher from 1997-2000. She is a graduate of Widener University in Chester, Pa., with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a Specialty in Gifted Education and is also a graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., with a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Psychology. She is currently working on her Doctorate from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minn.

Ms. Guignon advocates collegiality among all shareholders in the education of our students. Each shareholder has unique and wonderful contributions to make as educators, allowing teachers to be life long learners. If we all work together as a community, our children will receive the needed education to become not only successful at their own profession but also productive community members. A parent of one of her students shares, "Ms. Guignon is dedicated to the development of social as well as intellectual skills of her students. In order to facilitate relationships and friendships, Ms Guignon regularly allows her students to join her for lunch. I truly know of no other teacher who sacrifices her time with her colleagues to provide a time for social interaction and camaraderie among her students."

2008 winner, Aimee Guignon
Aimee Guignon
Gifted Resource Teacher
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