The DoDEA Teacher of the Year (TOY) Program brings recognition to great teachers, students, parents, districts, communities, DoDEA and the profession of teaching.
The DoDEA TOY Program (state) is modeled after the National Teacher of the Year Program (NTOY), sponsored by the Chief States Schools Officers (CSSO). This program provides an avenue for all state TOYs to be nationally recognized and compete for the NTOY. The NTOY and all state TOYs are presented at the White House. The DoDEA TOY travels to all NTOY activities and takes a semester long sabbatical to design and implement a project of choice.
Any stakeholder may nominate a DoDEA teacher for this award. Nominees are highly encouraged to participate in the application process.
More information about the NTOY Program can be found at http://www.ccsso.org/ntoy.html
The purpose of the DoDEA Teacher of the Year program is to recognize and promote excellence in teaching, leading, and learning.
DoDEA is proud to announce the 2020 DoDEA Teacher of the Year is Mr. Antoine Sharpe. Mr. Sharpe is 7th grade math teacher at Humphreys Middle School in South Korea.