Teachers, administrators and school board members gathered May 2 in the Farmington High School Field House for the annual Teacher of the Year Luncheon.
Following the luncheon, a presentation was held in which a teacher from each of the eight schools in the district were presented.
The District Teacher of the Year award for 2019 was presented to Farmington Middle School instructor Eric Johnson.
“Teacher of the Year” awards were presented to educators at each of the district’s eight schools. They are Heather Weiss, Truman Learning Center; Jackie Watson, Jefferson Elementary School; Mary Scott, Washington-Franklin School; Rhonda Klug, Roosevelt Elementary School; Cathy O’Sullivan, Lincoln Intermediate School; Eric Johnson, Farmington Middle School; Ryan Wadlow, Farmington High School; and Larry Peterson, W.L. Johns School.
Farmington R-7 School District Teacher of the Year is presented to Eric Johnson by Missy Tischer, president of the Farmington School District Community Teacher Association.
Principal Kim Johnson recognizes Heather Weiss as Teacher of the Year for Truman Learning Center.
Principal Mark Phillips recognizes Jackie Watson as Teacher of the Year for Jefferson Elementary.
Principal Dr. Lori Lamb recognizes Mary Scott as Teacher of the Year for Washington-Franklin School.
Director of Elementary Education Shana Turner recognizes Rhonda Klug as Teacher of the Year at Roosevelt Elementary School.
Principal Matt Boyer recognizes Cathy O’Sullivan as Teacher of the Year for Lincoln Intermediate School.
Principal Dustin Jenkerson recognizes Eric Johnson as Teacher of the Year at Farmington Middle School.
Principal Dr. Jamie LaMonds recognizes Ryan Wadlow as Teacher of the Year for Farmington High School.
Dr. Mike Rickermann, Director of Student Options and Alternative Programs, recognizes Larry Peterson as Teacher of the Year for W.L. Johns School.
Mark Marberry is a reporter for the Farmington Press and Daily Journal. He can be reached at 573-518-3629, or at email@example.com.