NYS TESOL Member of the Month Archive

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  1. Eligibility – Nominee is a current NYS TESOL Member.
  2. Selection Criteria – Nominee demonstrates a commitment to the field.
  3. Rewards – In addition to 12 months of recognition on our website, each year the 12 Members of the Month will be entered into a Raffle for a complimentary registration to the NYS TESOL Annual Conference.
  4. Process – Click the link below and tell us about your nominee’s contributions to the field and/or our community of educators and students.  A NYS TESOL committee will review the entries and select the monthly winner.

Meet the NYS TESOL Member of the Month for
May 2015

Marjorie Stanton-motm may 2015


Marjorie Stanton is extremely committed to her students. She spends countless hours in and out of the classroom making sure that her students (most impoverished) are provided for educationally and in life. She does a lot of translation work for no pay, because she knows that her students' families have the right and desire to be informed.

As sometimes she is the only person who can do exactly what she does, she is often spread thin but always accomplishes things with a positive attitude and a smile. Though she is in the elementary school, Marjorie has made a lasting impression on all of her students and they continue to see her as a mentor all the way through high school. Without Marjorie in our district, many families would be at a loss. She advocates for each and every one of her students. Marjorie also knows her students' families so well that she is often in a place that some of these families feel like she is the only person they can trust and seek her out in many situations. It is because of Marjorie's insistence that one of our students is getting proper services and is now on the way to flourishing academically. Marjorie is an all-around amazing person, very humble and always willing to give advice and help out where needed.

 

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Christine Pearsall, elementary ESL teacher,  Patchogue-Medford School district, January 2015motmfeb2015Alison Stritzl Scott Freiberger