Congratulations to LaQuisha Hall, City Schools' 2018 Teacher of the Year!
Each year, City Schools celebrates its great teachers with the Teacher of the Year award. Through a competitive process that includes applications, essays, and recommendations followed by interviews and classroom observations of the finalists, the candidate pool is narrowed until one teacher is surprised by district leaders in the classroom with the announcement of the winner.
Degrees and Certifications:
Carver Vocational-Technical High School
Mrs. Hall has taught English language arts at Carver since 2015. She has also taught at Rosemont Elementary/Middle School, Forest Park High School, Booker T. Washington Middle School, and other schools in the district. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Elizabeth City State University, a master’s degree in secondary education from Morgan State University, and a creative writing certificate from Winghill Writing School.
In addition to her classroom success, Mrs. Hall founded the Queendom T.E.A. (The Etiquette Academy) mentor program for young women in 2005 to develop etiquette skills, life plans, and confidence in young women through after-school workshops, conferences, and special ceremonies.
For more information, please read the April 25, 2018 press release.
News! Mrs. Hall has been named a finalist for state teacher of the year! Read the August 31 press release from the Maryland State Department of Education.