Ten Lower Bucks Nominees in Teacher of the Year Contest

Voting has started for the Bucks County Teacher of the Year. The winner will receive a $1,000 grand prize from Bucks First Federal Credit Union.

Voting has officially opened to the public for Bucks First Federal Credit Union's Second Annual Bucks County Teacher of the Year Award, presented in partnership with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22.

The general public can vote for their favorites once per e-mail address. The deadline to cast your ballot is 11:59  p.m. on Feb. 7. Ten teachers in Lower Bucks County school districts are among the 40 nominees:
  • Ann Aviles, Special Education, Bristol Township School District
  • Michelle Black, Life Skills, Neshaminy/Bucks County Technical School
  • Kim Evans, Multidisability support, Bristol Township School District/Benjamin Franklin School
  • Katie Lang, Specialized Learning Support, Pennsbury/Afton Elementary
  • Randall Nesbitt, First/Second Grade, Neshaminy/Lower Southampton Elementary
  • Dennis Rodgers, Algebra 1/Calculus, Morrisville School District/Morrisville High School
  • Shannon Seratch, Language Arts/Algebra 1, Bucks County Technical High School
  • Laura Sulon, Second Grade, Neshaminy/Pearl S Buck Elementary
  • April Tadley, Life Skills, Neshaminy/Bucks County Technical High School
  • Syd White, Art/Film/Photography, Neshaminy High School
The top three nominees will be announced on Feb. 14 and enter the final selection round, where a five-member committee will review the submission materials and make their choice for the first, second and third place winners. The final results will be announced March 6 at the Bucks First Federal Credit UNion's annual meeting.

The grand prize winner will be named Bucks County Teacher of the Year and receive a $1,000 prize, plus an additional $1,000 will be given to the winning teacher’s school. The runners up will each receive a $200 Visa Gift Card.

Last year's Grand Prize winner was Harry S Truman High School's Thomas Delaney.


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