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Teacher Achievement Awards - West Virginia and Wyoming

Nominate A Great Teacher
Basic Data Sheet
Letter of Recommendation

Award Recipients:

2018   2017   2016   2015
2014   2013   2012   2011
2010   2009   2008   2007
2006   2005   2004   2003

Fast Facts about the awards process:

  • Eligibility: Teachers of grades K-12, including Vocational, Special Education and Title 1, in West Virginia and Wyoming are eligible.
  • Teachers are nominated by students, peers and members of their community.
  • Teachers compete for $3,500 annual awards.
  • The nominee must be an active, full-time teacher with at least three years of experience.
  • Nominated teachers must fill out an application, and a judging committee (comprised of past winners and others from the educational community) reviews applications and selects the winners.
  • This prestigious program is the longest-running, privately sponsored teacher awards program in both Wyoming and West Virginia.

News Releases

Read all about our teacher awards programs in the general news release section of our website.

A Poem On Teaching by Alice King

Click here to read a poem about Teaching Philosophy written by Alice King, one of the 2004 Teacher Achievement Award Winners.

Please direct questions to: archteacherawards@gmail.com