At last night’s Academic Awards Night, a highlight was the presentation of the PTO Teacher of the Year. This annual award is voted on by the parents and presented by the PTO near the end of the evening. This year’s recipient was one of our mathematics teacher, Robert Gadamowitz.
This is what was read about Mr. Gadamowitz:
The recipient of this year’s PTO Teacher of the Year award is a teacher who has inspired students to do their best in the classroom. The passion for learning and teaching come through loud and clear in the classroom. This teacher has been able to approach the subject matter in a way that permits students to better understand appreciate it.
Serving at times like a motivational speaker, this teacher believes that no student is beyond help. With an enthusiasm that can be contagious, this teacher helps to make believers out of students and colleagues alike! Students buy into the enthusiasm and succeed in a way that was hitherto unimaginable.
Overseeing a classroom that is a whirlwind of activity, this teacher engages students in their learning – leaving lasting memories. With a consistent and persistent message of believe, this teacher helps students thrive.
Outside of the classroom, this teacher is a wonderful model for students and colleagues alike. With ongoing efforts aimed at improving instructional practice and capabilities, this teacher will continue to grow in the profession and expand our ability to reach our students.
Honest, encouraging and passionate, this teacher connects with students and reflects all that we admire about Wheatley and its traditions. Please join us in recognizing Robert Gadamowitz as this year’s PTO Teacher of the Year.