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TISD Teachers of the Year 2007

Austin Elementary School, Isabel Goitia-Paisa

Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy, Amy Warren

Birdwell Elementary School, Kimberly Parks

Bonner Elementary School, Holly Chilek

Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy, Paula Guthrie

Clarkston Elementary School, Dorothy Corbyn

Dixie Elementary School, Kim Frick

Douglas Elementary School, Amalia Chaves-Venegas

Griffin Elementary School, Martha Ramirez

Jones Elementary MST Academy and Elementary Teacher of the Year, Brenda Orbaugh

Orr Elementary School, Patricia Johnson

Owens Elementary School, Pam Gilmore

Peete Elementary School, Donna Burnley

Ramey Elementary School, LaShundra Wright

Rice Elementary School, Jana Kuehn

St. Louis Special School, Lisa Anderson

TARGET Program, Kaye Kraus

Woods Elementary School, Kelly Price

Boulter Creative Arts Magnet School, Lillian Bowens Licea

Dogan Middle School, Tambelynn Wallace

Hogg Middle School, Cheri Bogue

Hubbard Middle School, David Peacock

Moore MST Magnet School, Jerry Frazier

Stewart Middle School, Britany Childers

John Tyler High School, Betty George

Jim Plyler Instructional Complex, Freda Harder

Robert E. Lee High School and Secondary Teacher of the Year, Lana Hood

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