Third grade teacher Corrie Sullivan has been named by her colleagues as Fuller's 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year. Ms. Sullivan, who has been teaching at Fuller since 2015-2016, was nominated for consideration by a colleague with the following tribute: Ms. Sullivan exhibits on a daily basis so many qualities of a seasoned and well-rounded teacher. She consistently has a positive and active relationship with students' parents and keeps them informed of their child's progress and behavior. She works hard to build a solid relationship with her students to help them be successful and feel confident. I have seen firsthand the lengths that she will go to in seeking resources to help them overcome behavior issues and show their true potential. She is a wonderful leader and has taken on that role both in committees and as grade chair. Ms. Sullivan is willing to do whatever it takes to make parent/child events at Fuller a success even if it means taking on extra tasks herself. She is very well organized and has really helped our team to be "on top of tasks" so that we can proceed with our day in a less stressful manner. She continuously seeks to learn more about her profession/curriculum and shares that information with her teammates. Ms. Sullivan always displays a cheerful and kind demeanor with children, parents and her colleagues. She is always willing to lend a helping hand and and a smile. For these reasons and so many more, I think that she is an excellent candidate for Fuller's Teacher of the Year.
CONGRATULATIONS, MS. SULLIVAN!