GCPS Educational Foundation
Chesapeake Bank & Chesapeake Wealth Management
March 20 - April 10
REGISTER ONLINE: https://runsignup.com/gcef5k
PRINT/MAIL: Virtual 5k Mail-In Registration Form (Click Here)
Each year since 2012, the Gloucester Educational Foundation has held a 3K and 8K run/walk to raise funds for the Teacher of the Year recognition and the mini-grant program. A live event is not feasible for 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, Gloucester Educational Foundation will hold a Virtual 5K as a substitute for the live event. You can cover your 5K (3.1 miles) any time between March 20 and April 10.
General registration - $20 (includes a finisher’s medal)
Deluxe registration - $30 (includes a finisher’s medal and a custom T-shirt)
You may also donate to the cause either online or using the downloadable flyer.
· Online registration opens February 16
· Early registration is available until March 5
· Online registration will remain open until April 1
· You have until April 10 to complete your 5K and submit your time
Please submit your finish time on or before April 10 to [email protected]
As in past years, the two schools with the highest percentage of participants will receive $300 and $200, respectively. Those announcements will be made the week of April 11, 2021.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected].
Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2783568485237822
Mr. Teucke, teaches 8th grade social studies, joined the faculty of Page Middle School in 2015, having completed several years of military service and his Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Liberty University. He describes teaching as “the active ingredient in helping adolescents mature into healthy and responsible citizens.” Mr. Teucke, was also selected as the middle school Teacher of the Year for the division.
Two other finalists, Carrie Landry from Botetourt Elementary and Emily Carlson from Gloucester High School, are recognized as Teacher of the Year for their respective school levels. Ms. Landry teaches 3rd grade and remarks, “The greatest reward I have found in teaching is when students show both enjoyment and ownership in learning.” Ms. Carlson has taught World History at GHS since 2013 and expresses her philosophy in this way: “In the most basic sense teaching is about inspiring your students to want to learn.”
“Selecting our teachers for this recognition is one of the most pleasurable, but also difficult, activities we as a foundation engage in,” says Dr. Sharon Stone, chair of the foundation’s board of directors. “All nine candidates from the various schools have been chosen by their peers as examples of excellence. When it comes to the final decision, it is usually by the slimmest of margins.”
The teachers of the 2019-2020 academic year for each of Gloucester’s eight schools (including two teachers from Gloucester High School) are: Stacey Marsh, Abingdon Elementary; Carlee Hanchak, Achilles Elementary; Leonne Arsenovic, Bethel Elementary; Carrie Landry, Botetourt Elementary; Kimberly Robins, Petsworth Elementary; Brian Teucke, Page Middle; Aimee Layton, Peasley Middle; Emily Carlson and Sam Venable, Gloucester High.
Gloucester County Educational Foundation
Ms. Carol Dehoux
6099 T.C. Walker Road Gloucester, VA 23061